Question PC randomly defaults BIOS when power off

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Hello
My components are as listed below:

CPU - i7-8700k delid 5ghz
Mobo - Asus ROG strix z370f
RAM - 32 gb Corsair dominator platinum rgb (cmt32gx4m2d3600c18)
GPU asus tuf rtx 3080 10gb
Storage - m2 samsung 970 1tb - samsung ssd 1tb
PSU - corsair rmx 1000W 80 plus gold
Cooling - Aio Corsair h100i pro

First of all as I could see on ram compatibility, those sticks are not supported by that Mobo.
My OC settings:
tuner manual
no XMP enabled
asus multicore disabled
synced all cores to 50
svid disabled
ram speed either 3200-3400 with auto timings
power capability to level 6 and T.Probe
manual vcore to 1.35 as manual vram to 1.36

System can run fine as default memory speed and timings 2133mhz
As soon as I raise frequency to 3200-3400 with 1.36 vram randomly the system won't boot and promps the bios error turned into default. This doesn't happens continuously, some times it boot fine, others it doesn't.
Is there any way around about this?
Thanks in advance
 
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Hello
My components are as listed below:

CPU - i7-8700k delid 5ghz
Mobo - Asus ROG strix z370f
RAM - 32 gb Corsair dominator platinum rgb (cmt32gx4m2d3600c18)
GPU asus tuf rtx 3080 10gb
Storage - m2 samsung 970 1tb - samsung ssd 1tb
PSU - corsair rmx 1000W 80 plus gold
Cooling - Aio Corsair h100x

First of all as I could see on ram compatibility, those sticks are not supported by that Mobo.
My OC settings:
tuner manual
no XMP enabled
asus multicore disabled
synced all cores to 50
svid disabled
ram speed either 3200-3400 with auto timings
power capability to level 6 and T.Probe
manual vcore to 1.35 as manual vram to 1.36

System can run fine as default memory speed and timings 2133mhz
As soon as I raise frequency to 3200-3400 with 1.36 vram randomly the system won't boot and promps the bios error turned into default. This doesn't happens continuously, some times it boot fine, others it doesn't.
Is there any way around about this?
Thanks in advance
Check and/or replace CMOS battery first.
 

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