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With out much info, the PSU may be bad. You didn'y supply the Make Model of computer Or the OS.

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2 possible issues come to mind: 1) the computer is getting hot (CPU, memory or video card), 2) the power supply can't keep up with the demand.

Try using a program that lets your track your computer's internal temperature. System Information for Windows, http://www.gtopala.com/ , is the one I use. Depending on the cause, you may need to increase the ventilation of your case (add fans - slot cooler by the video card, front, back or side panel.). If the CPU is getting hot, make sure that the CPU cooler is working and consider removing it and reapplying a new layer of thermal paste before reattaching the cooler.

If the problem is the power supply, check the specs on your devices (memory, CPU, video card) and the power supply load rating. You may need to upgrade the power supply.

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Computer just turnoff suddenly


Could be one of two most common problems?
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Have you ever replaced the CPU Cooler (Heatsink/fan)?
CPU Cooler fan may be working, Heatsink dirty.
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Replace CPU Cooler
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Power Supply fan not working causing partial failure on 5volt or 12volt side.
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Another could be hard-drive, but that wouldn't shut system down like first two would.

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