I recently purchased a Thermaltake Big water cooling system seeing as my case is a POS and has no air ciruclation. I overclock often, usually when gaming and I have never had problems. However, after painstakingly installing the liquid cooling system, I discovered that my computer was acting senile. When I'd power up, it would do one of the following: 1-The computer would power on but nothing would appear on the screen. 2-It would power up to that black screen where it scans the memory etc and then restart. 3-It would let me sign in but after that, restart. 4-It restarts whenever I plug something in, even headphones 5-It restarts if i move it. Systems specs: Mobo-Abit AA8XE-Fatal1ty Processor-Intel P4 3.4 GHZ RAM-Corsair 1gb Vid-Radeon X800XL Hardrive-Western Digital 120gb 7200rpm SATA Power-550Watt At first I thought it may have been the temp, but I finally got into the BIOS and discovered it was hovering around 30 degrees Celsius. The only other thing I can think of is the power supply. Maybe it can't handle the liquid cooling? The only way I got it to start up for a long period of time is when i cleared the CMOS. I've ran a few diagnostics with Checkit and all of them have passed. Anyways, any input would be greatly appreciated seeing as I am in quite of a bind.