Quote (UsEr_SeLeCtEd @ Apr 11 2021 02:41pm)
check to see if ur psu is the right wattage for your system, check if ur display port cable is messed up or ur monitor/tv isnt compatible. check ur graphics card drivers. if all ur components are working a bios update is prolly not the answer most likely its ur powersupply
Powersupply typically isn't going to crash the system in the way that's being described... It's usually a hardware malfunction. OP also stated that he's able to play games just fine and the crashes occur when the system is idle and he's not using it.
If it was the power supply then the system would be crashing when the load is at it's highest (AKA when gaming) and would also bring down the whole system instead of keeping the whole system powered but cutting power to all peripherals.
I'm just trying to take the path of least resistance because if this doesn't do anything then I will be suggesting re-seating all the components.This post was edited by TimmyTurner on Apr 12 2021 08:11am