The quick answer is to clean the dust out of your computer. If your fan blades have dust caked on them, then your cpu heat sink is probably full of dust as well. Clean out the dust, and then look at your temps again.
Best thing to do would be to reapply new thermal paste using the pea in the middle method if you left he paste on it that came with the stock cooler, you can buy an aftermarket cooler at a later date if this improves temps immediatly.
I have a 955BE C0 stepping and with a Zalman cnps9900 it idles at 27*C and rarely goes above 48*C on load, even when i overclock it to 3.7ghz without changing the voltage.
Just checking it properly, its actually not a lot of dust now that i look at it. I just looked at the heatsink by opening my pc, and it seems to be a layer of dust just behind the fans, i can make out lines from the metal behind where there is less dust on some areas.
I think it is on coolnquiet. Ill check that though.
If you can make out lines where there is less dust, you seriously need to clean that puppy out man
unplug the fan, or somehow prevent it from moving and blast it with canned air, or if you can remove it and wash properly then do that, remember fresh Thermal paste to remount and remember to plug the fan back in afterwards
If you don't have any thermal paste then yes, carefully pick the fluff out with a toothpick and vacuum from a distance, do not let the fan spin under any circumstances! You can kill your mobo and chip if you do
**unplug the fan, or somehow prevent it from moving**
**You can kill your mobo and chip if you do**
Didn't say will, I said can, you may get away with it a million times but then again you may not
As Jay suggested, removing the fan from the Hs is another option that facilitates easier cleaning, just be careful with those small screws