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    I agree with the PSU, I had this problem a few years back, I swapped out my PSU and it fixed the problem.
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    It can be the PSU indeed or it could be that the board is shorting somewhere. Make sure the backside of the board is not "touching" the backplate anywhere.

    Just because you see leds lighting up it does not mean the PSU is ok.
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    i hope you are not forgetting the cpu power connector .

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    CPU is toast and it happens. RMA the CPU and enjoy your new system.
    To help us help you - please provide as much information about your system and the problem as possible.

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