CPU temperature going too high after BIOS reset

Feb 3, 2019
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I reseted my BIOS and after that, CPU temperature is going up to 95 degrees (Celsius) while playing CSGO. Before BIOS reset there was no cpu overheating.

CPU: Intel i7 4770 @ 3.40Ghz

Idle temperature is about 45 degrees while there is only Chrome open.
 
Feb 3, 2019
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The voltage is going from 0.670V to about 1.150V while on idle. Information for that is gathered with CPU-Z. There were no options for changing voltages on my BIOS. My bios is AMI 80.11 by American megatrends (dated 2.8.2013). Bios-model is UEFI.

Full CPU info:
Name: Intel Core i7 4770
Code name: Haswell
Max TDP: 84.0W
Package: Socket 1150 LGA
Technology: 22nm
Core voltage: 0.6 - 1.1V (while on writing this post)
Spesification: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4770 CPU " 3.40GHz
Family: 6
Model: C
Stepping: 3
Ext. Family: 6
Ext. Model: 3C
Revision: C0

Hope someone can help with this. When googling "how to change cpu voltage" every answer is like "You do not need to change your CPU voltage" or "Don't do that".

And the temperatures:
Idle (only Google Chrome and Discord): 50-60 degrees Celsius
While playing CS:GO: 80-95 degrees Celsius

That 95 sounds very worrying for me so i would really need to find solution for this.
 

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