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31 Oct 2012  

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Is that for a laptop or a desktop?

If it's a desktop, they are a bit high and probably indicates problems in coolers or excessive heat or ventilation failures.
If it's a notebook, those are used to higher temperatures due to their natural lack of ventilation, so I would be cautious and keep an eye, but not alarmed as they normally rise temperatures to those extents.

In any case, while a bit high, they're still far from damaging the CPU and well within the operative range, as long as they don't rise any further.
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