But the PC's makeup is unknown. For Ryzen models I get the BIOS current and avoid the b350 chipsets.
For Nvidia cards when I hear go dark I run Nvidia's firmware update tool.
In all cases I want to see:
1. The PSU make, model and age.
2. A Web Speccy report as noted at https://www.piriform.com/docs/speccy/using-speccy/publishing-a-speccy-profile-to-the-web
I have a self-assembled PC with dual monitors. For the past week, about every 10-20 hours of use, my monitors suddenly go dark and the PC stops responding to keyboard input a few seconds later. Ex: the last time it happened, I was watching a youtube video that I could still pause and start with my spacebar for a few seconds while the screens were dark.
There is no error message and I don't hear any changes from the fans. It's as if the computer goes to sleep. However, the only way to get it working again is to force a reboot by holding down the power button, and then it's fine again (usually for another 10-20 hours).