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I think I warped my motherboard. I noticed this after I built it so today I decided to remount the mobo and cooler, I thought this would fix the warp but it did nothing. The warp is still there, the pc works absolutely perfect. I think it's warped because my cooler which weighs about 760 grams uses the normal am4 cpu backplate. Should I be worried about this warped motherboard?

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motherboards are flexible, if the system has no issues then don't trouble yourself over it.

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I've had a NH-D14(probably heavier than NH-D15) mounted to my GA-X58A-UD5 for 10 years, it's been in the car numerous times and gets carried up and down stairs like every 3 months at least to get dusted out. I also always handle the motherboard by the cooler whenever it comes out of the case, ect.

 

Many boards have a little warp to them, some cases don't exactly have a perfectly flat mounting surface either. I've had to adjust standoffs just to get things to mount before.

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57 minutes ago, Slayer3032 said:

I've had a NH-D14(probably heavier than NH-D15) mounted to my GA-X58A-UD5 for 10 years

Hey, I have the same combo, also 10 years old, still gets some occasional use :D

 

Also have a D14 on my 5960X that was shipped with it mounted.

And I have a mini ITX board that was already a banana out of the box, and it runs just fine.

 

Nothing to worry about. 

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I’ve had boards come out of the box warped. Not the kind if by myself but these were cheap and for work pc’s. 
But worked all the same. 

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