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TSGoofy: Thank you very much for contacting the Intel® Processors communities. We are sorry to hear the processor is not working as expected.
In regard to your inquiry, remember that altering clock frequency or voltage may damage or reduce the useful life of the processor and other system components, and may reduce system stability and performance. Product warranties may not apply if the processor is operated beyond its specifications.
The processor base frequency is 3.60 GHz and the Max turbo boost frequency is 4.30 GHz, but the max turbo frequency works automatically depending on the load of work on the PC at that specific moment, so is the processor itself that decides when to reach that value. Oveclocking the unit to 4.5GHz is actually a big change for the processor so the high temperatures are expected:
The fact that the processor passed the Intel® PDT test is actually really good, it indicates that it should be working fine, however since it reached 104 °C some features on it might not be working as they should. Since you already tried most of the steps we recommend for this scenario, the next thing to do, if you have the option of course, will be to swap parts, either to test your processor on a different board or test your board with a different processor.
Any further questions, please let me know.
The option to swap parts out would be very difficult for me as I dont know anyone else around me with this chipset. If I was to put it into another MB and it works fine, how would I go about fixing the problem for myself? You mention I did 'most' of the troubleshooting, any other suggestions?
EDIT: Reinstalling Windows 10 fixed my problem, Not sure what exactly went wrong but everything runs perfectly now.