I've tried booting the mother board without RAM, GPU, DRIVES, the power switch, etc... plugged in and it didn't change the behavior of the computer. Although when the 4 pin ATX wasn't plugged into the computer it didn't turn itself off. The computer will only turn on if you let the green LED on the mobo turn off before turning it back on.
I assembled the computer from parts off of newegg probably 5 or so months ago. The computer had been mostly fine up until this point, although there were a few random and rare random turn offs in the past. A few weeks ago when I turned it on I vaguely recall it saying something about overlcocking failing (which I never did) and having to reset the bios for it to turn on. Also, the system time would sometimes end up set back a few hours or more. This leads me to suspect the motherboard rather than the PSU. I also tried changing the CMOS battery from an other motherboard (same model although different maker) and it changed nothing. Not sure if I changed it right, all I did was pop the other one in there.
I'm not as interested in fixing the problem as I am identifying it since I still have warranties on all the parts. Any help is greatly aprreciated.