Just read the Check List and I already exhausted those steps on my own checking.
I don't think it is overloaded since it is a 750 PSU designed for SLI/Crossfire and I am only using 1 video card.
The Weird thing is it booted once. After it stopped booting, I removed all the connectors to the new fans that I plugged on and it still didn't sucessfully boot.
I took out all the ram and tried 4 new sticks (one at a time) and looping reboot still happens.
I took out the video card just to see if it still boots like that, and it still does.
When I first was assembling the computer I accidently step on the 8 pin power plug (very lightly, there is no visible damage as far as I can tell, and it plugged into the motherbord socket fine). The computer booted up normally - the only time it did.
Just in case the plug is damaged, I am going to exchange the PSU for a new one and see if that fixes if. If not, I am completely at a loss.