New Computer Build starts then shuts off after a few seconds. Tried a lot!

I just built a new computer and it turns on then shuts off. I've tried what every else has said but it hasn't worked. Tried it without gpu, without ram, and everything is plugged in well. I have a Intel i7 6700k, EVGA Geforce GTX 960 4GB, GA 170X Gaming 5, 16GB ram, Corsair CX750 Power Supply, WD 1Tb blue and a regular ASUS Optical Drive. That's everything I have in my computer but I can't figure out why it turns on when I hit the button then 10 seconds later turns off. No post on the monitor so I dunno. Please Help!
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  1. In your post you seem to either have missed saying you have a cpu cooler or you don't have one. One thing is do you have the mother board speaker? If there's an issue there's beep codes to identify the problem. Another thing start with just leaving the ram out and everything else plugged into the pc.
  2. hiyabusared said:
    In your post you seem to either have missed saying you have a cpu cooler or you don't have one. One thing is do you have the mother board speaker? If there's an issue there's beep codes to identify the problem. Another thing start with just leaving the ram out and everything else plugged into the pc.


    Sorry, yes I have a cpu cooler. Cooler Master Hyper Evo 212. Tried it with everything but no RAM still did the same thing. I don't have a speaker connected. Can I plugin headphones and see?
  3. No its a tiny speaker that you plug on to the motherboard itself. Next step take off the cpu cooler and make sure the cpu was seated correctly. Also do you by chance have another power supply you could use to see if the psu is an issue?
  4. hiyabusared said:
    No its a tiny speaker that you plug on to the motherboard itself. Next step take off the cpu cooler and make sure the cpu was seated correctly. Also do you by chance have another power supply you could use to see if the psu is an issue?


    Cpu is secured in there. I don't have another psu to test. I bought everything brand new, just got it all on sunday, very safe with it all and used a anti static wristband. I don't have a tiny speaker on the motherboard.
  5. Try flashing the latest BIOS
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