Question PC(minor but probably will escalate) problems

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I have a few problems with my newly built pc, but as you just read they are quite minor.

First of, my computer can't boot up from sleep mode. It shuts it self down when i try to boot it up.
Second: the aRGB sometime doesn't take in the setting from aura sync(except default), it requires a shut down for it to go back to normal.
Third: the bios screen doesn't show up on start up, it just go straight into login.

Specs:
CPU: Ryzen 5 3600x
Motherboard: Asus Prime X570-P
Ram: Micron Ballistix elite 3200 16gbx2
Video Card: Nvidia 1050ti
PSU: Calibre XCP-A600 600w
 
I have a few problems with my newly built pc, but as you just read they are quite minor.

First of, my computer can't boot up from sleep mode. It shuts it self down when i try to boot it up.
Second: the aRGB sometime doesn't take in the setting from aura sync(except default), it requires a shut down for it to go back to normal.
Third: the bios screen doesn't show up on start up, it just go straight into login.

Specs:
CPU: Ryzen 5 3600x
Motherboard: Asus Prime X570-P
Ram: Micron Ballistix elite 3200 16gbx2
Video Card: Nvidia 1050ti
PSU: Calibre XCP-A600 600w
  1. When it is in sleep mode do you press the power button or do you move the mouse/press a button on the keyboard?
  2. I don't know anything about RGB.
  3. Sounds like you have fast boot enabled in the BIOS. You will have to enter the BIOS from Windows and then disable fast boot if you want the BIOS screen. https://www.laptopmag.com/articles/access-bios-windows-10
 
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The addressable RGB on what exactly? Case? Fans? Motherboard?

And lord, what is that PSU doing in a new build? That's an ancient PSU, using a single horrific Jun Fu capacitor on the +12V rail, and only actually has 432W in a modern sense because this very ancient design, even with quality parts, has been out of date since the Pentium 4 was released.

Pairing this with a new Ryzen 5 and a new x570 motherboard is like buying a Ferrari and then filling up the gas tank by siphoning fuel from an old, broken lawnmower that's been sitting in your garage since 2012.
 
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The addressable RGB on what exactly? Case? Fans? Motherboard?

And lord, what is that PSU doing in a new build? That's an ancient PSU, using a single horrific Jun Fu capacitor on the +12V rail, and only actually has 432W in a modern sense because this very ancient design, even with quality parts, has been out of date since the Pentium 4 was released.

Pairing this with a new Ryzen 5 and a new x570 motherboard is like buying a Ferrari and then filling up the gas tank by siphoning fuel from an old, broken lawnmower that's been sitting in your garage since 2012.
I didn't even look at the PSU, but that could answer the first question. The PSU won't have support for the newer C states and cannot take the CPU out of those so the only thing to do is shutdown.
 
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The addressable RGB on what exactly? Case? Fans? Motherboard?

And lord, what is that PSU doing in a new build? That's an ancient PSU, using a single horrific Jun Fu capacitor on the +12V rail, and only actually has 432W in a modern sense because this very ancient design, even with quality parts, has been out of date since the Pentium 4 was released.

Pairing this with a new Ryzen 5 and a new x570 motherboard is like buying a Ferrari and then filling up the gas tank by siphoning fuel from an old, broken lawnmower that's been sitting in your garage since 2012.
aRGB only on Fans. The PSU and video card was from a old computer. I was scammed by a guy in a tech mall with like 100 dollars for this PSU(that was half a year ago)
 
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aRGB only on Fans. The PSU and video card was from a old computer. I was scammed by a guy in a tech mall with like 100 dollars for this PSU(that was half a year ago)
You are going to want to replace that PSU. At this point it could take out your entire computer and be a fire hazard on newer tech. Here are a couple recommendations that are high quality and modern.

https://pcpartpicker.com/product/RzfFf7/seasonic-focus-650-w-80-gold-certified-fully-modular-atx-power-supply-focus-gx-650
https://pcpartpicker.com/product/y88H99/evga-supernova-g3-650w-80-gold-certified-fully-modular-atx-power-supply-220-g3-0650
 
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Thx a lot. I'll update the results
 

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