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phillpower2

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Sorry about the delay posting back, until you try a known good PSU you will struggle to make progress towards resolving this issue as you cannot test other components let alone rule them out as the culprit, can you loan another stick of the same Ram to try, clear the CMOS etc.

What if I buy a PC that i can part out pieces of my PC and make a new one

You could do this yes but I wouldn`t attempt it until you establish what the faulty component/s is/are!
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would you advise purchasing another PSU?
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Rather than to advise you purchasing a new PSU I suggest getting both the MB and PSU tested by a Tech as I wouldn`t like you to spend cash out on the wrong thing.
Try clearing the CMOS, it is a quick thing to do, doesn`t cost anything and it can be crossed off the list of checks if it doesn`t work, after clearing the CMOS try the system with the Radeon video card fitted in case the onboard video chip is the problem.
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