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Modern Haswell and Broadwell core based Intel processors tend to operate at very high temperatures under heavy load. That's just normal for those processors, and your results fall into the normal range as well. So you have nothing to worry about.

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Fiery

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CPU throttling is a technique used by modern Intel processors to prevent themselves from overheating. The CPU detects when it gets close to TJMax (maximum operating temperature basically), and then it starts stopping its execution pipelinesfor a moment. That pipeline stopping trick is what they call throttling. 38% means for 380 milliseconds out of 1 second the pipeline was stopped, so the CPU did an actual processing work only 62% of the time.

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