Question No post problem with PC

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Hi guys! I have problem with my PC. Today I turned on my computer and I saw only lights and fans spinning. My PC didnt post and it keep restarting. I turned it off and i checked wires and connectors. When I reseated bios battery PC launched to Windows but it crashed after couple of minutes. After reseating ram my PC was working fine but when I wanted to turn on my PC again the same issue - no post. I have 2 ram sticks in 1 and 3 slot. When I removed ram from first slot PC posted but when I added ram to first slot - again mm post. Later I managed to launch PC with 2 sticks and it work well for now (~4h). Every time this issue occured my bios settings returned to default. I checked ram with memtest64 and no errors. I checked CPU with Intel diagosnotic tool and its fine. 30 mins in occt and no errors. I dont know whats going on with my PC. Could you help me? I dont know what to do, im really sad :/

Spec:
i5 8500
Rtx 2060 gaming z
Gigabyte z370 hd3 op
Hyperx predator 2x8gb ddr4 3200mhz
Silentiumpc vero m2 bronze 600w
Adata su800 128gb + wd Blue 1tb with 32gb Intel optane

Sorry for my bad English. I dont speak English so much since i finished school xD
 
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It's not no name psu. It's very popular brand in Poland. You can check in Google. A lot of PC builders in Polands recommends silentiumpc psu and other components form this company. I have CPU cooler silentiumpc Spartan pro 3 he1024, case regnum rg4 and two fans Sigma pro, all high quality products. Im sure it's not psu fault.

Look here. A lot of positive opinions
 

logainofhades

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A 3yr warranty bronze unit, is low quality, period. Just because it is popular, doesn't make it good. There are raidmax units, on Newegg, with a lot of reviews, and nobody that knows anything about PSU's, would actually use one.

That said, have you tried a bios update? There is a possibility that board is running on an old bios revision, and is causing you problems. Are you also using the latest version of windows, via media creation tool?
 
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I'm sure my psu is good quality. But If this issue will occur again I will swap to my old thermaltake Smart se 630w and I will see.

I updated bios 2-3 months ago and everything worked fine until now. My windows is UP to date too. I think its not related to Windows because when it happened, i didnt see even bios logo.
 

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