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PC crashing after wake from sleep

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Hello, I am having a very weird and annoying problem with my PC. Basically when I wake up the computer from sleep in the morning it will crash a little bit into using it. It doesn't matter if I'm playing a game or on the internet, it will just randomly crash. It is not a BSOD though, it just seems like the PSU shuts it down. After it does that it struggles to turn back on. It will turn on for a few seconds and off again eventually loading windows only to crash again. I have to completely turn off the PSU and then it works for the rest of the day, until the next sleep. What I have also noticed is that when windows loads up there is a loading icon on the network driver for like 2 min and I cant really open anything until it load, yet I can still use firefox and open sites. Also in the BIOS I have noticed that whenever I switch the cpu level up it also crashes. I have my own overclock so I don't use it, I just noticed that it crashes whenever i switch it. What I have tried so far is update all the drivers and BIOS to the latest version and clear the CMOS and start from optimized settings. Nothing seems to be working and I would like to ask before I start switching out parts or reinstalling the OS. Any help would greatly be appreciated, thanks in advance

These are the complonents in my PC
-Inter i5 3570k 4.4Ghz @ 1.26v
-Asus Maximus V Gene
-16gb Corsair Vengeance 1600Mhz
-Corsair AX860i
-EVGA GeForce GTX 780
-Corsair H100i
-256 Samsung SSD
-1TB WD Black

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So it happened again and this time I got this message when the computer restarted




anyone know what it could be?
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test or replace your cmos battery.
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well your overclock might be unstable.

I can't put my computer to sleep without crashing or failing to go in to sleep.

I can tell you that some motherboards don't like going to sleep with an SSD. Mine is one of them and i tried everything to change that. your best bet is to undo the over clock and experiment with the sleep types. S1, S3, S1&S3 in the bios
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test or replace your cmos battery.

I tested the battery, when I took it out the time and date reset and that doesn't happen with it in. Pretty sure it's fine the motherboard isn't even a year old.
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well your overclock might be unstable.

I can't put my computer to sleep without crashing or failing to go in to sleep.

I can tell you that some motherboards don't like going to sleep with an SSD. Mine is one of them and i tried everything to change that. your best bet is to undo the over clock and experiment with the sleep types. S1, S3, S1&S3 in the bios

This didn't start happening until recently and it happens with no overclock also.
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Is it possible that the PSU is bad? or is this a software issue?
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