Sometimes when gaming and/or streaming, my two PC monitors will flicker briefly for a moment and then stop detecting the signal from my PC - it'll sit like this for a minute or two while I can still hear audio from whatever I was doing (a YouTube video, the game sound, etc.) and then my PC will restart. It happens sporadically and I'm not sure what the cause could be. I decided to take a look at the Windows Event Viewer and while I didn't pin down the exact time this happened, I did notice a couple `nvlddkm` errors in the logs at around the time this last occurred (about 7 minutes ago). I'm not sure what the issue could be: whether it's my GPU dying, a bad driver, or something else entirely. If needed, I saved the error event logs to my PC and can upload them if it will help diagnose the problem. I did update my GPU drivers around 2 days ago to the latest version so I'm not sure if that could be the cause but I came here for help narrowing down the solution so I don't have to go through the trouble of process of elimination.
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