DO you still have cool-n-quiet enabled and have the system idling ?? CPUID will report the actual speed the CPU is currently running so 800Mhz. sounds right for idle speed with CnQ enabled for powersavings (it defaults to 4x the FSB setting !)
HWMonitor will not report the CPU temps once you unlock the extra cores (it will always show 0 C - I have a Gigiabyte MOBO so use Easy tune 6 to check the CPU temp and also Everest Ultimate edition will still report it as well (they both only will accurately report the total CPU temp (the cores will all show 0 C - happens to all the CPUs that you can unlock cores on !)
176F or 80 C is a bit high of a temp the other 2 are good temps - could be the CPU is running a bit hot due to the extra cores - do you have the Bios set to auto on the Voltage ?? If so you may need to set it manually and lower it a bit - On AUto it tends to give more Voltage than needed to run stable and that extra voltage is converted into heat so go into the bios and make the needed adjustments and it should drop the temp.
Thanks, how do I know what TMPIN2 actually is? It is hard for me to believe anything in there is 176 degrees F as this is currently in my very cold basement. Bios does have the voltages set to auto. If I were to adjust the voltages, which would I adjust and by how much?
Try using either Everest Ultimate edition ( Free Trial Download ) or Easy TUne 6 (if you have a gigabyte mobo) and see what temp it tells you the CPU is running - It might just be a bad reading from HWmonitor so best to check with another program or 2 to verify.