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New build pc stopped working.

Here are the specs 

Ryzen 5800x 

ev3a 3060

Asrock x570 steel legend 

crucial ballistix 32 gig 3200gH DDR4

and corsair rm 750W PSU

 

 

The problem 

 

This is my first build pc, id saved allot of money on it and was hyped when all the parts arrived, so I built it and it posted to bios. This was this morning. I come home after school tonight and it wont post, same setup and nothings been moved or touched. the power button works to turn everything on but it wont turn the machine off. On the motherboard its showing up that there is a CPU and dram issue. once again nothing has changed.

 

Clarification,

Entered BIOS this morning, came home from school and it wouldnt

 

Troubleshooting steps taken:

Tried reseating the ram to no effect.

 

Is it worth just taking it to a repair shop or can I fix it myself.

 

All support is really appreciated, I had no idea how out of depth I was going to be. 

 

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Try reseating RAM. You should hear a loud click for every stick. 

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do you enter bios? did you apply correctly the paste in cpu, did you put correclty the fan of the cpu?

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5 minutes ago, ckinfos said:

do you enter bios? did you apply correctly the paste in cpu, did you put correclty the fan of the cpu?

earlier today it entered bios just fine, but just tonight it stopped, so everything should be on correcty

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Just now, Lachy729 said:

earlier today it entered bios just fine, but just tonight it stopped, so everything should be on correcty

you cant say because the time you kept it open may have been less than the night. try removing 1 stick of ram and change position of it.

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3 minutes ago, ckinfos said:

you cant say because the time you kept it open may have been less than the night. try removing 1 stick of ram and change position of it.

Just tried all configurations of ram but it still didn't boot. Thanks for the help though 

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1 hour ago, Pixelfie said:

Try reseating RAM. You should hear a loud click for every stick. 

Tried that but to no avail. Thanks for the help though 

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