My computer started shutting down about a month ago especially when playing high performance games. It never used to happen as I was able to play games like Fallout or COD fine, but now I can barely run SC2 without it shutting down in 5 minutes.
The specs for my computer are as follows:
Mobo: EVGA nForce 680i SLI
CPU: Intel Quad Q6600
GPU: EVGA GeForce 8800GT 512mb
Ram: 4gb, 2 modules of DDR2 SDAM
Harddrives: WD 400gb, Seagate 1tb, and WD Black 1tb
Optical Drives: 1 DVD+-RW Drive
PSU: OCZ StealthXStream 600W
I cleaned out all the dust from my computer, and my cpu/psu/gpu fans are all spinning fine. I'm pretty sure my PSU is sufficient so I think it may be an overheating issue. My motherboard is around 42 degrees, CPU at 51 degrees, GPU around 57 when watching a movie on my computer. My GPU runs to about 85 during games and my computer will shut down. I usually don't have time to check what the other temps are but are these too high?
Thanks in advance