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I have a problem with my new PC that I build 4 months ago. When I play games like CS GO and Rainbow six the computer shouts itself down and the fans start working very fast and loud. I tried turning on v-sink in games and that kinda helped but its still turning off. I also tried cleaning the dust off but that didn't help, and my GPU and CPU temps are OK never above 50C. When I watch videos and program on it its working fine. My PC specs are:
CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 1600X
GPU: ASUS Radeon RX 580 8GB
RAM: G.skill Trident Z RGB 3200MHz 16 GB
Motherboard: ASUS ROG strix x470-i gaming
PSU: EVGA 650 GQ 80+ gold 650w
Cooler: NZXT kraken m22
Case: NZXT Manta
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Not including the powersupply fan, how many fans are in the case?

Is the cpu overclocked? Adjust freq to 80% of what it is now, and seenif you get a different result. You will not see any differences in the performance.
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Without the powersupply and GPU there are 3 fans in the case and the CPU is not overclocked
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Thank you. When you installed the fans, are they all blowing the same direction? So in other words, do the ones in front pull air from the case, or from fresh air? Then the same for any that are opposite. So if the front is pulling from case, the rear should be pulling fresh. Can you verify this? Also, take cover off and run it open. Does it run longer?

Once again, adjust freq to 80% and see if it stays stable.