But https://www.amazon.com/Asus-G20AJ-US009S-i7-4790-Windows-Desktop/dp/B00OFQR38C and other discussions tell me this machine isn't without issues. It's small form factor is a definite issue for owners that don't know to use canned air every few months and as time passes there can be other issues.
For me the tools Speccy and Userbenchmark have been very helpful in spotting the usual issues. But if the owner is not keeping up with maintenance, no app can help.
I get odd crashes when playing certain games where my monitor turns to one color, and I believe it's caused by the GPU failing. My question is if there is some program I can install to monitor info about my PC like the GPU load, power being consumed, etc.
The Windows reliability monitor only shows me the hard shutdown I perform when it crashes, so that doesn't help much. And, I tried using GPU-Z's log to file feature but the logs stopped about 10-15 seconds before the crash so that doesn't help much either. If anyone has a program that can reliably log info so I can find out what's making my computer crash, please tell me, thanks!
I'm using an ASUS ROG G20AJ with the Windows 10 operating system.