Tried the ram and power supply already. I made a bit of progress though. Put the ssd into my other core 2 duo system to try and fresh install win10 from the usb. It was working, but made the dumbest mistake. Forced to format the drive via command prompt. Hit a 0 instead of a 1 and formatted the usb.
Then decided to put Ubuntu on my ssd and relax a bit. Actually really liked unbuntu and picking up another ssd today to keep unbuntu on the current one. Planning to keep unbuntu set up with everything I use regularly and keep it as a backup plan. I've have been wanting to make use of this old core 2 quad with 4gb of ram and a r9 270x, plus I would run 2 machines at once so this works out well. When Windows messes up again and I don't feel like dealing with it right then i can use this other system.
Next step is put the ssd into my main system and see if it restarts. If it does then I think this means it can only be bios update or motherboard.
One strange thing. When putting gpu back when I thought it was working right, it did not register. It lights up and spins, but device manager shows nothing and I did every step you can think of. This was on my rx480, then I out the 270x in and same thing. Both gpu work fine in the system with unbuntu. Going to be interesting to see if main system with unbuntu on ssd stops restarting, but does gpu still have same issue or is it fixed? If it all runs fine then time to put fresh install Windows on my hdd and new ssd