My main gaming rig has been giving me fits lately. It will randomly shut off when it gets a decent load on it. And by shutdown, I mean no warning like you get with a driver issue, it just shuts right off. There is also a slight burnt smell around the computer itself. I've been using it for bitcoin mining 24/7 for the last 6 months at 630-660W from the wall with no issue. In the past I have also done benchmarking runs with everything maxed out and the PSU had no problem handling ~950W from the wall. PSU is an Enermax 1050W Revolution. I eased up on overclocking the videocards but I still get crashes if two or more cards have a heavy load. CPU and GPUs are watercooled so load temps are 39-40C. I tried using BlueScreen Viewer to see what the error log said but the last crash it has recorded was back in December due to AMD drivers (pushed the overclock too much). All signs seem to point to a PSU going bad but I thought I'd pick your collective brains before I send it in for RMA.