Fun fact about my IDE cable, it goes to a master drive but the slave port isn't plugged into anything. I doubt this has anything to do with the errors aforementioned but could that cause my computer to be unstable?
Also there are 2 12V Rails going from the PSU to the graphics card. The reason for 2 being the card requires 18AMPs on the 12V rail, the only way I could accomplish this was by using 2x12V rails (the man at Microcenter told me that if one rail did not have the amps required by the graphics card the combined effort of 2 rails could more than total the Amperage requirements.
My system specs are as follows:
Windows 7 64-bit
1TB HDD (2 Partitions, 1 partition deleted but still getting option to choose duplicate operating system on bootup)
CPU: AMD Phenom II x4 955 @3.2Ghz
GFX: NVIDIA GTX460 - 256-interface(by SVGA)
Power Supply: Fatal1ty 750W PSU (Modular cables, 1 12v to supply all power to MB and fans and LEDs, 2 12v rails to the one gfx card)
Motherboard: MSI 790GX-G65 (Bought off ebay used only once to update bios, or so said the seller)
RAM: 8GB DDR3 1333Mhz (2x 4GB sticks - have 2 open RAM slots, also bought off ebay - only mentioned because its a concern)
I thought this might be worth mentioning: The 1 12v rail that is attached to the main peripherals looks kind of messy, like there's a lot of things connected at once and just looks kind of messy.
I tried to give as much detailed information as possible. I hope someone will know what steps to take in getting this machine to run STABLE. I'm not afraid to try new hardware at this point because I really want this project to be a success. If no one here can help me please point me in the direction to which topic this should be under or another source of computer enthusiasts.