Actually, not too difficult - I've seen it many times sadly. If one or two of the screws gets unscrewed and the board can move around, it'll flex and bend in whatever orientation that it can during transit. But the original advice holds true, always disassemble a PC and pack the components individually (even if you ship them all in the same box - i.e. take apart, wrap, and place in a peanut/bubble wrap filled box and then seal that and ship that) so that this doesn't happen.
Originally Posted by sina13
Edit: I just realized that the socket for the motherboard type for the 2500k is 1155 which means its only dual channel mobos. I used to have triple channel shld i go with a cpu (like the i7 950) and mobo that supports tripple channel?
Triple channel was a gimmick, and a selling point by Intel. Their new 1155 CPUs don't need the bandwidth that triple channel RAM afforded them, the i7 2600 (and even the i5's) for example can outperform the i7 920 easily with a "mere" dual channel setup. The extra channel isn't necessary.