So Everytime I try to load up a game my PC reboots. i came to the conclusion that this was my GPU's fault since this did not happen when I later uninstalled my GPU. Now, I contacted EVGA to seek help and the agent asked me what my Power Supply was and what the Voltage is for the +12V reading. It was 11.5 to 11.59 and that it was too low.
I will be buying a new power supply soon to see if it will cause Reboots but at this point I need more people's opinion. Is that 12V reading unusual and should I conclude that my PSU is horseshit?
GPU: GTX 750 Ti 2Gb
MOBO: Asus A78M-A
CPU: AMD A-10 7850K
PSU: CX 430
RAM: G.Skill Sniper Series 2133 (2x4) 8Gb
Technically it is still in spec, but barely... Spec is +/- 5% so 11.4-12.6V, but your voltage generally drops when under heavier load so as soon as you were to load up the CPU and GPU you would likely see your voltage drop out of spec. Swap out the PSU for a different one, but you should still be able to RMA that one, possibly sell its replacement on ebay or the like.