Would likely cost you over half the price of a new motherboard. Magnifying glass, jewelers screwdriver + high res pictures of what the socket is supposed to look like will be your best bet with only 5 or so pins bent.
You could also try taking the motherboard to a jewelry shop and see if they'll fix it for you for a nominal fee, seeing as it's not a really complicated job but something that takes precision & patience. (Bring them high resolution pictures of what it's supposed to look like.)
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I've used a very small flathead screwdriver to go between the pins. I've also heard of people using a mechanical pencil tip to straighten them. However, if you've already been bending them around they may be weakened.
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I was taking the CPU out to clean off the old TIM and dropped back on to the pins.. When I put the CPU back in my computer wouldn't post and just stays red on CPU light. So I took the CPU out to noticed some looked out of place so I been trying to bend back in to place all day.
I just spent £900 on GTX 690 and the mrs will kill me if I spend any more money on the computer 😞