Here I have some links for you where you can get information and steps about the problem you are having:
Also you can check these too:
It is important to say that normal temperatures on processors may vary depending on the usage of it but it is used to be between the 42 and 75C. If it goes above 75 it is necessary to check the heat sink and do the steps provided in the links.
Reinstalled the cpu cooler and reapplied thermal paste. Now it is running about 73-75C, 78C on heavier maps. Considering it is 34C outsideway better
Edit : Idle temps 40 - 44C
Edit 2: Unfortunately after a few more time temps started to climb up again. 83-85C.
This sounds identical to what's happening with my 4770K. I've already returned one of them as I was nervous about the idle temperatures being between 45-55*C and the gaming temps being over 80*. I am using stock cooler, stock settings, and everything is up to date in regards to the BIOS. My second 4770K was great for about a week, it would idle around 30* and max out at 70*, but here we are again and it's idling over 50 and reaching 85 while gaming. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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It happened to me as well, but with a different processor, i7-4771. It seems that my motherboard had a cooling profile in BIOS and it was set to quiet mode, which means that the fan started reving up at high temperatures only.
I'm using an air cooler, Noctua NH-L12, and after changing the cooling profile in BIOS for a more aggressive cooling profile my temperature is around 58-59 while running Prime95 under full load.
Check your cooling profile in BIOS and/or software. I don't know how Corsair H60 works, but I guess the fan and the water pump are controlled by the motherboard as well.
It is necessary to do all the steps provided before in this thread. In the case that all the steps has been done, I recommend you contacting the place of purchase or the Intel® Local Support for further instructions or a possible replacement.