Thanks for your reply as always.
During the past few days I have tried your suggestions but unfortunately the problem still persists. I have narrowed it down however to the following; either a power supply problem, graphical issue (ram/gpu) or heating problem. It can be either of these or none at all as there is no pattern.
Few things I have noticed are:
- While playing games, the pc reboots either when having lowest or highest graphics so there is no conclusive pattern as my pc definitely supports the lowest graphics. Sometimes it even reboots in game menus which aren't graphically demanding.
- I have tried some of the software that monitor and test pc hardware such as furmark, prime95, speedfan and CPUID HW Monitor. Sometimes the pc reboots when running prime95 or furmark alone (but very rare). The majority of times it reboots when I am running both of them together (both the CPU and GPU would be running at 100% during these times). However, there are instances when it does not reboot even when these are running together, therefore there is no conclusive pattern again. Is there a way to test the PSU with a software just in case? as I do not have another 1 available and no tools to test it manually.
- Temperatures seem to be running normal when running furmark or prime95; GPU hovering around 66 degrees Celsius (40 if GP fan is set to full) and CPU circa 55 degrees celcius.
- Dont think that this has to do with this but noticed that date and time are always resetting upon rebooting (so CMOS battery is probably failing and needs to be replaced.
Is there a way to improve the tests that I am doing in order to single out the problem or maybe there is other software that I can use to create a report on these tests so that you can see? I am not that computer savvy and this is driving me crazyy
EDIT: Could it also be a setting somewhere were my pc automatically reboots upon reaching certain temperatures, psu supply or something? Can I check this out?
EDIT2: I manually set GPU fan and CPU fan to full and pc did not reboot so i guess there is enough power supply (?)
Thanks once again
Edited by infinity124, 29 December 2017 - 08:53 AM.