Thanks for your comment! Right now it is at the detailer where they tested it, and has sent it further. If they send it back for me saying nothing is wrong, i will try the a data firmware update. Also thought that the m.2 was a problem, just weird the others also had the problem. All the parts are btw brand new when build.Hello Duus1337. I think it might be your SSD: A-Data XPG Spectrix S40G RGB - 512GB
To investigate, I recommend that you do all of the following:
1. Download / Install / Run - Adata SSD Toolbox and update the firmware.
2. Submit a technical support request to Adata. See what recommendations they have:
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* If #1 doesn't resolve the issue, and #2 doesn't result in any helpful recommendations from Adata then step #3 is to install Windows on a different SSD. Important that you physically disconnect the hard drive, and the current SSD from the system, while cleaning installing Windows on the new (or other) SSD.
FYI: Even after updating the firmware, you might have to reinstall Windows for the fix to take effect. Also, were I in your situation: I would jump straight to step #3 with the same 5600X installed to know for certain if the storage was the culprit.
If it were me: I'd either invest in a new 1TB NVMe M.2 SSD ($100 USD) or purchase a used / US region / Samsung 840 Evo 120GB 2.5" SSD ($15 - $20) on Ebay for testing purposes.