Random system restarts after fresh install

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I built up a new system yesterday, and after installing windows i am plagued by intermittent restarts.

Power does not go off, system just restarts itself. Can restart as i put my windows pin in, or after ten minutes of using the desktop.
I have tried switching the ram around, checking all connections, re-seating gpu and so on, but nothing has worked.

Im kind of stuck with what to look at right now, unfortunately.

Specs as follows:
Ryzen 2600x
MSI Tomahawk Max mobo
16gb hyper x DDR4
MSI Geforce 2070
Corsair TX 750M psu
Corsair MP510 SSD
Seagate 1TB hdd

Any help would be greatly appreciated
 

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Hello and welcome to the forums.
What you are describing sounds like your system is crashing and you're not seeing anything informative because your system is set to auto reboot.
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Unfortunately it could be anything like a bad power supply or memory module to a corrupt system file from a bad install and will be difficult to diagnose.
Since it is a new system I hope we can discount any third party software as a possible culprit.

How do you feel about a temporary install of a Linux Distro (or at least running a "Live" version) to see if you experience the same problem(s).
That might at least suggest that the problem maybe linked to the install of Windows 10 or that there might be a particular piece of hardware or combination of hardware that Windows 10 is not playing nice with.

Here's a link to Mint (I kind of like the MATE desktop) if you think you might want to try it for a day or two to see if you can advance the diagnostic process a little further.
As I mentioned you can run it from a "Live" thumb drive or just install it and wipe the drive later after testing for a while.

You said that
I built up a new system yesterday,
Can we assume that all parts listed are also "new"?
 

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