[SOLVED] My computer switched off with no BSOD error, no sound nothing, just went black, like it was Shutdown

Daniel Corrado

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So like title says, I was watching Netflix, and all of a sudden my computer shuts off, no BSOD no errors no sound nothing its like it shut down (had to power it back on) I looked temps and everything is fine, CPU temps are fine, GPU temps are fine, HDDS, SSDS. Everything looks good. I am running the New Windows 2004 update. Before that I had no issues. I have had two computer hard shut downs since this windows update. Not sure if its connected or not, could be some hardware is failing, but from what I can see nothing seems out of the ordinary. I am playing games getting 80-90 fps at 1440p on Avengers Temps are nice and cool ( got my air con running) CPU is fine as well. G I dont know w hat else I can supply you guys with to help me with this issue. Last thing I need is to buy new hardware. I just don't have the damn money to buy a new GPU / CPU or anything really at this time.

I am not sure how to place my dxdiag.txt here as I dont use this website for much unless I have issues, but if you want me to post the DXDIAG and something else tell me how and ill do it Thanks!
 

Daniel Corrado

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Seems to be ok now. It seemed to be a Windows 10 2004 corruption when it first installed because once I did a OS restart on my computer the problem SEEMS solved for now.
 

PC Tailor

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So did the PC just shut off as if you unplugged the cord? Or more of an quick black screen and then shut-off?
It's unlikely for a windows update to cause random shutdowns, more likely just coincidence.

Is there a pattern to when it shuts down? High loads for example?
If you can recreated it, testing in safe mode may be useful.
I know you have stated they are cool, what are your CPU and GPU temps under load? (not idle).
 

Daniel Corrado

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Seems to be ok now. It seemed to be a Windows 10 2004 corruption when it first installed because once I did a OS restart on my computer the problem SEEMS solved for now.
 

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