Hi, I have an update
I opened up the case and removed the heatsink.
gee, there was far too much thermal grease I guess. Some of it even spilled over to the sides of the CPU. I was too scared of unmounting the CPU for fear of messing up with the pins. I cleaned the cpu surface with some paper (metro ticket ;D ) as well as the surface of the heatsink removing nearly all of the grease. A very thin layer must have stayed on since I did't want to mess around with solvents over my mobo. I applied a small droplet of Arctic silver 5 on it and placed the heatsink back on.
Right now the system seems to be running at slightly lower temperatures on full CPU load. Average temperature at idle is around 36 C and at full capacity the temeperatures range from 69 to 62c according to the various cores.
Please consider I didn't allow the burn-in time of the grease to elapse.
I have read some forum concerning the voltage settings but I honestly did not understand anything of it .
Did I do something wrong again? Is there some settings I should change in the bios or in the MOBO overclock program concerning voltage?
Here are the current settings I have in Asus TurboV Evo:
Blck frequency 100,3 MHZ
CPU Voltage: 1.165v
DDR Voltage: 1.5v
Vccsa voltage 0.9250
Vccio voltage 1.05
CPU PLL: 1.8V
PCH Voltage 1.05
Please let me know what you think.
it seems perfectly fine to me, my temperatures reach up to 79-85c on 100% load but on idle they are 25c
right now my settings are
cpu clock 5041mhz
memory 4gb @2000mhz
cpu vcore 1.55v