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My system randomly shut downs sometimes, my core temp is some times reading 90,95

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This is very high, 70 to 75 seems the safest temp.
I would remove the HSF, clean the cpu. and refit the HSF with new thermal paste.
If your not sure how, there are plenty of Youtube vids showing the fitting of CPU's

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