I was doing something very memory and CPU intensive (garrys mod with an ass load of glitchy physics addons) when my computer suddenly shut off and rebooted, first back into the BIOS (MSI 790FX GD70 motherboard w/ Phenom II x4 AMD Black Edition 955 processor). It reported some 'hypertransport sync flood error on boot' and gave me an option to resume.
Windows booted fine, I further researched the error to have come from the north bridge and had something to do, possibly, with voltage not being in sync with clock speed of the bridge. I doubt it was a problem with the memory due to not having noticed any errors with my memory, plus gmod has been acting very odd and crash happy with me lately.
Does anyone thing that this is likely going to be a repeating error or just a one time thing? I do admit that this is the first serious hardware error I have had in nearly two years of owning my computer. I've got almost 10 hours of error free 'uptime' as we speak...
I admit I am fairly savvy with computers, but not enough to be dealing with voltage and odd/large hardware issues :P