I could finally mount both spring screws on the cooler with some help :yay:. Then I mounted everything in its place.
Buuut again just the well known outcome (both with w10 and with Linux too)
However on one occasion the ez debug's Cpu led lit up....
And the fact that the cpu's integrated...
I will try remounting the whole cooler from the very beginning, maybe even starting with a cpu remounting.
I might try buying a 3 $ intel stock cooler and mounting so I can mount the board in its place.
I'll also try just turning things on entering the bios and leaving it there and wait (with...
An instant temperature lock would mean that the cpu reaches a temperature so high that it turns itself off to protect the pc. But as I already said the cpu's highest temp was about 45°C.
Or do you mean that because one of the spring screws is not fastened the mobo or sg in the pc detects this...
"The errors seem to be related to an attempt to import UEFI keys for Secure Boot.
I do not have Secure Boot enabled in my BIOS but do only boot in UEFI.
I have a SuperMicro board with American Megatrends BIOS Version 2.2
I was able to stop the errors simply by changing a setting in the BIOS from...
Memory is installed well.
Memory was on auto. Changed it to DDR4-2133 (16x100.00x1,33). There are no other 2133mhz options.
I couldn't find any settings for changing timing. The only thing I could find was Memory try it! but there I can only OC the ram to e.g. DDR4-3000 CL14 DDR4-3200 CL14 etc...
CPU's highest temp was 45 °C
System's highest temp was like 40 °C
Tried Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS with Rufus3.6p on my SanDisk Extreme Go USB 3.1 64GB /SDCZ800-064G-G46 pendrive.
Made 'MBR with UEFI or BIOS' settings in rufus as well as a 'GPT with UEFI(not CSM)'. In both cases, I tried UEFI and...
I just built a brand new pc.
corsair 3000mhz cl15 2x8gb
msi gtx 1080 gaming 8g x
FD design define s
MSI MPG Z390 Gaming pro carbon ac
2x FD included fans, 1x noctua nf a14 fan
noctua nh d15 2xnfa15 fans
seasonic prime ultra titanium 750w
wd black 2tb, some old samsung 1,5tb
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