|What cpu are you putting in there cause i'm looking at your specs above is that your pc specs?|
You just can't put any processor on a motherboard regardless if it's socket compatible. There are two factors you have to understand.
The motherboard has to support the wattage of that processor, or else it's not going to work. If your motherboard supports say up to 95w and you throw in a 125w processor it's not going to work.
Another factor is the bios has to be micro-coded to read that processor. Even if your processor supports the wattage for that motherboard if it's not able to read it then you are going to either have that processor run very slow or not even work at all. A bios update normally will fix this problem on a 3rd party motherboard, but many namebrand pc's don't update their micro-code after an x amount of time or at all after that pc model is released.
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