God I hope I at least get an answer from the community.
since you say it's been getting progressively worse and you've reinstalled windows, then it's almost certainly a hardware issue. it could be a gpu (faulty hdmi/dvi/vga port, broken solder ball on vrm or mosfet caused by excessive temperature fluctuations), electricity, monitor cable and/or gpu temperature issue
is your PSU at least 600W and did you remember to plug in your 6+8-pin connector to your gpu?
download open hardware monitor or gpu-z and monitor your gpu temperature when running a game that causes the blackouts. how high does the temperature get? does it appear to you the blackouts are caused by a certain temperature range that's reached or simply from high gpu usage?
have you tried older versions of nvidia gpu driver?
do you have a different hdmi/dvi cable and gpu hdmi/dvi port you can try?
>Windows 10 Home 64-bit
>actually paying for windows, and it's the shitty home version
>Serial Number: [redacted]
might wanna delete your pastebin
>ASUS DRW-24F1ST d
do people still use optical discs in 2020?
*gives reddit gold*FortuneObjects on your screen are closer than they appear.(YOLO)
I never paid for Windows.
What is the issue with serial number?
I did not assemble this computer btw from parts I bought the computer with all its parts already assembled and everything for an incredible price at the time.