So, I was getting inaccurate readings from the external heat sensor I use to monitor all of my components manually. I have four heat sensors. #1 on my CPU, #2 on my GPU (I took my GPU apart to install the sensor - took all the safety precautions, so I didn't affect it in any negative way at all) #3 on my main HDD platter; and #4 centered in my case to monitor overall system temperature. Well, the inaccurate readings from my CPU sensor finally got to me, so I took my Liquid Cooler off - moved the sensor slightly towards the middle of my CPU, and reinstalled the heatsink/liquid cooler. Aftering doing so - the internal sensors are reading INSANE temperatures for my CPU. I have an Intel Core i7 4770 (Haswell) so I expect it to get a little hot, but my system is reading that it's nearly 100 degrees Centigrade! The BOILING POINT OF WATER! When before - my idle temp was usually around 38-42 degrees centigrade. Interestingly enough - my external heat sensor LCD is now reading what the interal heat sensor USED to read (around 38-42 degrees centigrade when idle). However, it still concerns me that my internal sensors would read a temperature so insanely high. Any advice? Oh, by the way, my computer is running totally normal. There is no sign that my CPU is getting too hot from a performance point of view.