PC turns on and off then on again in a loop when i power up my computer.

When I turn on my PC its powers up and the fans spin in the case and on the GPU but then turns off then turns on again, it happens sometimes but once it was stuck in a loop for a couple of minuets just on and off again. I also get no signal on my monitor when this happens too. It is inconsistent when it happens so I don't know what the issue is.

PC Specs
CPU: Intel Core i7 7700K
GPU: EVGA Super Clocked 2.0 GTX 980 Ti
MOBO: Gigabyte Gaming K3 Z170 ATX
Power Supply: Coolermaster G650M
RAM: Crucial DDR4 16GB kit

UPDATE!!!
I found the solution to this I boot up my PC then using my laptop I installed older BIOS drivers and once there were installed it booted right up into windows :)
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