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Computer Not Booting Up

I just bought all the necessary parts to build my own computer including this motherboard,
Seagate 500gb EIDE Hard Drive,
a DVD-R/RW,
Corsair TWINX 2048MB PC6400 DDR2 800MHz (2x1024),
Intel Core 2 Duo E6550 2.33Ghz 4MB 1333FSB CPU,
Acer AL2216WBD 22in Wide 5ms DVI Black LCD Monitor,
XFX GeForce 8800 GTS Extreme Video Card -  640MB DDR3, PCI Express, SLI Ready, (Dual Link) Dual DVI, HDTV, Video Card
and a 550watt power supply
 
thats the setup i have and when i power up the computer absolutely nothing happens as far as i know everything is plugged in correctly and power is run to each part i have installed aka fans work, hard drive spins, fan on video card works, dvd makes noise due to the fact that its reading my win xp pro disk, and then nothing shows up on my monitor, also after about 5 minutes of having the pc on it shuts off. My guess is that the psu is too small

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Normaly ther are two reasons for pc not showing the disply
1 memory card mismach
2 graphics card mismach
get the specification of the mother board and correct the above errors the pc will work if u need more assistace please write to me

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