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  1. So, I just bought an i5 3470, I installed it correctly ( see picture ). But after I boot up my pc, my gpu ( GTX 1050) isn't detectable but my CPU was detected ( I checked with CPU-Z), the screen resolution was set to 800 x 600 even though it was 1920 x 1080 before replacement and the pc was very laggy. I restarted my pc and the boot up screen sayed " CPU Overheating Error" and it just crashed my pc. I already installed a CPU cooler but didn't put thermal paste, maybe that's the problem? Specs before replacement: i3 2100 GTX 1050 8 GB RAM P8H61-M LX3 PLUS R2.0 v0609 BIOS
  2. So, I'm buying a new i5 3470 which is compatible with a LGA 1155 socket. My motherboard is P8H61-M LX3 PLUS R2.0 and my BIOS version is 0609. Is the i5 3470 compatible with my motherboard or do I have to update my BIOS? (I've checked and the motherboard I'm using is compatible with the i5 3470T, I'm just confused is tge normal i5 3470 compatible or not)
  3. First of all, thank you to all the people that has commented on this post. I've checked the BIOS version my motherboard hss is 0609, is it compatible with the i5 3470 or do I still need to update it? And 1 more thing, what program do I need to use to run the BIOS installer? I don't think my pc has it because when I downloaded the file and extracted it, it just says it's a ROM file and I can't open it? (Sorry, I'm still new with this pc upgrade thing)
  4. So, I'm going to buy an Intel i5 3470 to replace my i3 2100. My motherboard is an Asus P8H61-M LX3 PLUS R2.0. I was wondering if it's compatible with my motherboard or even my BIOS (I haven't updated it from like 2012)? If not, can someone tell me a compatible cpu with the similiar performance of an i5 3470?