I'm having an issue with my PC rebooting whilst gaming or using demanding applications, such as Fusion 360. There's no BSoD or any other error message, just a complete reboot (and it sounds someone's yanked the plug out of my machine when it happens). I strongly suspect it to be the PSU; I recently got a new MoBo, CPU and graphics card (Asus TUF X470 Gaming, Ryzen 5 2600, and a Gigabyte RX 590 respectively). I did not replace the PSU as it is rated 750W so I thought that it would have more than enough juice. It's a Powercool PC-750AUBA-M, for reference. Then I read the following article: https://graphicscardhub.com/psu-graphics-card/, which suggests that the current on the 12v rail (24A), might be considerably low by today's standards. Can anyone confirm this for me, and does anyone know what kind of 12v current I should be looking for with the build that I have?