So I decided to run a memtest86 test because my files seem to always become corrupt and I heard that in a lot of these cases it is something to do with the RAM
This was happening to me for a few months, so I decided to reformat my computer, however this seems to have not worked as it still causes most of my files to become corrupt.
I ran memtest86 for a few hours and jotted down the results of said test, I have no idea what any of this means, so perhaps someone here could be kind enough to help me out with my problems and what I should do next, etc.
Any errors means something is wrong, so you've clearly got something wrong. This happens a lot with OCZ RAM. Go into your BIOS and set the RAM/DIMM voltage to the spec voltage printed on your RAM modules. If there's no spec voltage printed on the modules, contact OCZ to find out the spec voltage.
Your PS is pretty low quality, too. There's an outside chance that's causing problems.