And after about a week of off and on play, I had a few hours to actually let the computer run up for several hours continuously. I noticed a couple of errors popping up for me by the Asus "Probe II" (voltage reader) saying that the 5V rail dropped down to 1.080 volts and the VCore dropping down to 0.0V and the 12V dropping down to 5ish. Is this a case of a faulty PSU or something different?
Thankfully these never happened at the same time and these would last for maybe half a second or so and my computer would not re-boot, as i've seen on many of these posts about under-volting of a PSU.
Thanks in advance for your help
P.S. If the above link does not work, below is the plain text version:
If you observe this with a multimeter go out immediately and buy a lottery ticket. In all probability these voltage drops (if they are real) are occurring too fast to be seen with a meter. If I were you I would seek out other users of the utility for guidance. You could also replace the PSU with a known good one and see if the drop outs persist.