I started by disconnecting everything except the C drive, video card and memory. It still rebooted. I ran Memtest and it did two full passes (about 2 hours) with no problem. I then decided to replace the video card (Nvidia 5700) with a new 6200 I had lying around. It seemed to work fine for a few days then it began rebooting again. I put a brand new C drive in and loaded a fresh copy of Windows. As I was doing the security updates it rebooted again. I was starting to worry it was either the Mobo or CPU, which are only about a year old. I downloaded Everest monitor to see what the power sensors showed. The voltages all seem low (CPU Core = 1.4V, +2.5V = 1.4V, +3.3V = 2.5V, +5V fluctuates between 4.4V and 5.3V and the +12V V is wildly fluctuating between 6.5V and 11.4V). The +12V seems way to low most of the time, usually around 7V-8V on average. Could this be the cause of my problems?
Here are the system specs:
Mobo = PCChips M860
CPU = AMD 64 3700+
RAM = 1 GB Corsair
Video = Nvidia GeForce 6200
Sound Card = Creative XFi Audigy
HDD = WD 160GB
The system temps are: mobo around 35 C and CPU around 50 C (Is that too high under no stress??). The CPU fan and heatsink is a thermaltake running at about 1875 RPM.
I'm praying its the Power Supply, but would appreciate any input before I buy a new one. The wide voltage fluctuation really has steered me towards that conclusion, but I'd like the advice of a pro.
Thanks for all your help in the past, present and future!