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G0 Q6600 Temperatures way too high?

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I just got a q6600 G0 and I am idling at 40-43 degrees on 2 of the cores, and 32-34 degrees on the other 2 cores.
My ambient temps are low, say around 20 degrees and under that, so i dont know whats up.
Any suggestions?
1.3Volts on the fsb 1.38 volts on the cpu core.
Running stable at 3.1Ghz
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Idle temps tell us nothing you'll need to download prime95 v25.6 and load it with Small FFT for 15mins.
http://www.overclock.net/downloads/137251-prime95.html

Your core difference is way to much, I don't think you applied thermal paste correctly, I'd reseat. Check the AS5 site for instructions on applying thermal paste for quad cores.
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Yeah I need to buy some more thermal paste if im going to re-apply.
What would you clean the old paste of with, and would you recommend lapping the heatsink?
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white spirit from a pharmacy is what i use to clean the thermal grease.
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