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    I have a new build, but everything has been running good for a week, but today twice while left unattended the computer shut off. I came back and everything was off but my monitor. Not in sleep mode but off. Any clues what that might be? Doesn't appear heat related as I have real temps monitoring and everything appears normal. Thanks

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    Welcome to the forum.

    Could be a infection? Download the free version of Malware Bytes Anti-Malware and instal and let it scan your system for infections.

    Are you sure the CPU cooler is seated properly?

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    I have a malware software and did a scan. Nothing. Yes the H60 is well seated. This just started today after running well for a week. Very strange. Might be a windows issue possibly. Only happened twice when left unattended. Never has done it when I was actually using the computer. Weird

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    RAM issue, maybe? It happens to me from time to time for some reason. Test each stick individually and in different slots to see if you have a bad stick.

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    Welcome to Pure Overclock Stealth. Download coretemp and look at temps. CPU could be overheating.....

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    Also list all your system specs in user CP and click show in the dropdown. What kind of PSU do you have?

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    And you have been in Control Panel > Power Settings and set "Put the computer to sleep" to Never?

    Only reason I'm asking is cause you say it happens when the pc is left alone, or has it happend when you've been using it too?

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    My system is in my first post. This site will not allow a signature until you have more than 3 posts.
    Tested Ram=ok
    I have core temp and real temp, both read the same = low to mid 30's on all cores. By the way OC to 4.4 at that time. Have dropped OC to 4.2 to see if it does it. However was running at 4.4 all week. I have all settings at never sleep and just rechecked to make sure I didn't miss one. I just turned the computer on so when I go eat I will leave it sit and see what happens. All your suggestions was the first I checked especially the heat issue, running seems to be running cool enough. Forgot to put PSU in first post. I have a Corsair 1000w supply

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    Quote Originally Posted by stealth2920 View Post
    My system is in my first post. This site will not allow a signature until you have more than 3 posts.
    Tested Ram=ok
    I have core temp and real temp, both read the same = low to mid 30's on all cores. By the way OC to 4.4 at that time. Have dropped OC to 4.2 to see if it does it. However was running at 4.4 all week. I have all settings at never sleep and just rechecked to make sure I didn't miss one. I just turned the computer on so when I go eat I will leave it sit and see what happens. All your suggestions was the first I checked especially the heat issue, running seems to be running cool enough. Forgot to put PSU in first post. I have a Corsair 1000w supply
    Try dropping it to stock default settings in the BIOS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stealth2920 View Post
    My system is in my first post. This site will not allow a signature until you have more than 3 posts.
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    I dropped my OC down to 4.2 and will see what happens. Ran fine at 4.4 for a week until the two and only times the computer shut off. I also turned the memory down to 1600 even though it's rated at 1866.

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    The only way to find if it is the overclock, is try default settings in the bios. Run prime95 for 3 hours at default or LinX at 25,000 problems at 20 passes. If it passes, you need to reconfigure your overclock. Also test your memory with memtest. You can also see is it passes with current overclock with 1 stick of memory. If it does not try a different stick.

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    Thanks, but I ran prime95 for 4 1/2 hours and memtest when my system was OC at 4.4 hz. I always run those test first thing when running a new system. Thats what mind boggling since everything passed fine. Haven't had the issue since so not really sure. I may run at current for a week and then go back up to 4.4 and see if I can get it to do it again. The first time it happened I was running Acronis backup putting a backup on another drive. I thought maybe that caused it. It did it again about an hour later when nothing was running and was sitting at idle. Since I was running my memory at it's top range 1866 and it was a very hot muggy day and in my office where the computer is located was fairly warm I wonder if the memory was the issue. All other temps using core temp was fine. I have since clocked it back to 1600 and see how it goes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stealth2920 View Post
    Thanks, but I ran prime95 for 4 1/2 hours and memtest when my system was OC at 4.4 hz. I always run those test first thing when running a new system. Thats what mind boggling since everything passed fine. Haven't had the issue since so not really sure. I may run at current for a week and then go back up to 4.4 and see if I can get it to do it again. The first time it happened I was running Acronis backup putting a backup on another drive. I thought maybe that caused it. It did it again about an hour later when nothing was running and was sitting at idle. Since I was running my memory at it's top range 1866 and it was a very hot muggy day and in my office where the computer is located was fairly warm I wonder if the memory was the issue. All other temps using core temp was fine. I have since clocked it back to 1600 and see how it goes.

    Apparently it is not stable now. Try default save your setting. Ambients have changed with summer here. Sometimes a few degrees brings instabilty. I am trying to help Backing down to 4.2GHz is a start though......

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