Computer crash while i was in bios and now wont post beep

Hi, so i built my new computer today.

specs
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msi z370 pc pro (motherboard)
carbide 400C (case)
i7 8700k (intel coffee lake cpu)
gtx 1070 (evga gpu)
2x8Gb vengeance LPX ddr4 ram

I bread boarded before building everything was fine

Finished building the pc.

Used the hard drives from my old computer with windows 10 pre installed on an ssd.

Booted up and everything ran fine. Played some video games on steam for a couple hours. Went for a shower and the computer had blue screened when i came back. I wrote down the error code to google it once i rebooted.

ndis.sys System_Service_Exception

Tried booting up again and before windows could open chrome it crashed again, this time the screen just froze.

I booted up again and was met with a different windows blue screen error code. (not the ndis.sys) I did not write this down.

I then rebooted and went into bios to make everything was okay in there.

Bios worked fine, just before exiting bios it crashed INSIDE bios. I did not do anything but navigate through bios. I did not press update or save it just crashed.

Here is when i actually start worrying.

I tried booting the computer again and now it wont go past post bios. The monitor wont turn on but all the lights and fans are running.

I tried taking the battery out the motherboard and putting it back in but that did not work.

I am hoping that the motherboard is not bricked as this is the second motherboard i bought for this build. (the last one had a an unrelated problem).

Any help would be much appreciated. All my coursework is on that PC and the deadline is in 12 days...

Will donate £20 in litecoin/etherium if someone can help me fix this before the end of the week
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  1. Try removing the graphics card and using the onboard graphics.
    Try booting with just 1 stick of RAM, then switch to the other stick to see if that will boot.
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  2. Bread boarded the system and it turns out one of the sticks of the two sticks of ram is bad, thats what was causing the blue screens of death. Just gona use the good stick in single channel. Dont know how the computer booted first time for a few hours though if the ram is bad
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  3. amyjacklin839 said:
    Bread boarded the system and it turns out one of the sticks of the two sticks of ram is bad, thats what was causing the blue screens of death. Just gona use the good stick in single channel. Dont know how the computer booted first time for a few hours though if the ram is bad

    If you just bought the RAM you can return it. Chances are there is nothing wrong with the RAM, it's just that motherboards can be very temperamental about which RAM they will or won't boot with.
    Reply to rocktalkrock
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