So I am having powerdown issues (event 41) and they are happening at VERY specific moments. This never happened until I got my 1080ti. I have a Corsair HX750i and which is only 16 months old. My system never uses more than 400-450 watts peak.
So I have run through all the standard event 41 troubleshooting. Updated drivers. Deleted audio drivers that I am not using. Temps? My PC and GPU and PSU run colder than antarctica. CPU peaks around 60 (water cooled). Ram doesn't break 40. GPU hardly breaks 50 or 60. I turned the OC off on my GPU. (My CPU [6700k] is overclocked but its been OCed since the day I installed it with zero problems)
I have played 500 hours+ of games and VR on my 1080ti and only get event 41 in two instances. Battlefield 4 and Destiny 2. I could play BF1 just fine, the newer and far more demanding Battlefield game. I just gave up on BF4. It would Event 41 ten minutes in no matter what. VR and a half a dozen other games. Zero problems at all.
Destiny 2 is a different story and I am determined to play this game. I am playing this game at 60fps and 4k. With most setting turned to max. I started getting power downs at VERY specific moments in the game. When I teleported off my ship onto a planet. So strange to have such a specific moment to cause the system to crash. This is why I don't suspect the PSU.
I found a couple other areas that moment I try to cross the threshold into a certain room the computer shuts down.
So this is where it gets strange if I knock the setting down to 1080p 30pfs and medium, no crash. I can walk into the areas that caused my system to crash before.
So my theory is something to do with some sort of rendering effect used when I teleport and in these rooms that causes the computer to crash. It could still be causing some weird voltage spike, driver error, or software error.
I can post whatever info you need to help me further pinpoint this.
HWmontior and DXdiag results are attached.