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Question Having problems with error kernel power 41 in new pc built

Jun 15, 2020
Hi everyone!

I built a new pc a week ago and I m dealing with some kernel power 41 errors.

My pc specs:

Win 10
Ryzen 9 3900x (and its default cooler)
RTX 2070
MOBO Gigabyte X570 UD
PSU Crosair CX750
2x 16Gb RAM

At first I come up with the problem when I plug off a TV monitor from the wall and after a couple of sec my PC suddenly reboots. I checked event logs and i show 6008 and 41 event .
The next day i checked again logs and i realized that a new kernel 41 event occurs the night before - when i was shutting down my PC.

It seems like the system is not properly shutdown even when i turn off the PC. I suspect that it might be an in house electrical issue, as everything is brand new. Is it a good testing option to connect my pc in another house and see if the problem still persist?

*My cpu temp is 55°c idle. I dont know if this is high number for this CPU. (pretty hot ambient temp ~30 °c)
**IMPORTANT: PC is connected to a multi-plug along other devices.

Sorry for my English, not the best. If I miss something I can provide my eventlogs file
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