|Your BIOS shows multiple temps, which one(s) are you referring to?|
Install HWMonitor and report ALL temperatures. HWMonitor has the advantage of showing current, minimum, and maximum temps so that you can tell us the peaks after an hour of use as well as the idle temps. Also, the peak temps for gaming would be much higher than for browsing and general office work.
Then tell us all of your system specs so we will know the significance of these numbers to you.
For example, if the temperature is for your CPU or northbridge and it is right after gaming, an elevated temperature of 50-60C might not be too bad, depending on your CPU/chipset. Do not assume that a temperature reading of one component on your motherboard is hot, that translates to your entire tower being hot, it probably is not. With all of the numbers, we can tell where the problem if, if it really is a problem, and if the problem can be solved with something as simple as replacing, upgrading, or adding a case fan, or something possibly more involved. Please list all components, all temps, and all fan speeds.
You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.
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