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Or we just have good IHS to die contact.

Doesn't explain high voltages...

There are some chips that have both low voltages and good temps, some with low voltages with bad temps, and just like ours, I guess.
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True

I was worried that something was wrong with this board. It was almost $200 and I probably could have done fine with a $125-$150 board but I was drawn to the features on this model. I was worried I had to RMA. That's not the issue anymore, and I guess I can't RMA the CPU, technically nothing is wrong with it.

I'm just happy that there are no issues and everything is working as it should.
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