1. What is the make, model of the PSU?
2. Is it split rail? (If you tell the answer to #1, we'll check it out.)
3. What is this PC?
4. Are you keeping up with cleaning and fan checks?
5. Is it inside some computer desk with blocked cooling?
In the past few months my now 1-yr old PC is randomly restarting. Just randomly. I'm here to ask for some help diagnosing the problem.
So first up:
The problem occurs at random times. I could be gaming, or browsing chrome. There is no blue screen or restarting message, the screen just goes black for a few seconds and then proceeds to boot as if I had just turned it on. The lights in my PC stay on, but my keyboard and mouse LEDs turn off.
I ran a windows 10 memory scan, came up clean. Also checked temps, fine. I disabled automatic restarts in the control panel, yet the restarts still occur.
The issue has no particular time frame. I've had days without it, and then it will happen 3 days in a row. It usually only occurs once a day, however.
I'm led to believe it is the stock PSU, however is there a way I can check? Thanks.