Ive done a clean reinstall of win7, ran memtest86 multiple times and done numbers of other tests and updates. Basically the computer just randomly freezes and I cannot do anything to get it to respond so I have to hold the power button down and restart.
On a different forum I posted a shot of my HWMonitor and someone pointed out that my core voltage was high. He told me to reset my bios and pull the cmos battery for 10mins. Which I did both and logged back on and opened HWMonitor and my voltage was the same.
HP is the only option for BIOS and you can not tweak anything! So you are stuck with what you got, it is very likely that the program is reporting wrong (looking at your temps) other programs like coretemp or speedfan could give you a second opinion.
I'd guess PS, personally. Your 3.3 is reading 2.77, which is 17% off.
ATX spec iirc only allows for + or - 5% on the 3.3, which should mean a minimum of 3.135 VDC.
Shame the BIOS doesn't have a HW tab. Do you have a multimeter?
Could the 2.77v mean a possibly bad power supply? I dont know if that would cause my random freezing issue though, would it?
Sweet. Try checking the voltages yourself, while the machine is under load, just to make sure that HWMonitor is accurate.
That said, in my experience - low voltages usually indicate a failing PS, and a bad PS can most definitely cause all sorts of weirdness and flakiness, up to and including random freezes. Some of the most baffling things I have ever seen or heard about were ultimately attributed to a bad PS.