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Why does my computer turn off when playing games.?

I know i writed this post some time ago, but the problem wanished and came back. So im asking for help again.

My computer spontaneously turned off while playing. What was strange about it that computer shutdown was in some sort of phases .
1. My monitores went black but i still was hearing sounds from game and discord in my headphones.
2. After like 2-3 seconds my friends couldnt hear me via discord but i still heard them (no sound from the game).
3. After 7-10 second computer shut down a system, but not himself (fans was still going) and rebuting a Windows 10.

When i check Windows Event Viewer i saw this :

Krytyczny = Critical
Błędy = Errors
Ostrzeżenia - Warnings

Meaby this will help someone Identify problem.

And it happends like 2 time a week.

Does anyone know what could be the problem here? It happend whlie playing those games:
Escape From Tarkov - FullScreen/Bordeless,
Unturned - FullScreen
League of Legends - FullScreen.
Black Ops 3 - FullScreen
Cyberpunk 2077 - FullScreen

I thougt meaby processor was overheating so i cup it at 180W and he never went up more then 77C. But PC Still turned off.

Im not a hardcore player and im mainly using my pc for blender and photoshop and it never happend while using those programs.

Here are spec of PC
- Intel Core i9-13900KF
- Motherboard MSI PRO Z690-A DDR4
- G.Skill Ripjaws V, DDR4, 32 GB, 4000MHz, CL18
- Samsung 990 PRO 1 TB M.2
- Water Cooling MSI MAG Core Liquid 360R V2 3x120mm
- be quiet! Straight Power 11 1000W 80 Plus Gold
- Palit GeForce RTX 4070 Ti GameRock Classic
- Windows 10 Enterprise - 22H2 Update

I really would like to get some help, beacuse i dont know what to do.


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The most likely cause of kernel error 41 is a bad power supply. If you have a spare, put it in and test the computer. If the kernel error goes away, then the power supply was the issue. If it isn't the power supply, replace the RAM and see if you have the same issue.

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I don't believe it's the power supply. 2-3 months ago when I was building a computer, I brought an 850W power supply and the same thing happened. Literally 10 minutes ago I was testing BO3 on my computer. And something new happened. On the game monitor everything was fine. But after 10 minutes of playing, the second monitor stopped displaying the image, and the main one after a few seconds. This time, only the "Kernel-Power 41" error appeared, nothing else.


And unfortunable i dont have another power supply that can handle this much power.


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My money's also on the power supply. How old is it (when was it built)? If you can't get hold of another one the same, then repair yours. Start by changing every electrolytic capacitor, especially if you notice any bulging or leaking (though in early stages, they can have issues and you'll see nothing physically). These are very, very cheap to buy and are a known common problem.

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- 2-3 months ago i build it.

- Im not an enginier, so meaby giving it back to the store would be a better idea.


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Hi @krzeminkrz30326

Check that the latest video drivers Ver. 531.41 have been installed.

Also to eliminate the possibility of an OS system file problem, run an sfc /scannow command

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I'm gonna try and instal it now and run the command.


About the command, Windows doesn't find anything wrong or corrupted.

And i had the drivers arleady.


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