So there are a few things to check for, and think about.
First of all, other than your twelve volt rail being a little higher than usual, none of your voltages are too high, to my knowledge. Your CPU should be fine as long as your voltage does not exceed about 1.35V
I'm not as concerned about that, because often times the voltage sensors that programs like this read often, frankly, suck. The best way to get an accurate reading of your voltage is to do it yourself (with a voltage probe). That said, +/- 0.3 volts is pretty typical in my experience with programs that use the sensors.
As far as what you can check for right now:
1. I see that AIDA has a temperature monitor, and that it displays the temps in a graph format. See if you can get it to either display the graphics card temperature, or get another program that will show it to you. HWmonitor is probably easier to use for that, though feel free to use whatever program you like. This particular GPU has a few issues with its fans dying from time to time. Check to make sure both fans are running (perhaps leave the side of the case open while you run a game). If the fans aren't working, you'll certainly have issues with overheating (which can cause all kinds of crazy crap to happen).
2. Update your graphics card drivers, if you haven't already. They should be available from the MSI website.
3. Run a benchmark program focused on CPU usage. I'm not overly familiar with aida, so if it just tests either component one at a time then disregard this. It's important to single out the component having the problem. So if neither of the above solutions help any, it might be good to test other components, just to make sure I'm not barking up the wrong tree with the graphics card, especially since the CPU you have also has a graphics component to it.
Come to think of it, are you certain your computer is running the games with your GPU? It's possible that it is somehow trying to use the built-in Intel HD graphics, which would probably not be able to run your games full res. Check in control panel -> device manager -> display adapters and make sure that you see your 560ti there.
A couple questions:
Are you able to tell from aida what stress test caused the hardware to fail?
What version of windows are you running?
Has the system worked prior to this, or is this a recently built/bought system?
Hopefully we can get this sorted out for you soon! Try those and we'll go from there.
EDIT: One last thing: Make sure you aren't inadvertantly running MSI Afterburner. This is a program that can overclock your GPU that came with the card. I doubt this would be a problem, since I'm pretty sure you have to set it manually, but you never know.
Edited by FlutterVeiss, 24 September 2012 - 01:33 AM.