PC will not Power Up.

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chicopet18

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I just installed a new P4M800PRO-M mother board to a new ATX tower and put in a new 350 PSU with all new components i.e memory 512 ram 160 HD , cd and it will not power up. The CPU Fan turns a little bit but is stops wwhen I turn on the power on Tower and the light turns on indicating there is power but PSU will not turn on. What is your suggesting, what should I do next?
 
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more power try a 450 watt power supply.. not sure how many fans you have running or how many watts your Motherboard needs but that sounds like the problem from first glance
 
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Sounds more like heat synch fan is not properly set in the board and a side is loose.
 
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What processor are you using, and are you using the standard Intel processor cooler?
 

chicopet18

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I'm using a 775 Socket used. The fan will turn but just a little and it will stop but the PSU will not turn on.
 
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It used to happen to me once. I had renewed the case and it works. Why don't you uninstall all the hardware, put it on top of some hard board paper, the assembly it again and try. If it still not works, check how you configure you DRAM timing and all those things.
 
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