For the past few months, my custom built PC has been randomly restarting almost once daily. On a previous thread on a different website, someone helped me diagnose a mini dump file and apparently it is due to a "hardware failure."
I believe it is possibly my power supply because I have done RAM tests, nothing. My CPU seems to be running completely fine. My graphics card doesn't overheat or anything. So I believe it is either the power supply or the OS.
My computer crashes at the most random times, either under hardly any loads, and even sometimes under slight load. No blue screen, just turns black and instantly boots into the bios like normal.
I have a second power supply, however, I do not want to use it as it is not trustworthy at all - "Kentek 750w." I don't even trust using it to test if its my corsair psu or not at fault.
My current PSU is Corsair CX600.
Motherboard Gigabyte 78lmtUSB3
CPU AMD FX-6300
1x8gb ddr3 corsair vengeance RAM
Windows 10 Pro on SSD along with 2 HDDs
Is there any way to diagnose the PSU? Or should I reinstall Windows?