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So I swapped them out and tested it and I got relatively the same min and max temps for all four cores with a max temp of 57 degrees (again!). So for my trouble I get the satisfaction of proper airflow direction and another cut from the CPU heatsink.

Awesome.
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At least you tried and you're done now.
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I know this no longer applies to the op, but anyone else in this position, You don't want to take off your heat sink and reseat it without cleaning off the paste and reapplying new paste, as it introduces air bubbles between the sink/cpu heat spreader.
    
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I know this no longer applies to the op, but anyone else in this position, You don't want to take off your heat sink and reseat it without cleaning off the paste and reapplying new paste, as it introduces air bubbles between the sink/cpu heat spreader.

Bit late now, lol, but yes. I couldn't agree more.
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The stock cooler is really designed for chips like the i3s and Pentiums. Not for the HT quads. Intel knows that anybody buying one of these chips is going to be putting it under a custom heatsink, so they don't waste their money on anything fancy for us. There are various words on the internet suggesting that Intel may either be not including a heatsink with the high end chips, or possibly including something like an H60 that can actually handle the heat. Either way, get rid of it as soon as possible.
Stock cooler works fine for stock cpu...
It's getting 100°C because he didn't replace the TIM.
That's it.
Don't forget 2600K is 95 TDP: it's not getting as hot as prevous generation.

You can evenget a 4GHz stable OC with stock cooler and stock volt usually (or just a slight bump).
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