So i've been having some freezes here and there. After checking out my temps (normal), my memory (ran memtest x86 for 3 hours with no problems) and a cpu stress test (also, no problems), I decided to check my voltages using Speedfan. Here are the results:
+12V: 9.54V (This is my concern area)
-5V: -6.05V (This as well)
I don't think this is normal, correct? I'm running a 650W Corsair PSU into a Q6600 running at stock speeds, on an EVGA 780i SLI FTW motherboard, with a Geforce260GTX 218-core also running at stock speeds. Could this account for my random freezes?
In Speedfan, it's testing the Winbond W83627DHG and LM78 chips (whatever those are). I'll check with my BIOS and see what it's reporting in a second.
CPU Core: 1.28V
CPU FSB: 1.19V
+3.3V Dual: 3.28V (yea I don't know the difference either)
Vbat: 3.08V (another reading I'm not gonna pretend I know anything about)
Edit 3: More Info
For those of you not willing to read the comments, here's a quoted version of some other things probably related to my issue:
"I know that all too well. It started out as my computer freezing when I would be playing certain games (SW:TOR and LA Noire do this very effectively. Skyrim and Fallout not so much). I had my video card and cpu under monitor the last few times I was playing those games, but nothing seemed out of the ordinary. I then opened up my case to do some checking of the power cables and to see if I had any puffy capacitors. Everything checked out okay. I left the computer without power for about 3-4 hours. When I plugged it back in, however, it started showing signs of sluggishness. The symptoms were many: It took a while to read my drives (froze while reading an HDD once), then when it did start up, it froze for a bit, then reset my video card driver. Then it started freezing and being really slow in general, a lot more than usual. I decided to let it rest with power for a while and see if that (somehow) fixed things. I slept and returned 8 hours later to find those other issues had went away (only a couple hiccups relating to those since then). Now we're back to the normal freezing. I have a weird issue, I know. I think it's my mobo."