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Bend Pin

Go to solution Solved by dj_ripcord,

No not really. As long as it's not touching any other pins. That seems to be your front panel header. As long as you didn't break any pins, I can hardly imagine there would be a problem. As long as your front panel connections still fit, I am sure it will be fine.

Hi all.
Does it cause any problem on the board itself to bend and unbend the pin indicated in the image?

I just gently put it on the place again.

I don't have nothing to connect and check but the pin don't have any mark or something that shows any damage on it.

 

 

bend pin.jpg

 

Thank you

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No not really. As long as it's not touching any other pins. That seems to be your front panel header. As long as you didn't break any pins, I can hardly imagine there would be a problem. As long as your front panel connections still fit, I am sure it will be fine.

"Although there's a problem on the horizon; there's no horizon." - K-2SO

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what model is that it will help to know so we can see the manual

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1 minute ago, Juliasmatius said:

what model is that it will help to know so we can see the manual

Strix B450-F Gaming II. Says right on the board.

"Although there's a problem on the horizon; there's no horizon." - K-2SO

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2 minutes ago, Juliasmatius said:

what model is that it will help to know so we can see the manual

It's on the pic 🙂

Asus Strix B450-F Gaming

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3 minutes ago, dj_ripcord said:

No not really. As long as it's not touching any other pins.

Thank you.

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2 minutes ago, MangaTech said:

Thank you.

No problem. If you believe I solved your issue. Please mark my above comment as a solution 😀

"Although there's a problem on the horizon; there's no horizon." - K-2SO

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1 minute ago, MangaTech said:

It's on the pic 🙂

Asus Strix B450-F Gaming

i know vut didnt know the model

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Several of those pins don't even get used normally.

 

As long as the power button pins are in-tact, you're good enough to use it.  (LEDs and stuff are nice to have, but if that doesn't work, it doesn't break the system or anything.)

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Just now, Juliasmatius said:

i know vut didnt know the model

That is literally the model printed on the board just above the socket.

B-450F Gaming II

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2 minutes ago, tkitch said:

That is literally the model printed on the board just above the socket.

B-450F Gaming II

🤦‍♂️

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1 minute ago, Juliasmatius said:

wow it supports dvd drives

uhhhh anything with SATA supports DVD drives?  

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1 minute ago, tkitch said:

uhhhh anything with SATA supports DVD drives?  

why did the manual spesificly say supports dvd? also it has a internal serial port

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OP the pins are for a chassi intrusion switch sonthey arent used 

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1 minute ago, Juliasmatius said:

why did the manual spesificly say supports dvd? also it has a internal serial port

because weird things can be selling points to the right people.

 

And Serial is *still* in use in some places.  

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5 minutes ago, tkitch said:

because weird things can be selling points to the right people.

 

And Serial is *still* in use in some places.  

like ps/2 witch this mobo has and chassi intrusion switches and pc speakerd

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1 minute ago, Juliasmatius said:

like ps/2 witch this mobo has

and exactly what point are you trying to get across here?  or just being pedantic for the sake of being pedantic?  

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Just now, tkitch said:

and exactly what point are you trying to get across here?  or just being pedantic for the sake of being pedantic?  

its just wierd to have this stuff

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1 hour ago, tkitch said:

because weird things can be selling points to the right people.

 

And Serial is *still* in use in some places.  

The real reason is you must bear in mind these are also being sold in places that newer things like UBS mice and so on may not be readily available, either due to it simply being scarce or it's more of a limited budget concern for those guys.
The US/Canadian markets can only determine their own standards, these not being applicable anywhere else.

And I do like PS2 ports; Lets you do things you cannot with USB-only periphials, plus it lets you still use them if you already have those to use.
Got them in my Maximus IX Apex and they work just fine - I'm posting with them right now.

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