Originally Posted by worshipme
Prime 95s torture tests are meant to push your PC to it's absolute limit to ensure 100% stability.
Precisely, that's why we run it.
What clocks gave you 60°C?
What is your vcore set to?
I was overclocking and benching last night as it was a bit cooler (23°C) and at 3.6GHz with 1.38750v I was hitting 63-63-60-60, while these temps seem hot they're actually not near the top of the scale (71°C) Short term for benches they are fine and even for 24/7 you'll probably replace the processor before you get electrical migration bad enough to kill your cpu.
EDIT: @Kage - I'm currently testing 3.2GHz at this very moment, ambient air temp is 21°C and I'm running at 48-48-45-45 with 1.23750v, prime95 has been running an hour now. I've been adjusting the n/bridge voltage manually too, it's quite amazing how much this affects stability on this board.