Yep.. It's seems very high, considering you have an aftermarket cooler, and you're not OCing it..
1.- Bad case airflow + high room temps. Well, regarding the first, you could add more fans. I don't know what to propose to you for the second one...
2.- CPU cooler not properly seated/bad TIM (thermal compound). Solution: desassembly it, clean both surfaces with alcohol very carefully, and then put good TIM (like MX-5), and then re-seat the CPU cooler properly. While you're doing it, clean the aluminium fins too..
3.- Bad PSU. Since you don't listed it, a bad PSU could deliver improperly voltage, which leads to an overheating.
Check this things out, and then come back again...
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