Make sure these values are all set from auto to 100. Otherwise they will increase with the FSB, leading to possible system instability.
PCIe x16_1 & x16_2, MHz 
PCIe x16_3, MHz 
SPP<->MCP Ref Clock, MHz 
Yeah that's 1.42v WIth vDroop, which is nuts. As aramil said, lower it to about 1.35 and test for stability. You'll notice that your Load Temps are a lot lower with the decreased Vcore. It would be nice to know what your Q6600's VID is.
CPU Core [1.35]
Take for example my Q6600 with has a VID of 1.325. That's the high end in so far as Q6600 VIDs go. High VID is pretty lame. Basically, someone with lower VID may be able to reach an overclock with a VCore of 1.30 that you wouldn't be able to reach without increasing your VCore to 1.36. That's just a rough example obviously. More VCore equals more heat. It's no fun.
What is VID?
I lowered my voltage and just started running prime. I'll let it sit overnight.
As for my case, I'm thinking it could definitely be the problem. I ordered a corsair 600T in white and I should get it before the weekend. I hope to move everything into the new case and keep working with you guys. I hope you stick around.