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e5200 astronomical temps

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swifttech gtz
mcb655 (forgot exact name of the pump)
and a thin-ish 360 rad with 3x 80cfm fans

cpu hits 86c both cores @ 1.464v 4000mhz 12.5x321

could it be that i applied the AS5 wrong?
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The block probably isnt seated correctly.
    
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Guess I have to take the board off to re do the seating. Screwed the block down more (for some reason was not screwed in properly) and the temps are still high. This time they hit 91c
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Took the board out, and it turns out there was some crappy white thermal paste on there for some reason. Cleaned it off of the cpu/block and put on some AS5. Now with fresh AS5 it is reading 70c/70c to 71c/71c max. Since it is fresh paste, should my temps drop once it cures, and how big of a drop should I expect?
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