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The reason it's in 79-81c is because of a faulty sensor though.

The real temperature is bound to be different.
 

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Pretty good motherboard, still.

Had a duuh-moment. Well, as I said before. You shouldn't have to replace the TIM. Haven't had any issues at all even if I've wiggled it around. If you take the heat sink off, then you should replace the TIM. Been overclocking x2s, x3s and now the x4. Unlocked the x3.. Memory oc'ing..It's been thru a lot. No problems whatsoever.
 
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