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Thanks for the answer. I decided to take out the CPU once again and do some visual inspection.
What I was noticing has been that one pin on the upper left side of the socket is slightly bent.
Also, if i take a look at the CPU under (very) bright light, some pins on the side of the bent pin are darker than the other ones.
The funny thing is that i did not notice any of this before, though I did inspect it as precise before.
I did also switch memory, so this can not be the Problem.
How shall I proceed?
Side Note: Please answer me as soon as possible, the Client who ordered this pc is getting really angry. Both the Board and the Processor cost around 600€ altogether, and he doesn't understand why such expensice Components dont work together from scrarch.