I have been working on a new build, and I need some help diagnosing the problem. The symptom is that machine crashes from bios consistently. This occurs when the system has been up between 9 and 11 minutes. Over 4 or 5 tries, the system has remained up slightly longer and withstood higher temperatures.
The system crashes after about 10 minutes with these temperatures:
*disconnected all HDD & ODD (I disconnected the power to those, but not the SATA cables).
*removed all but 2 sticks of memory (DDR3_A1;DDR3_A2 -- system originally didn't boot with only 1 stick in DDR3_A1)
*verified all power connections
*connected power to ATX12V2 (manual describes as optional)
*connected GPU to power using dedicated PCIE cables/ports
You CPU temp looks high. You might want to re-seat its heatsink/fan. Clean off the existing Thermal Interface Material (TIM) with rubbing alcohol, and replace it with a reliable TIM (I use Arctic Silver 5) - follow the manufacturer's directions. Then mount the heatsink/cooler with proper tension - the heatsink/fan should be firmly seated, but not overtightened. A good fit is when you can rotate the heatsink/fan a little with a little difficulty.
You're system should be fine, nowadays computers have safety features in place to prevent damage because the system will automatically shutdown prior to frying important components. Obviously there is still some risk but you should be just fine.