Recently I have had an issue with my system. The symptoms are that the monitor (LG W2361) will cut out. As in the display will just go off. I cannot then turn the display back on without unplugging the power cable. and plugging back in. This started happening about a month ago and the first time it happened I couldn't get the display back for about an hour. Figured the monitor had just died. I did manage to get it back on but over the course of the next few weeks it randomly did the same thing though when it happens now I can just unplug/plug and it will come straight back. It's probably happened about 6 times now. I did all sorts of things to try and rectify it. New power cable, different display cable. Reset to factory. Blew out the vents to remove any dust (it was very warm when it started happening). For the last week or so it has appeared fine though yesterday I did have an issue where the power button stopped responding. And just now I turned it off accidentally by knocking the power button and couldn't turn it back on. So I am pretty sure it is the monitor that has an issue and not another more expensive component in the rig Likely related to overheating. If it dies completely I'll buy another monitor but I rather not if I don't have to. I want to have two systems eventually - one for media/games and one for general work. That way if I have issues like this it makes it much easier to test components and find out which one is faulty. So does anybody have an idea what the specific issue might be? This is an old display TBF, probably 6-7 years - do monitors have an expected life.