60c?... you just wanted to know?.. Umm.... Its like this..
Whether you're living in a tropical country where you'll usually get a much hotter
ambient temperatures all the time even at night, still, a 60c is very hot for an Idle
OC'ed i7, even if the season is summer and in the afternoon which the
temperatures usually goes around 32-37c and you're only using an electric fan
pointed at your case inside a room, and the procie is on its stock cooler still, you'll
only get 50-55c MAX @ Idle. In your case, 60c and the worst part is, if you're
getting this temperature and you're not living in a tropical country then there's
something really wrong on how you installed your processor or its cooling system.
Let me guess, you already OC'ed your procie and you're getting a 60c @ idle eh?...
If you're a PC enthusiast and has experience OC'ing procies then this post would
have not existed in the first place. The reason this existed its because you already
OC'ed it and got a 60c on idle thats why you posted specifically for a 60c
temperature OR,.. if not, if im wrong, as i said, im just guessing. :-) But, honestly
i assumed you already OC'ed your procie. :-)
-- Anyways, hope this helps, take it easy on your overclocking dude. Good luck.