Hmm. I think your idle temps are slightly warmer than usual, but your load temps seem to be very high. I also have a Core i7 930, overclocked to 3.65GHz, and at idle, it stays at 30ish, but the max temp it gets to on full load (Prime 95) is around 65 degrees celcius. I'm using a Megashadow cooler with a single fan - an Ultra Kaze 2K RPM. The Megashadow is quite a beast of a cooler though, and I'm not sure how it compares to the NH-U12P SE2.
At legitreviews, their Noctua NH-U12P SE2 kept their i7 920 overclocked to 3.5GHZ at approximately 67 degrees celcius, at load.
At stock speed (2.66GHz, 133MHz less than the 930, it kept their CPU at 56.7 full load.) http://www.legitreviews.com/article/1196/6/
A few questions, what thermal paste did you use, and did you spread a very thin layer over the CPU? If you used too much paste/the paste layer is too thick, it does increase the temperature a bit, as apparently the paste acts as an insulator instead of conductor of heat. Also, the FT02 has the same motherboard orientation as my RV01, which has less of an effective cooling system than yours. Open case really helps the temperatures, so, try testing your system with the side door open.
Lmeow - thanks for the info and link. Does make me think I should see temps a little lower.
I used Noctua's thermal paste which was included with the HSF. I followed their recommended method of just applying a 5mm blob in the middle of the cpu and pushing the radiator straight down onto it. Noctua says the temps are ok, but I might just try reapplying the paste or trying another type.
BTW - I tried Core Temp on a Dell Optiplex 745 and am seeing ~65C under full Prime95 load (100% cpu). That's a totally stock Core 2 duo E6600 running at 2.4GHz. Seems that an i7 would likely be hotter. 'Course the optiplex has a small case and measly fan.
what are you talking about? the i7 run warm and 30c idle and 50c load is fine for any CPU
U need to learn the difference between a stock cooler and an aftermarket cooler. Ur stock cooler cools less than an aftermarket one. U get what I'm saying? Ur in need of a book on temperatures and heatsinks.