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Is it a cmos switch or battery?
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Maybe your cpu cooler got loose, did you make sure that its seated properly? I would take it off reseat and reapply paste.
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Maybe your cpu cooler got loose, did you make sure that its seated properly? I would take it off reseat and reapply paste.

If the CPU heat sink is really hot, that actually indicates that the contact with the CPU is pretty good -- heat is being removed from the CPU and transferred to the heat sink.

My guess is bad RAM or PSU issues. Disconnect every device except the motherboard connections, all external USB devices, etc., and go down to one single memory module, and see if it boots.

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I see, then maybe bad ram is the cause. OP mentioned that he checked the psu in a different computer and it works.
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Is it a cmos switch or battery?

Switch ^^
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Maybe your cpu cooler got loose, did you make sure that its seated properly? I would take it off reseat and reapply paste.

Yea it's seated properly
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If the CPU heat sink is really hot, that actually indicates that the contact with the CPU is pretty good -- heat is being removed from the CPU and transferred to the heat sink.

My guess is bad RAM or PSU issues. Disconnect every device except the motherboard connections, all external USB devices, etc., and go down to one single memory module, and see if it boots.

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I see, then maybe bad ram is the cause. OP mentioned that he checked the psu in a different computer and it works.

Maybe ram issue because sometime ago I had some problems with rams but they became fine
post #16 of 17
I remember when I got a combo deal of mobo and cpu from some guy off CL and when I built my computer it wouldn't turn on, turns out there was no cpu in there >.< (I should've checked; lesson learned) But after I got my cpu I still had issues, and I thought it was my RAM so I traded off my ram with someone for some PNY's (I had Corsair V's) but still same thing no luck then I just tried to seating the ram on the Black slots instead of the Blue ones (Had some asus mobo) even though the manual stated to seat in the blue ones first, then viola it worked, so what was actually wrong was the ram sockets so yea maybe that is what was wrong, and BTW I bought my old RAM back from the guy I traded it to >.>....

TLDR: Check your ram sockets
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I remember when I got a combo deal of mobo and cpu from some guy off CL and when I built my computer it wouldn't turn on, turns out there was no cpu in there >.< (I should've checked; lesson learned) But after I got my cpu I still had issues, and I thought it was my RAM so I traded off my ram with someone for some PNY's (I had Corsair V's) but still same thing no luck then I just tried to seating the ram on the Black slots instead of the Blue ones (Had some asus mobo) even though the manual stated to seat in the blue ones first, then viola it worked, so what was actually wrong was the ram sockets so yea maybe that is what was wrong, and BTW I bought my old RAM back from the guy I traded it to >.>....

TLDR: Check your ram sockets

Sorry for late response, had irl things to do.

I sent my desktop to an informatic shop where I bought the hardware and the heat issue came from the motherboard. The motherboard has a problem and now i'm waiting for a new one
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