I have attached all the logs requested including some metadata that was part of the performace log.
Speed fan did not for some reason demonstrate voltages.
I ran the Asus sensor for voltages, fans, and temps and at shutdown, all were normal.
I also ran open sourece monitor but it does not generate logs at shutdown and included it as well as CPUID monitor, and a benchmark log. I ran one of the open source monitor logs after overclocking just to see what if anything might happen. I have also used stress programs but did not keep the logs so I did not upload them.
I forgot to mention three things:
1. When the shutdown occurs, when I reboot the PC, it goes straight to windows. There is no message...windows was shut down improperly...etc.
2. Every time this happens, the time goes off...ahead by several hours....never the same amount. I have to reset.
3. I have a total of seven chasis fans and one CPU fan. Because there are only three MB power/monitoring sockets and because they are not PWM fans and cannot be controlled by the MB, I built my own speed control device and put it in an old DVD drive case. It has three channels controlled by Pots. The first has two one twnety fans which are intake in the front. The second are two one twenties on the side, and the third are the two one twenties top fans and the rear fan. They do not get their power from the MB. They get them directly from the twelve vold rail trough my control system which uses switching power transisters for each chanel and Pots to control the speed. The monitoring line of each of the respective chanels goes to the proper pin recepticle of for chasis fan on the MB. The setup is such that no matter how you increase the speeds of the three sets of fans, the system is always running under positive pressure. This was a choice to choose to fight one evel entity over another, to wit dust vs heat. I hate dust more than heat! Besides, the temps are reasonable. As a consequence of how I set this up, I suppose the speeds are averaged which is why at times the numbers are off. Unfortuantely, I cannot monitor for an individual fan loss. However, all the fans are LED fans so I can see them. I used my own custom filters alsong with a program called dust end which is supposed to tell me when to clean them. When I can no longer see the LEDs seems to be more accurate.
lt the PC I built for my wife, so in practice, the speed control Pots on the front of the PC case are never used. I do not overclock it although I have used the Asus auto tune just to see what I could get but saw no reason to leave it that way since she is not a gamer.
Again, thanks for your help
Edited by andrew124c41, 31 August 2016 - 09:01 AM.