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My new build keeps turning off

I have just finished my new build it is also my first.

MOBO-AOURUS GAMING K7 X370
CPU-RYZEN 7 1700X
GPU-RX 580 XFX GTR-S BLACK EDITION 8GB
PSU-CORSAIR RM-850X GOLD
RAM-G.SKILL TRIDENT Z RGB 3200 MHz CL16
STORAGE-1XSSHD:SEAGATE FIRECUDA 3.5" 1TB
CASE-CORSAIR CRYSTAL SERIES 570X

As far as I am aware of everything is plugged in fine but when booting I'm lucky if I get to the installing Windows(Off a USB Flash Drive) before it turns off, I currently don't have a CPU cooler and one of my friends said that's why it turns off but I don't see why, can someone please explain. FYI I know I need to get a CPU cooler ASAP it's just I really want to get this thing running now!
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  1. Without cooler you just cooking your CPU. It will not run without one. If you keep trying, the next thing you will have to buy will be new CPU, as this one will fry.
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  2. Without a cpu cooler the cpu is overheating and shutting down. You are also reducing the cpus potential lifespan. You may also now have problems with chronic overheating if the cpu has been heat warped.
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  3. DRagor said:
    Without cooler you just cooking your CPU. It will not run without one. If you keep trying, the next thing you will have to buy will be new CPU, as this one will fry.


    Ok I won't boot it again
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    brandonbsmith02 said:
    I have just finished my new build it is also my first.

    MOBO-AOURUS GAMING K7 X370
    CPU-RYZEN 7 1700X
    GPU-RX 580 XFX GTR-S BLACK EDITION 8GB
    PSU-CORSAIR RM-850X GOLD
    RAM-G.SKILL TRIDENT Z RGB 3200 MHz CL16
    STORAGE-1XSSHD:SEAGATE FIRECUDA 3.5" 1TB
    CASE-CORSAIR CRYSTAL SERIES 570X

    As far as I am aware of everything is plugged in fine but when booting I'm lucky if I get to the installing Windows(Off a USB Flash Drive) before it turns off, I currently don't have a CPU cooler and one of my friends said that's why it turns off but I don't see why, can someone please explain. FYI I know I need to get a CPU cooler ASAP it's just I really want to get this thing running now!


    With no CPU cooler you have a very expensive frying pan. You will be lucky if you have not permanently damaged your shiny new CPU. A very stupid mistake and with the amount of money you spent you should have taken more care...

    Suggest purchasing a cheap aftermarket cooler. CM hyper TX3 evo's are fairly cheap and do a good job for the price. I hope for your sake it is not damaged. Ensure you take more care in the future.
    Reply to shanetemple14
  5. bignastyid said:
    Without a cpu cooler the cpu is overheating and shutting down. You are also reducing the cpus potential lifespan. You may also now have problems with chronic overheating if the cpu has been heat warped.


    I only booted the pc 4-5 times with the pc being on anywhere between 10-60 seconds so hopefully there is no damage
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  6. shanetemple14 said:
    brandonbsmith02 said:
    I have just finished my new build it is also my first.

    MOBO-AOURUS GAMING K7 X370
    CPU-RYZEN 7 1700X
    GPU-RX 580 XFX GTR-S BLACK EDITION 8GB
    PSU-CORSAIR RM-850X GOLD
    RAM-G.SKILL TRIDENT Z RGB 3200 MHz CL16
    STORAGE-1XSSHD:SEAGATE FIRECUDA 3.5" 1TB
    CASE-CORSAIR CRYSTAL SERIES 570X

    As far as I am aware of everything is plugged in fine but when booting I'm lucky if I get to the installing Windows(Off a USB Flash Drive) before it turns off, I currently don't have a CPU cooler and one of my friends said that's why it turns off but I don't see why, can someone please explain. FYI I know I need to get a CPU cooler ASAP it's just I really want to get this thing running now!


    With no CPU cooler you have a very expensive frying pan. You will be lucky if you have not permanently damaged your shiny new CPU. A very stupid mistake and with the amount of money you spent you should have taken more care...


    I have realised, I have only booted a few times so hopefully no damage
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  7. brandonbsmith02 said:
    bignastyid said:
    Without a cpu cooler the cpu is overheating and shutting down. You are also reducing the cpus potential lifespan. You may also now have problems with chronic overheating if the cpu has been heat warped.


    I only booted the pc 4-5 times with the pc being on anywhere between 10-60 seconds so hopefully there is no damage


    It's 50/50 to be honest 60 seconds is a very long time with no cooler and you would be suprised at how quickly a CPU can reach more than 100 degrees c
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  8. shanetemple14 said:
    brandonbsmith02 said:
    bignastyid said:
    Without a cpu cooler the cpu is overheating and shutting down. You are also reducing the cpus potential lifespan. You may also now have problems with chronic overheating if the cpu has been heat warped.


    I only booted the pc 4-5 times with the pc being on anywhere between 10-60 seconds so hopefully there is no damage


    It's 50/50 to be honest 60 seconds is a very long time with no cooler and you would be suprised at how quickly a CPU can reach more than 100 degrees c


    Yea I bet I'm just gonna buy a a not too expensive liquid cooler until I can afford to buy the liquid cooler I actually I want
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  9. brandonbsmith02 said:
    shanetemple14 said:
    brandonbsmith02 said:
    bignastyid said:
    Without a cpu cooler the cpu is overheating and shutting down. You are also reducing the cpus potential lifespan. You may also now have problems with chronic overheating if the cpu has been heat warped.


    I only booted the pc 4-5 times with the pc being on anywhere between 10-60 seconds so hopefully there is no damage


    It's 50/50 to be honest 60 seconds is a very long time with no cooler and you would be suprised at how quickly a CPU can reach more than 100 degrees c


    Yea I bet I'm just gonna buy a a not too expensive liquid cooler until I can afford to buy the liquid cooler I actually I want



    Honestly there wouldnt be much sense in buying a cheap liquid cooler and then upgrading after.

    http://www.coolermaster.com/cooling/cpu-air-cooler/hyper-tx3-evo/
    http://www.coolermaster.com/cooling/cpu-air-cooler/hyper-212-evo/

    ^above are two very cheap and effective air coolers. The 212 evo is the most popular air cooler by miles.
    Reply to shanetemple14
  10. The 212 was a popular cooler but today there are better alternatives in it's price range. I'd get a Be quiet pure rock or Cryorig H7 over a 212. There is also the Cryorig M9a which isn't quite as good as the 3 above but it only costs $20 and will work for your purpose.
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