Weren't you the one having problems with CPUID's hardware monitor showing 10 degrees more than OHM? So maybe it's just vice-versa, and the other program was right all along.
What does it say when you right click on one of the temp readings and select parameters (at least I think that's how it was called, currently on iPad)? You can set the TjMax value there, which should be at 105 for Ivy Bridge.
Quote:More like the wrong thread.
Though there really isn't much you'll be able to do if you cannot alter the Vcore. Like Ivy Bridge, each chip behaves differently, and yours doesn't seem to perform too well on stock voltage (but that doesn't necessarily mean it can't reach higher clocks).
And according to a quick 2 minute Google search, the G41M-VS3 simply doesn't allow you to set the the Vcore, so unless you want to mod your board directly by soldering some resistors, you're out of luck with that board I'm afraid.