In this case, your best support will be your system manufacturer as they are more familiar with your system and how the components interact with each other.
The temperature for this processor is 100°C and the processor can work with this temperature without problems, if your system is overheating it will shutdown to prevent your system from any damage.
You can see the processor specifications here:
Now, if you are oveclocking the processor, please bear in mind that we don’t support oveclocking because the processor will be running out of the specifications and overheating or any unstable behavior can happen.
If you are getting that information from Dell, then it is most likely accurate because they are more familiar with their systems configuration. If Dell is assuring that, perhaps they have tested that configuration but we cannot guarantee that.
Thank for your reply,
Ok, I thought those temps (97°C) were a bit "High" for a stock clocked processor with an advertised high end cooling system.
But if you say it isn't ... It's cool .
What about the core's temp discrepancy ? They were stressed with 8 Threads of OCCT workload and core 0 is 14° warmer than core 3. Is it ok ?
I learned a lot. I thought 100°C was only fine to cook noodles and core temps discrepency the result of cooling system's flaws.
It looks like i was wrong, Intel's CPUs have really evolved a lot since the last decade.
Maybe CPU enthusiasts should rethink their usual recommandations about overheating and stuff don't you think ? Aspecially with all those soldered BGA products to come in the market.
Thanks anyway. At least, you answered.