I've been told that this CPU can handle core temperatures up to 100°C perfectly fine.
Is this true?
Japanese‘s testing proved the point the 4570r’s Power consumption is much better than A-10 7850k. they said BRIX Pro 4570r‘s max power consumption is 80-90w ,but i don't know the max temp,so i;m sorry i can't help you
some Chinese businessman told me Gigabyte BRIX Pro 4770R have the Version that have no fan on radiator.
maybe i should buy one to see whether i meet the same problem
I understand cpu temperature exceeds maximum readings.
Have in mind your processor model can handle temperatures up to 66.45°C.
This means you may have a problem with your software readings or you need to update BIOS for your computer.
In addition to that there are several steps you can try to determine that your processor faces overheating issues: