Okay, After tweaking with my build for a few months, I've stumbled opon some instability. (Both with new and old overclock settings, where it wasn't unstable before.) I lowered the clock speed for 1:1 with RAM.
Currently running a GA-P35-DS3L, e2180, 2GB Crucial Ballistix DDR2 800, x1900xt, and a Silverstone OP650 power supply.
I had a similar problem. Turned out that just the one RAM chip was faulty. Does your computer kick you out of problems without Windows or the program itself asking to send off a bug report? As if the program wasn't running in the first place?
Plus Lupiron is right. My Q6600(266*9) is running at 3200mhz(400*8) but 'My Computer/Properties' reports it as a 3.6ghz (400*9). Windows seems to just use the processors default multiplier instead of checking the current multiplier.
Edit: Your vCore seems rather high. My quad is only using 1.28 volts.
Hm.... odd thing just happened. Went to do a reboot, after stress-testing the original overclock settings, which oddly worked, it got stuck in an infinite boot cycle! (Wait, that just ended as I finished typing this....)
Scans Hard drive for BIOS image, seems to find it, then tries to restore from it. Reboots after a minute or so.
Now that that seems over, it booted fine, got a totally fresh BIOS (No saved changes). Anyone have an idea of why it decided it need to refresh the BIOS? (And is this a sign that I may need to update said BIOS/RMA motherboard?)
Current version of the BIOS is F7, might it be worthwhile to upgrade to the F8b version?
Well, I updated the BIOS to the newest version, and it still wants to, on ocassion, restore itself from the image on the hard disk. Seems to me to be something bad on the motherboard, like say, the BIOS chip, might be causing this....