Well, admittedly no - I haven't used any monitoring software because I figure they just put on more load. I would need something that shows me my CPU temps and speeds while in full-screen, so CPU-Z doesn't suffice I suppose.
According to the Task Manager it get's up to the point that it should. Speeds vary between 1.8Ghz and 4.5Ghz usually.
That said, even if there was throttling, what more could I do about it, besides maintaining it like I have? All I can think of it to cool the room I play in more, but if this room was any cooler I'd be wearing a sweater :P
I guess I could use that CPU testing software again. I used it ages ago to test my overclocking. The one that puts the CPU under a load for benchmarking. What was it called again?
But again, can't see anything more I can do for it physically without taking it to uncomfortable levels.