I had my computer bsod installing mastercam. Turns out it's an issue with their HASP driver (something the program uses as copy protection) and I'm guessing it's a low level driver. Never had my computer restart or bsod otherwise.issues like this can be a pain in the ass to troubleshoot. i even read in a very renown computer magazine they could not fix a simmilar issue.
HOWEVER: its NOT the game. an application just can not hard reset windows 10. neither can an application trigger a bsod on a stable system. if you get these issues, there is something wrong with the system - either hardware or low level drivers (though these drivers usually are certified and microsoft claims these can not crash a system).
only way to troubleshoot this was to swap out one component after another and see if the problem persists. but of course, most of us do not have multiple motherboards, gpu, psu and memory sticks laying around just for the case something needs testing.
its also worth a shot to see if there are driver updates for your chipset.
if its the hardware, at least there are more and less likely reasons. indeed the psu and heat levels is what i would test first, but its also possible that thermal expansion triggers loss of conductivity or a short circuit somewhere.
i whish you good luck finding your issue. i doubt its one that can be fixed remotely.