In regard to your inquiry, according to the specifications of the processor, inside the case could reach up to 74.04°C and that is normal, so based on that it seems the processor is working fine.
Now, if the processor is reaching 90 or 95 those are risky temperatures and in that case there might be a problem with the PC.
If the PC is getting freeze, throttling or if it goes off by itself, those are symptoms of overheating, if the PC is not doing that, then it should be working fine.
We do have a tool to test the processor, it does an overall test including the temperature test, here is the link to install it, is the Intel® Processor Diagnostics Tool, and if the processor passed the test it means it is working fine:
About the question of how to get the proper BIOS settings, in order to get that information you just need to get in contact with MSI directly, since they are the manufacturer of the board they have all the details about the BIOS on it:
MSI’s phone number: 1 626-271-1004
MSI’s support site: https://us.msi.com/support
Any further questions, please let me know.
Sorry for the inactivity of this post I have ran the diagnostics tools and it passed all tests so cpu is fine and I am still waiting for MSI to get back to me regarding about the BIOS setting
Thanks for the troubleshooting and diagnostics
I have received information from MSI and I have applied the settings needed for the CPU and motherboard. I believe that the CPU is fine without MSI settings but made no difference so I am going to leave it as it is.
As am used to my i5 4690k load temp under 70'c I believe i7s is a hot processor
Thank you very much for letting us know those details.
We are sorry to hear that the MSI BIOS settings did not fixed the situation, we understand and respect your decision, even though it is reaching 70°C that is still expected, so as you mentioned we can say it is a hot processor.
Just in case, remember that the warranty on the processor with Intel is for 3 years.
Any other inquiry, do not hesitate in contact us again.