Giant spin Hall effect (GSHE) has received significant attention for its potential in future spintronic applications. Spin current via GSHE-based thin films provides an effective and promising means to manipulate magnetization. However, an external in-plane magnetic field is required to consistently switch the perpendicular magnetic moment. We present an approach to realize field-free deterministic perpendicular magnetic switching with a new structure of FM/NM/FM. Our method takes advantage of the large spin Hall angle of transition metal β-W, so that the critical switching current density is only on the order of 106A/cm2 in the absence of magnetic field.