So, here's the deal.
I've downloaded Hitfilm on my brand new desktop PC, and I'm running into a terrifying issue right off the bat with Hitfilm Express 2017 that causes my entire PC to BSOD and restart without warning and without slowdown.
When exporting a video, and the one I'm exporting is a measly 1:45 still image montage with a music track, the program runs fine for a bit before my entire PC suddenly reboots, possibly due to a BSOD. My specs are as follows:
AMD Ryzen 5 1600X 3.6GHz (Hexa Core) × 1
MSI A320M Pro-VD Plus[Max 2 Sticks of Memory] × 1
8GB (2x4GB) DDR4 2133Mhz × 1
Geforce GTX 1060 6GB × 1
EVGA 500 Watt 80 Plus × 1
I'm running Windows 10. As far as I've monitored, there's no spike in heat that I can see, and if there is one, it's so quick there's zero warning or documentation. There was a post about some program software messing with the motherboard on the PC, but I couldn't find any such program or any related files. All my drivers are up to date, and any games I play run fine without crashing. (The most stressful game I've tested is CS:GO so far though, and I assume that's pretty easy.)
I've read it might be an issue with the power supply, but a 500w, according to a calculator, should be just fine for me, even running 24/7. CPU fan is running at 100%, and that's around 2500 rpm, which I know is low, but my PC seems to peak at around 34 degrees Celsius, even when the fan is straight off.
I'm looking for any solution to this problem, as I can't afford to buy other video editing software and I'm not sure if this is a PC problem or the software's problem. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thank you,