I've had this problem before and took it back to the place I bought it from while it was under warranty and last time they said it was the RAM and replaced it and my PC worked fine for about a year after. But now it's doing the same thing, so I ran the windows memory diagnostic tool to confirm if it was my RAM again, and both times I have ran it, it came back good. So this worries me that maybe my motherboard could be going out. What other ways could I test to find out what might be making my PC re-boot. I have a 1000 watt power supply, so it's not starving for power. i-7 4770K CPU with a CPU cooler, 16 GB of RAM, GTX 970 GPU. Thanks for any help.
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1/23/16 at 10:46pm