Whoops sorry bout the OC... I use Speedfan but since you have i7 you should use Real Temp, although there are a lot of monitor software out there. Some i7 CPU's get up to 70c under load and your chipset can survive up to 80c-85c (probly not too good for it though eh)
Check out your chipset temps with Real Temp and case temps. Gigabyte makes awesome boards IMO I use the GA790x-UD4P for my Ph II X4 720, and I OC the heck out of it. But like I said air flow in the case is important for those heatpipes to cool everything down.
so 1) check out Real Temp (its free whoo hoo)
2) make sure lots of air can flow past your south/northbridge heatsinks.
3) after you adjust to high temp computing
download Prime95 and give your system a good stress test. You will feel better.