I just got a complete build from newegg and set the entire thing up and for some reason, the CPU is overheating and not letting me do anything. I've checked the BIOS and the fans are at max setting but still it's not cooling down. A thermal paste was already on the heatsink when I applied it to the CPU.
At first, I didn't place the heatsink properly and it was a little wobbly but after I fastened it where the heatsink was stiff and firmly in place, the temp still rose in the BIOS.
Anyone know what's going on or can provide me with some tips on how to fix this? The "Power Fan" in the BIOS is also not showing up to be working but the Power Supply has a fan, the case has a fan and so does the CPU, but only 2 are listed.
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