Hi all, this is my first post on the forum, and I was brought here by an issue I am having with a newly built PC of mine. After my first PC failed on me, a retail bought and pre-made tower, I decided to build my self a new more cost-effective one. I built the PC lastnight, and made sure everything was to the manual and in the correct socket and attached to the correct PSU cables. But when I first booted the PC up it shut down. Literally after seconds of booting it failed, now everything seems to be running fine in that brief time, the case and GPU fans come on, all LED's are light, the only fan that does not come on is the CPU one: A Artic Cooling Freezer13. So I placed the stock fan which came with my CPU in to see if that made any differenace, the same thing happened.
I have tested out the RAM, to see if that is the cause of the problem, and as I can tell it isn't; the issue still occurs with or without one or both sticks of RAM. I removed the GPU, the same issue still. I am starting to suspect it may be a PSU issue, and that it is not delivering enough power to the CPU fan, resulting in the MotherBoard in shutting the PC down as a safety mechanism.
If anyone has had this issue before, or knows of a possible way to resolive it I would be very grateful. My PC Specifications are as listied below: