Core temperatures are always higher than CPU temperature, which means the tables for your CPU temperature are miscoded in BIOS. You can try flashing your BIOS to the latest release, which will sometimes correct the inaccuracy. "
High CPUTIN readings are quite common and mostly fixed with a bios update
Meanwhile, the AI SuiteII shows Sensor temps of 29C for CPU and 33C for MotherBoard.
Again, Bios is current and, fwiw, the CPU (an i5-2500k oc'd to ~4.3GHz) is cooled with a Hyper 212 Evo.
Other than the anomalous temps shown in the first series of monitor readings, no other system issues have been noted or experienced. Matter of fact, this system has been trouble free since the original POST. knock wood, thank you computer gods.