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While you were cleaning the parts, did you reset BIOS?
If the Asus has indicator lights to tell what the problem is, you can look it up the manual. Or use a PC speaker connected to the board to get the beeps that might tell you the type of error you're having.
If all trails lead to RAM problem, I'd get a 2x4GB kit, RMA the OCZ sticks (while they still accept them; OCZ is leaving the RAM market), and sell the replacement kit or assign as backup (after testing them of course).
i did reset the BIOS i think, its the small battery thing right? the one that looks like watch batteries but are a bit bigger? if so yeah i did that already. I dont get any sound what so ever with my speakers, no sound as if its loading up, no error codes or anything.

Unlikely i will have the time to RMA it, the RMA runs out on 14th March and i am VERY busy with trying to find a place to live, job interviews and everything. I might some cheap RAM just to make sure that it was the ram that was the cause and if everything is okay then wait til i have moved into a new place and then just buy some RAM
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Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Samsung SpinPoint F3 1TB (x1) Seagate 4TB(x1) Samsung SH-S223C/BEBE Corsair H80 Push-Pull Windows 7 
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Dell SP2309w Cheap Super Flower 750w Corsair Air 540 White 
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Razor Naga 2012 Edition None 
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