After a complete win7 clean install on my new ssd all was going well. All updates done etc. I downloaded all the up to date drivers for my motherboard graphics card. I then downloaded a free game that came with the card and started playing. All was going okay. I did notice that the graphics card was getting really hot. So I adjusted the settings so the card fans would turn on at a lower temperature. After playing for a little while longer all was good. I shut down the computer.
The next morning I turned it on and started playing the game again. All was going well, with the fan adjustment the graphics card was nice and cool. Then the computer shut down. No warnings just turned off. I left it to wait. Turned off the psu at the switch and unplugged. I left the computer for 5 mins and came back to it. I replugged it in and turned on the psu switch. The fan leds and the fans starting working for a split second then go off. The computer does not start.
The graphics card light remains white meaning it is receiving power.
So far I have:
Unplugged everything and started the build again - no change
Reset the cmos - no change
Removed ram until one stick remained and no buzzer noises - no change
Removed the graphics card completely and attempTed to start the computer - no change still a quick flash of leds and minute fan movement.
Other than that I am stumped as to what the heck is going on...
Motherboard: Gigabyte ultra durable GA-970A-UD3P
Processor: AMD FX 3.4 quad core
Ram: corsair 4x 4gig
Graphics: strix gforce gtx 970 Asus
Psu: ezcool 650w