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  1. I was looking to ship my old cpu and motherboard. Would it be safe to put the cpu in the socket and lock it down and not have it come out? I don't have anything to protect the pins during shipment.
  2. Yesterday I decided to build my PC, just to get the feel of building one. I figured I mind as well start a budget build for experience, and an overall decent computer. After building it and turning it on, I was greeted with five fast beeps. I realized there was a problem, so I checked what those must have meant. After, searching, I realized it meant there was a Cpu error, I don't know how to fix this issue. I have already reseated the cpu, checked to see if its pins were bent, but now I am out of ideas. Not sure if it matters,but I am using a A-10 6800K processor from AMD and a FM2-A55M-E33 from MSI. Please help, I am lost on this one...
  3. So I've been getting quotes on getting my motherboard replaced. $1,777 That includes buying three pairs of 4GB memory... Buying a hexa-core CPU that's fast (but not too fast) ... And finally, buying a compatible motherboard to handle this much juice... By the way, the estimate does not cover the cost of buying another copy of Windows 7 or another PSU for supplying power to the motherboard. I just hope for my sake that there's a CPU that offers best performance without costing arms and legs in the process.
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