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If it shuts down without warning then it is overheating.
Like someone mentioned your fan and heatsink need to be cleaned or replaced including GPU heatsink.
If it shuts down with BSOD or other error before shuting down then it is hardware or software failure.

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Sounds like it might be getting over heated. You will have to clean out the cooling system.

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