I had a topic a while ago, and I was getting Kernel Power 41 errors. It was mainly after upgrading, and I have changed everything besides the mobo and CPU, but I wasn't having errors before upgrading my GPU. I guess it comes down to my EVGA 1070 FTW being the problem somehow. So I got to talk to a local tech guy, and told him everything. One last suggestion he made before assuming the GPU was bad, was if I was only running a single power cord to my GPU, that it could be the problem.
I did only run one cable to begin with. I just assumed that the Corsair I bought having two ends on one cable would work. But I put in another cord. Hoping that fixes my problem. Its just that my shutdowns are so sporadic that I don't know how I can really confirm this fix besides waiting months and not having another. I had went atleast 2 months without an error before it started again recently and stress tests never once caused the error, only normal gaming use.
Anyone confirm that this could cause a 41 shutdown?