I know there are several forums about a similar topic already but none seem to sound right or fit what's going on with my Computer and really room in general. I am in college and live in the dorms and last semester my friend had the room I am currently in. He had a 3060ti, 10th gen Intel CPU, and a 650 watt psu and had no issues. This year we switched rooms so I have that room now. Last semester I also had no issues. My PC has a 3060, i7 7700k CPU, and a 500 watt power supply. It ran perfectly normal last semester and for the first month of this semester. But all of the sudden in the last week or so it's hard a tendency to blow the breaker. There are two breakers for my room orange and white for the outlet colors. The orange are older but supposedly has higher gauge wire installed when the white ones were added, it's an old building. Last semester I had 2 monitors, a lamp, the PC, external speakers, an ac unit, and my phone charger plugged in never having an issue. Now even the charger, PC, and monitors are blowing the breaker. Sometimes it lasts a few days with no issues but once or twice it has popped the breaker twice in one day. It doesn't seem consistent with load as I've had it do it while the PC was only using YouTube or Spotify. But also other times with multiple tabs and a game running. The breaker has never tripped without the PC on. And if it is plugged into orange, white has never tripped and vice versa. When it trips the breaker and I put a work order in for maintenance to come and flip it, the PC gets power and runs it's accessory lights on the mother board but doesn't turn on until the on button is hit. Once turned on it either loads straight up or at worse goes into BIOS but with all the previously selected settings still intact and once exiting bios it works perfectly... Until the next trip that is. Any help or information for what to try or what component to look at is appreciated.