Hey guys, so this entire thing, for me went from 0-100 really quick. My problem first started when I had started playing the game Dying Light. I do not recall installing anything other than that game and have even tried to remove the game. nothing. After about 30-60 minutes of playing. it would just shut off abruptly, no reason why. just completely turn off. I didn't think much of it and just thought it was either overheating or my graphics card drivers were outdated. I'd tried many things that don't work. here's a list of things that it isn't. CPU overheating GPU overheating Motherboard overheating GPU Drivers Malware/Viruses Unstable power supply Incompatible components The problem consisted for a further few weeks with no sign of stopping. Thankfully it was only on games so I can still do important things on it, however something just happened which had pushed me over the edge. Last night I was watching a youtube video and my internet adapter was acting up, out of anger I force-shut off my PC to make it restart faster (Restarting stops the internet adapter's issue) and it wouldn't turn back on. Only just today I tried turning it on again, I was relieved to see that it at least turned on, but it didn't get past the boot screen before shutting off. I tried again, same thing. It happened for about 5-6 tries until it finally got to the windows screen. It was stuck on it for about 10 minutes until I had to turn it off. when turning it on again it ran windows diagnostic but couldn't detect the issue, it suggested just to restart and it could be fixed. I highly doubt that it's fixed it, but my PC did boot up that time. I've posted this on Tom's Hardware about two weeks ago but got no response. I am usually a pessimistic person and I worry a lot for this thing ad it did cost a lot of money. Specs: Gigabyte 970A-DS3P AMD FX-8350 CPU Nvidia GeForce GTX 760 GPU 8GB RAM Windows 10 All replies are helpful.