my pc shuts down at 50c(gpu).pls help

so my pc shuts down after temperature reaches 50c.
these are my specs
motherboard: Gigabyte GA-78LMT-S2PT
ram:8 GB
graphics: amd radeon r7 360
processor: AMd FX(tm) 4300 quad core

in games that need 8 gb ram pc shuts down in almost 5 minutes,and in less demanding games it shuts down after 20-30 min. there is no blue screen but its a black screen with weird looping sound,after which it shows no signal in my monitor but my cpu keeps running.
my idle temperature during browsing is gpu 39 and cpu at 20 but in videos gpu goes to 42 and cpu in 30.
pls help
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  1. Could also be a power problem.
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  2. CountMike said:
    Could also be a power problem.


    my psu is corsair vs550
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  3. It's enough but still may be faulty.
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  4. CountMike said:
    It's enough but still may be faulty.

    in event viewer it is showing kernal system 41 under critical. Does this confirm that psu is the problem?
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  5. Either PSU or low voltage for processor or GPU.
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  6. CountMike said:
    Either PSU or low voltage for processor or GPU.


    how do i check for low voltage in processor or gpu? how do i fix it? i will change psu if needed
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  7. AMD Overdive https://www.techspot.com/downloads/4645-amd-overdrive.html is most accurate for AMD systems. Look at Board tab.
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  8. CountMike said:
    AMD Overdive https://www.techspot.com/downloads/4645-amd-overdrive.html is most accurate for AMD systems. Look at Board tab.

    it is around 32 in less demanding games and 23 in high demanding games.
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  9. That's for temperature ? As you probably noticed it's temperature margin to 62c when CPU is supposed to throttle down to save itself from overheating. It's built into CPU.
    Vid0 gives you CPU core voltage. A drop in that value under load would indicate insufficient power delivered to CPU. Normally it should raise according to the load.
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  10. CountMike said:
    That's for temperature ? As you probably noticed it's temperature margin to 62c when CPU is supposed to throttle down to save itself from overheating. It's built into CPU.
    Vid0 gives you CPU core voltage. A drop in that value under load would indicate insufficient power delivered to CPU. Normally it should raise according to the load.

    those were thermal margins.So do i change my psu?
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  11. Have you checked Vid0 voltages under load ?
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  12. CountMike said:
    Have you checked Vid0 voltages under load ?

    it remained the same at 0.73,even though the others had above 2.5.
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  13. Vid0 should be about 1.4v under load, no wonder it's shutting off.
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  14. CountMike said:
    Vid0 should be about 1.4v under load, no wonder it's shutting off.


    Sorry cpu vids are 1.3875...i saw vin0 under board
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  15. CountMike said:
    Vid0 should be about 1.4v under load, no wonder it's shutting off.


    should I change my psu??
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