Hello, I just bought a new Mainboard and CPU on Monday.
My new CPU: https://www.alternate.de/Intel%28R%29/Core%28TM%29-i7-6700-Prozessor/html/product/1210185?event=sear... Intel® Core™ i7-6700, Prozessor FC-LGA4, Skylake
My new Mainboard: https://www.alternate.de/MSI/H170-GAMING-M3-Mainboard/html/product/1221854?event=search MSI H170 GAMING M3, Mainboard
During the installation of my new processor I accidently bent one of the pins on the left-bottom corner of the CPU socket(LGA 1151) on my mainboard.
I tryed to push back the pin into it's original position with a needle. However I couldnt manage to get it a 100% into the previous position. The pin still was moved about 0,3-0,5 millimeters into a different direction like the others in the same row.
Nevertheless I placed the CPU on the socket and assembled the rest of my system. Everything seems to work fine and I also tryed out some CPU-Benchmarks like "Prime95".
On the internet I read that a bent mainboard pin could lead to a short-circuit. Should I replace my mainboard for a new one or would my CPU already be dead by now if something would be terribly wrong? Is there any risk that my hardware could be damaged in long-term use?
Sorry for my english, it's not my native language