Computer posts and runs fine, but no post screen

I've done a little research but haven't been able to find anything similar to my situation, so if the answer is already out there, I apologize for my inadequate googling skills.

MOBO: Gigabyte AX370-Gaming K5
CPU: Ryzen 5 1600
RAM: 8gb Corsair Vengeance LPX @2933mhz
GPU: EVGA GTX 1060 6gb
PSU: EVGA 650W 80+Gold

The problem I've recently encountered is that I don't get a post image upon booting/rebooting. I start pressing DEL as soon my keyboard lights up just assuming that the post image is there, only my monitor hasn't caught up yet. But, the result is a failed post. Nothing happens. The screen stays black and the fans keep spinning. Nothing else happens no matter how long I leave it alone. If I reboot via ctrl+alt+del as soon as the keyboard lights up and the monitor doesn't have time to go to sleep, I get a post image and am able to access the bios. I flashed the bios to an older version (F3) and the result was the same. Needless to say, the situation hasn't changed upon flashing back to F5a. I've also tried "load optimized defaults" to no avail.

This isn't any major inconvenience as it doesn't completely keep me from accessing the bios, just a small QoL bit I'd like to find a solution to. Any help to that end would be greatly appreciated.
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  1. This could be because the "Fast boot" option is selected in the BIOS, it barely lets you enough time to enter the BIOS. Here's a guide to set it up, you can use it to set it down, i guess :) (https://www.asus.com/support/FAQ/1015899/)
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  2. Blas said:
    This could be because the "Fast boot" option is selected in the BIOS, it barely lets you enough time to enter the BIOS. Here's a guide to set it up, you can use it to set it down, i guess :) (https://www.asus.com/support/FAQ/1015899/)


    I just checked that and turns out it was already off. I tried setting it to "enabled" and also on "Ultra Fast" but the result is the same. Thanks for the response though!!
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  3. I presume you have tried removing the motherboard's battery? That should make it revert to default settings (even if you already did it via the BIOS), it could help.
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