I replaced the RAM and switched gpu's and the problem was still present. Next I changed the power supply and it hasnt rebooted since I changed it. Will close thread in a week or so. Gonna put some hours in and test some more
My system recently started to randomly reboot out of the nowhere while gaming(in some games). I can play games like Rocket League for 12 hours straight with no reboots. But more graphically demanding games like BO4 I can play sometimes 3 games than the system reboots or sometimes 6 hours before the reboot. I have tested 3 demanding games on 3 different clients to prove its not BO4. Also tested The Division(steam/uplay) and BF1(Origin). Same thing after 1-5 hours a reboot.
Im stumped because of how sparatic these reboots are.
ONLY EVENT IN VIEWER IS "Event 41 Kernel Power"
No BSOD, no errors, no black screens, no freezing, games fps aren't diminished.
All drivers are up to date
Windows is up to date
Only running Windows Defender
PC passes Aida64 Stress test for 9 hours(everything checked)
GPU passes Heaven Valley Benchmark for 9 hours
RAM passed windows Ram checker
Hard Disks passed tests.
Only have Mouse/keyboard/headset plugged into usbs
Unchecked Automatically Restart
No overclocks on cpu/gpu/ram
CPU temps max hit 55c
GPU max hits 57c (also checked vrm temps, only hit 67c)
Asrock Z370 Taichi
Cryorig A40 AIO
16gb Trident Z rgb ddr4
adata sx8200 250gb NVME ssd(boot drive)
WD Blue 1tb(games)
EVGA gtx 1080ti hybrid
EVGA Supernova 850w P2
Any help would be helpful. I am lost at this point. Thanks