So today I was playing Overwatch and my PC crashed (overheated probably). I decided that I need to clean my PC, so I did it with compressed air. While cleaning I took the RAM and GPU out. I cleaned the PC and put everything back together. I didn't turn it on for a while. Later, my friend came over, so I turned the PC on and tried to play WWE 2k16. The game froze, so I had to reboot the whole PC. This repeated a few times. When we gave up we tried to play PES 16 EURO. Mid match the PC froze again and it gave us the BSOD with the text SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION. . It restarted itself and we just watched YouTube videos. Everything was OK. When my friend left I decided to update my AMD drivers, because of the BSOD. I updated them and when I restarted my PC watched YouTube, until Chrome crashed. It just closed itself. I started Chrome again and clicked 'Restore previous sesion' and then the PC crashed. It (just like Chrome) shut off. I booted the PC up again and checked if my RAM were being recognized (I thought lack of RAM might be the problem). Only 4gb out of 8. I shut my PC and it's power off, opened it up and fidled with the RAM (pretty sure one wasn't in correctly). When I was finished I turned the PC's power on and pressed the power button. The PC fans started (like usual) but nothing else happened. The TUF logo didn't come up on the screen like it usually does. The HDD light on my PC didn't come on. It just sat there. My monitor showed no signal from the PC. I restarted it multiple times, checked inside the PC if anything was connected, but even as I'm writing this the PC still in that state. The fan speeds up for a second from time to time, but nothing else happens.
My PC specs:
Radeon r9 290x gpu
AMD fx-8350 cpu
Asus Sabertooth 990fx r2.0 motherboard
8gb of RAM
Please help if you can. Ask for additional info if you need it.
I know a bit about PCs, but not that much. Sorry if I sound a bit dumb sometimes. Thanks in advance.
Edited by MrRandom, 10 June 2016 - 12:11 PM.