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If you're starting up from a cold boot and it powers off, then it's definitely not overhating since I would't happen that fast.

It could be that your OC is still unstable. Have you tried using only one individual stick? Try running "memtest86+" which is a bootable memory tester.

Also, your PSU could be shot? Try reducing the load and unplugging any extra harddrives/optical drives/fans/lights/etc.

For thermal paste, you just need a little dot, or line, or X on the cpu. It should not ooze out the sides.
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I haven't gotten into the bios or anything to overclock or even install windows.

the only thing i can think of is i didnt seat the cpu properly but i know i aligned the notches in the motherboard and cpu so it doesnt make sense.. which im going to do after work as well as re do the thermal paste.

so basically without the cpu plug in my motherboard the board turns on as well as the gpu and psu and everything else other then my cpu, plug in my cpu power and the computer turns on for a second, shuts off and loops.
Edited by JAM3S121 - 2/9/11 at 11:37am
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