Ok, thought so. Is there such thing as a faulty PSU? It runs everything on the computer fine, but I'm having trouble getting the graphics card to play nice. If it's powering up the computer at all that should mean its fine right?
Well the computer was working fine until I put the graphics card in. I switched it to an older computer and the card worked great in there. Tried all 3 PCI slots and that didn't fix it.
Basically any time Windows tries to do something and I have the GPU enabled, it just freezes and restarts at the "Starting Windows", don't even get a BSOD.
I've tried a bunch of fixes, for some reason reinstalling Windows let me get like 10 seconds further than before, I thought it might have been because the HDD had a big chunk of unallocated space, but that didn't seem to be it.
Now I'm thinking it might be because my PSU only has 6+2 PCI pins instead of just a straight 6. Maybe it's not getting enough power?