Well if i press the power button the computer turns off in about 1-3 seconds, press it again same thing, press it again and nothing.....then 2 seconds later it turns on and works fine.....all temps are fine......psu is fine could it be the power button?
@OP: This happens when the PC is trying to clear CMOS due to failed OC,etc. Just press the power button and wait 10-30 seconds and see before you press it again. Also, you do not list your PSU in your specs.
If you look at your motherboard the two pins that you want will most likely be at the bottom of the board in a group consisting of the HDD, spk, rst and pwr the pwr pins are the two that you want as they are for the power switch, pull them off (noting which went where) and just touch both at the same time with a screwdriver and the machine will start.
i see, ok ill try switching my reset swith with the power swith and also start it with the screw driver lol,
what if it is a faulty mother board?
If you swap the reset and the power switch as a test, you don't need to use a screwdriver. The goal is to eliminate the power switch as a possibility. You RMA the motherboard if it's under warranty or buy a new one if not. I'd suspect the PSU before the motherboard and that's where I'd start. That Golden Field ATX-S628 actually is a 400W PSU.