PC crashes and then won't boot

My PC had been working perfectly for 4 months before this happened. I was using my PC and then it crashed suddenly and I got the BSOD. It restarted and got to the BSOD again and the loop continued until I powered it off. Since then I have not been able to boot.

I suspected it was a software problem, so I secure erased my SSD in BIOS and did a clean install of windows 10, but still got the BSOD. It then became unpredictable. Sometimes I get to a black screen. Sometimes I get stuck at the ROG logo screen. Sometimes I manage to get into BIOS, but it crashes. Sometimes I get to BIOS and then try to boot and get a BSOD.

The BSOD errors I get:

Motherboard recurring Q-code: 62, 79, 96, b2

I have tested it without the GPU, with two sticks of ram, and with one stick of ram. All have the same results. All my research pointed towards the CPU being the culprit, so i decided to reseat it and see it that will solve my problems, but that did nothing.

In the BIOS, both the CPU and all 16GB of ram is recognized. My question is: even if the CPU is faulty, can it still be recognized by the motherboard? And would I have been able to reinstall Windows 10 with a bad CPU? I just want to know if the problem lies in the CPU or motherboard, so I can get a replacement.

PC Specs:
ASUS ROG Maximus IX Hero Z270 LGA1151 DDR4 DP HDMI M.2 USB 3.1 ATX Motherboard

Intel Core i7-6700K 8M Skylake Quad-Core 4.0 GHz LGA 1151 91W BX80662I76700K

CORSAIR Dominator Platinum 16GB (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3000 (PC4 24000)

ASUS GeForce GTX 1080 TI 11GB GDDR5X

EVGA SuperNOVA 750 G2 220-G2-0750-XR 80+ GOLD 750W Fully Modular

SAMSUNG 850 EVO 2.5" 1TB SATA III 3-D Vertical Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) MZ-75E1T0B/AM
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  1. This could help you about the BSOD. It seems like a device driver that is causing the issue. If you have installed any drivers recenty then roll back the driver.
    After all this is done if still the problem occurs then try this Clean the RAM modules and the slots too then try booting. If you have a spare PSU replace it with the current one. The RAM or the PSU could be the problem.
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