Originally Posted by moremonir
I always save inside my bios before I leave. But I did notice that my clock on the bottom of my desktop will not keep the correct time
Okay mate; I'm 98% sure it is a dead CMOS battery. If you look on page 1 of your x570 Taichi manual you can see where it is on the motherboard. It is labeled "CMOS Battery" and is located between PCI-E 1 (x16) and PCI-E 2 (x4).
In this picture you can see the very bottom of the battery (the circular bit) right above the upper short black PCI-E slot (Labeled PCI-E 2 on pg.1 of your Mobo Book). It is mostly covered by the cooling shroud.
The battery should be a CR2032 button battery - which is the battery just about 100% of motherboard manufacturers have used for the past 15 years. The are available to buy online; or pretty much any local pharmacy, larger-type retailer, or online (in the USA) such as CVS, Walgreens, Wal-Mart, Target, etc.
The battery may be dead, or just inserted a little bit wonky. Make sure that your system is off and unplugged before you begin working on it.
To access it you will have to take off the cooling shroud (the same one that you take off to install m.2 drives). You will probably have to use the star-shaped Torx screwdriver that came with your x570 Taichi board to take the shroud off. Part of the shroud is plugged into the motherboard via small cable; so just be sure to take care with that bit, and of course, re-plug it back in when you are finished (it powers the x570 chipset fan).
The other 2% it COULD be other than the battery is probably the CLRCMOS jumper being in the "shorted" position instead of the "normal" position.
If the battery does not fix it let us know and we can help with the jumper if you need it.