Oh and first i was using the Reserator 3 Max at a solid 50 degrees and when the overheating occurred "in about 50 mins from first built" i restarted my pc and when it turned back on the temperatures of 90 plus started to take place. I then removed this cooler and cleaned the cpu from the thermal paste and installed the default free heatsink provided by intel. this had no affect on the overheating.
Please make sure the heatsink is securely integrated. When properly installed, the heatsink should not wiggle or shake if you attempt to move it; the pins should not come up if you try to pull them up.
You may also update and/or reset the system BIOS.
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