Is this reading data from CPUID HWMonitor ( latest ) good?

Just finishing overclocking my i7 4790k to 4.5Ghz 1.24v ( lost the lottery chip ) and my max temp while stress test with ASUS Realbench v2.54 for 5 hours and Aida 64 latest with FPU, CPU, Cache, and System Memory check for 1 to 2 hours with max temp for both of them is under 85C.

i7 4790k @ 4.5Ghz 1.24v

Noctua NH D15 S: 1x 140mm fan and 1x 120mm fan in push pull configuration

Max temp below 85C full load

ASUS Z97 Maximus Vii Hero

ASUS Strix GTX 970

Corsair Vengeance Red 32GB DDR3 1600mhz

EVGA G2 850 W

The only thing I change in the bios is

Sync All core


Core Voltage: Adaptive Voltage

Offset Value: -

Offset: -0.060

Additional Voltage for Turbo Boost: 1.300

^^^^^^^ 1.300 - 0.060 = 1.24 max load when doing stress test or not on Adaptive mode.

EPU enable

C-States enable, all the way to Package Support C state 7S
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  1. Yeah its fine, i personally dont really care what temperature is during stress test unless its over 90C. Its more important what temperature is during gaming and everyday use, keep it under 80C.
    Try to find stable overclock with MANUAL(static) voltage first, only then try adaptive. AIDA64 will not stress your CPU good enough and u will most likely to BSOD during gaming. Try Intel burn test, it works best for me.
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