If you look at what my BIOS reads (i.e. the temp shown on AI booster) - i'm at 28c idle and 41c at full load using Intel TAT. Intel TAT loads both cores @ 100% so that is the highest temperature I would ever likely see (Actually, probably never see).
From what I understand Intel TAT takes the temperature from inside the cores and will typically be 15c hotter than what the BIOS shows. BTW - please correct my if I'm wrong. Like I said, I don't want to fry my new system.
Dovii, your timings are correct. As per the Core 2 Duo Temperature Guide, your Tjunction temps are borderline for your clock and Vcore, but are OK. I recommend that you run Core Temp with TAT, and instead use the temps from Core Temp for reference. As Core Temp compensates ~2c higher than TAT for the Integrated Heat Spreader, this will yield a more standardized set of values.
ItzSS, your load temp is inaccurate. Please read the Guide, then post complete results and variables, and I'll be glad to help you.
ive got an almost identical setup... i have a gigabyte DS 3 board instead, but that shouldnt play much of a factor... you are running about 10 degrees hotter than i am so im wondering what you might have done that is causing that ... i idle at about 31 and load out at like 55... at least according to core temp, im gonna download tat now and check it for ya... also, are you using the windows software to OC or the bios?