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help me please

hey guys i need help with my computer. i recently built it and was working pretty good. it got a little hot on the cpu side so i bought a better cpu cooler so i installed it and wouldnt turn on and i wired everything correct and so i let it sit for a while and it started up fine then i moved the computer and plugged it back in and wouldnt turn on for a while and i was playing and it just turned off 10 minutes ago what do you think is wrong with my computer?

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It is likely that there is a defect in the processor

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I would appeal to the seller with pritenzy, or service to the computer tested on another system unit

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Sounds Like Overheating, But....

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...you've told us little about the exact parts you've got and exactly how you put it together. Did you use good thermal paste between the heatsink and the processor? If your statement about "it got a little hot on the cpu side" is true, maybe it or the motherboard are permanently damaged? Will it continue to restart after sitting a while? If so, it's probably a heat issue.

What size and type power supply do you have? How do we know you "wired everything correctly" until you tell us all aspects of what you did? Is the graphics card supplied with the correct wiring, if needed? Does it require a power supply wire or does it power itself from the PCIe slot?

More information needed please.

Hope this helps.

Grif

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