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if you did not used heat sink paste between the heat sink and the cpu unit, that, will be you problem initially
the paste is used to exclude any air and gaps between the cpu back and the heat sink and makes a perfect heat transfer medium
cpu units will hit critical temps within seconds if the heat is not being transfered correctly
I think the first thing to do is go back to the cpu Fan and check the plug and make sure you are on the pins as should be make sure that there isn't any Bent pins . Continue on to the next fan in question.If not then I would not continue Running this machine Until I had the fan problem fixed. It doesn't take long to mess things up. I am surprised that it will run . I would like to have faith in the hardware monitor to propely shut it down.then I would go to the power source Plug on the motherBoard . Check that it is connected good and try it for a short run on then off to make sure that the fans are running like they are supposed to.
The best way to troubleshoot the issue is to strip down the motherboard to just the CPU, and then apply power. If it behaves normally you would then begin adding items back on starting with your memory. The idea is that you keep adding items until the problem you describe appears. The last item that you added on would then be the issue. If you are not able to get it to boot with just the CPU onboard, then you either have a motherboard issue, or as you stated, a CPU issue. The only way to identify which it would be is to either try the CPU on another board, or try a different CPU on your board. Your board might have a set of diagnostic beeps built in. If you start getting beeps with just the CPU onboard, check your owners manual to identify the issue. It should only give you a code stating that it is missing memory and other items.
try taking 1 stick of ram off the motherboard, and boot up with 1 stick in slot 1 or 2.
You should get some beeps, 1 is system Ok.
3 is usually RAM/Graphics problems.
Also try booting with the motherboard setup disk in the CD Drive, it may be looking for files to initialise the Board.
And the obvious, check that all cabling is correct from mainboard to front panel. Power on/off Reset et,c.
View the user manual to see if the board has any jumper/dip switch settings for different configurations.
The green led on the board shows green letting you know there is power to the borad.
Does your GFX card have dual outputs? Try plugging into the other output.
If your monitor light goes from green to amber than your PCI-E is not putting out signal. Pull & re-seat video card.
Did you check Asus to see if your CPU is supported & check what bios version you may need to run CPU?
Chcek here: Check what your M2M-E supports. http://support.asus.com/cpusupport/cpusupport.aspx?SLanguage=en-us
Your board only supports these two CPU's
Phenom 9500 (HD9500WCJ4BGD),2.2GHz,95W,SocketAM2+,Quad-Core
Phenom 9600 (HD9600WCJ4BGD),2.3GHz,95W,SocketAM2+,Quad-Core
You need Bios version 0802 in order to run the above CPU's.