This has been a reoccurring problem that has gotten significantly worse recently. The event log doesn't list what caused the shutdown, just says computer shut itself down.
I opened up the computer afterwards to see if anything is overheating. The only "hot" thing in the computer is the heat sink, but whenever I put fans in front of my computer and take the side case off, it helps/stops it from shutting itself off. Just noticed my graphics card's fans don't spin. They spin weakly for like 2 seconds on and off during boot and then just stay off. Tried moving it to a different slot, didn't help.
Usually when my PC shuts down, it's because I have several things up that use a lot of CPU, plus I run OBS, a streaming software. Could anyone point me in the right direction to diagnose this? I've tried so many different things and just can't figure it out.
Using Windows 10
- Graphics card - AMD Radeon R9 380
- Disk Drive - WDC wd10EZEX-08N2NA0
- Processor - AMD FX 8320 eight cores
- Some Asus motherboard