Built myself a new PC,was working flawless untill i tried changing the CPU cooler PC turns on and shuts down after 10 Secounds

So a few weeks ago i bought myself parts to build a new PC,i build it and everything was working flawless untill i thought should upgrade the cooler.


I bought a new CPU cooler (Coolermaster hyper EVO 212) i removed the old cpu put the new one and i tried to boot up the pc.


When i booted it it just turned on for 10 secounds and then automatically shut if self off,and it repets doing this forever.


So i got the old CPU cooler back in and it does the same. I tried changing the RAM slots, but it didn't work.


PC SPECKS:
CPU:i7 6700k
GPU:SAPPHIRE RX 480 NITRO+ OC 8Gb
RAM:RIPJAWS 3000Mhz
MBO: Gigabyte H110M-S2H-CF
PSU:D eepCool DN500 new version


Also i see nothing on the screen.


So please guys help me out! :)
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  1. Already seen the post like 10 times...


    Althought i took the cpu out and than i put it back in could that cause some kind of a probleam?
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  2. ye, that list say what could go wrong, but if u went through it most likely something is damaged.
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  3. I thik that the cpu thinks that it is over heating because everything turns on cpu cooler starts up but it just cools slowly,should i try reseting the BIOS by removing the battery on the motherboard?
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  4. invest in one of these:http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/best-cpu-coolers,4181-2.html

    and dont forget the thermal paste, and yes you can go into bios and change fan speed.
    Reply to TechUnited
  5. No man what i was thinking was to reset it by removing the battery on the motherbord because i don't get any kind of signal.

    I don't know what happend everything was working flawlessly before....
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  6. Authonious said:
    I thik that the cpu thinks that it is over heating because everything turns on cpu cooler starts up but it just cools slowly,should i try reseting the BIOS by removing the battery on the motherboard?


    Does say how to reset Bios in that post
    But removing battery will reset Bios too.
    If your cooler is secure and there is any amount thermal paste between then it wont overheat this fast.
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