Edit: CPU is idling at 95 degrees C, how do I go about lowering the temperature, I have the basic fan that comes with the CPU.
Not sure why it won't let me post a picture of it but here's the link to my specs on a different post.What is your system spec?
I haven't gone into the BIOS yet, but I dedusted my PC, and re-sat the GPU, and now my monitors work, but when I boot into Windows, it takes a really long time (minutes, and I have Windows on an SSD) but when I get into Windows it tries to load the UI, but my computer freezes then just shuts down, have an idea what could be the problem?Make sure your HDMI cable is in the GPU and Monitor properly. Check to make sure your GPU is installed properly as it may have loosed or moved.Also check your memory is installed ok...
Then, have you tried clearing your CMOS to reset the BIOS? Once you have done that and if you can get into the BIOS go to the GPU output section and make sure your main GPU is set as the primary GPU.
If you cannot get into the BIOS, change your GPU connection to your on board GPU and try again.
Yup, you're right, the push tabs aren't secure, I used a different heatsink and the same problem happened with that one, the push pin just falls out, could something be broken on the motherboard?One would have to assume the heat sink/fan is either not touching the CPU at all (not locked down with push tabs?), or, fan not turning at all, or, voltage MUCH too high..or both.
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