random restarts while gaming

Hello! Just recently put together my new build and have been experiencing random restarts in games ( GA-Z170x-Gaming 3, I5 6600k, 16 gskillz 2400, msi Gtx 1070, 500gb 850 evo ssd, windows 10 pro, and 750w psu. Temps are normal and I have updated everything in the system i can think of yet im still getting these random restarts when playing games. These are not blue screen of death, just power off then starts back up. I have done everything i can think of and could really use a hand. Only over clocking is factory. Any help will be much appreciated Thank you.

Update" i checked error logs and all the errors are Kernal- power 41
I have checked all connections and also ran a memory test all check out fine

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Kind of losing me on the K version.

I've lost how many times we hand the machine back if it's overclocked. So don't.

Now check the motherboard BIOS version, and tell what model that PSU is.

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K means unlocked?

The K just means its unlocked for overclocking if you so choose
Bios version is f7
PSU is a 750w thermaltake 6 or 7 years old

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Since that psu is a little old give it 3-4 shots of canned air from both directions.

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That's vague on the PSU. looks nice enough.

Games do push hardware and drivers to the max, so again, you have to dive in and be sure all things are current like your motherboard BIOS, drivers and keep track of when it reboots.

For example I worked with someone on BF4 and we found it did reboot for others when the antialiasing was set just so. THIS IS NOT WRITING IT IS THIS!

Troubleshooting reboots is all about details. Once you exhaust the free areas you are looking at swapping boards or parts.

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