In brief, my pc starts up, gets into a reboot loop (which it has been doing for a while now, but not as bad), it then eventually makes it to the Gigabyte logo/bios part and tries to load windows, it then completely freezes.
I can sometimes enter the bios, but it's takes a fair bit and 10 or so minutes to get into it just because of the rebooting loops. Once in the bios I can adjust settings, but they all get reset the moment I save and it reboots.
My pc was working fine(except for the reboot loops), but then I tried to get my motherboard to recognize my new NVME M.2 970 Evo and I was trying different bios settings. I went into the q flash to just see how I would update the bios and then without doing anything, the next reboot caused it to "update the bios". This started the problem. It removed all my previous settings and saves in the bios and it basically reset the bios, but then the problems with getting into windows started.
Since then I've tried updating the bios (now it recognizes the m.2) and using different boot drives with only the boot drive connected, including using my laptop's ssd, this got to the windows login, but then it was either frozen or my mouse and keyboard wasn't working. I've also tried getting into the backup bios, but the rebooting stops this and it also stops me getting into windows safe mode.
I can upload a video of what it's doing if necessary.
OS: Windows 10 (At-least updated since February, I can't check)
Bios: Use to be on the original (F3 or F4), now it's running F8
Motherboard - Gigabyte GA Z97X Gaming 7
CPU - i5 4690k (@4.6GHz before bios reset)
CPU Cooler - Corsair H100i
GPU - Gigabyte GTX 970 4GB G1
RAM - Corsair Vengeance LP 16GB (4x4GB) DDR3 -1600
PSU - Corsair CX600M 600W
Original Boot Drive - Kingston HyperX Fury 240GB SSD