Ignore, i solved this myself. Come to find out setting those jumpers does not fully reset the BIOS (or at least it did not in my case). I had to remove the entire motherboard of the NUC, flip it over and after some looking around i found the battery which was connected to the motherboard by two small wires, i unplugged those (with the NUC unplugged) and waited about 30 seconds, then plugged them back in and booted the NUC back up and the CMOS was cleared and it booted successfully. So if anyone else is having no boot/video issues you might want to try removing the battery cable from the backside of the motherboard to fully reset the CMOS.
It is good to hear you solve it and thank you for sharing the information with us.