Originally Posted by PizzaMan
heh, mine was at 100C this morning @ idle.
That temp should be cooler than your core temps. If you draw 2 lines corner to corner on the cpu's heat spreader, this is the temp at the crossing of those 2 lines. So, it should be, at least, 4 or 5 degrees below the core temps. It's possible that, for some reason, that this sensor is stuck. Reboot computer and check again.
Here's an example of mine idling at 4.01ghz. Don't check my core temps, my core sensors are stuck at 47 and 42 on idle.
BTW, if you see that tcase (cpu temp) is always that high, reseat your cpu cooler.