This is why i said cooling. This is not under load right? Meanign this is jsut when the system is ilde. Not doing anything. If you put it under load like you do while watching videos this number jumps up and that could cause the rest of the system to heat up and cause the crash.
The voltages look like every other system. Cause that is the most common setup for voltages for every PSU out there. It is just the Watts that your PSU has that makes me wonder. It is only at 380W which is really low. Even Dell PC's have over 400W now. And they dont run much stuff.
The hard disks should be fine. They MIGHT
have gotten corrupt from the abrupt shut down but that is highly
As long as there is no corruption you wont need to format. As i previously said it is highly unlikely that you system got corrupted from just 1 shut down. I ahve had my system crash on me a few dozen times and still never had corruption.
eXtreme Power Supply Calculator v2.5
That is the best way to test your system. You need to add up the voltage being used by everything and then compare it to what your system is putting out. A PSU calculator is the best way to get that done. I linked to one of them. Thru google there is a long list of them available.