Is that a new PSU? Test your system with another PSU. Preferrably use one from a respected brand. 🙂
Thank you for the detailed information.
With the restarting and random code 00, I suspect ram instability.
Your ram kit, 16GB 3466MHz ?
Try setting the ram manually and if it still restarts try:
CPU System Agent voltage anywhere from 1.15v - 1.20v - 1.25v
CPU VCCIO voltage anywhere from 1.15v - 1.20v - 1.25v
Start with both at 1.15v, then if needed try both at 1.20v, and if needed try both up to 1.25v.
If you need help setting your ram manually just say so.
It could very well be a psu issue as Chino suggests.
1) Go into the bios and reset to defaults (F5 key) and set the AI Overclock Tuner to Manual.
2) Scroll down to Dram frequency and select 3466MHz.
3) Scroll down to Dram voltage and enter in 1.35v.
4) Go to Dram timing Control and at the very top, enter in the primary timings like so:
Command rate 2N
F10 and Enter to save and Exit.
If it doesn't boot raise the cpu system agent voltage and cpu vccio voltage to 1.15v, if it doesn't boot try them both at 1.20v, if it doesn't boot try them both at 1.25v.
The cpu system agent voltage and cpu vccio voltage help stabilize high speed ram.
Good luck and let us know how it goes.
It's best to clear your CMOS and run your system at stock for now. If it's still happening, then something is probably wrong.
Let us know how it goes after further testing.