Your not telling us the correct temps, that's why I asked for screenshot.
Look at the screenshot below as I explain what's going on.
LinX was started at it's Default settings, the only change I made was to the "Times to run" which I set at 10. You can also see that the test Finished without errors in 2 minutes 44 seconds. I'm at 4.2GHz so I'll finished faster than you at 3.2GHz or 3.3GHz, but you should have finished in under 5 minutes.
Open My Computer and navigate to whatever Folder contains LinX.exe and then delete the file named LinX.ini, this will reset LinX to it's Default settings the next time you open it.
Back to the Screenshot, looking at Hardware Monitor you'll see I've highlighted a few areas to note. At the top we see Value - Min - Max
Value is equal to "Real Time" at the present moment in time.
Min is equal to the Minimun Value recorded since the program started running
Max is equal to the Maximun Valve recorded since the program started running
We want to know the Max Values of Core#0 thru Core#3.
I've also highlighted the VREG and it's temperature. If it hit's 80dC then the mobo will shutdown. You want this to stay in the Hi 60's to low 70's under Full load. The VREG is the voltage regulator/mosfets, its heatsink is located to the left of the cpu socket. The higher your CPU VTT voltage setting, the hotter the VREG gets. You may need to add a fan to it's heatsink.
Run 10 passes of LinX again at it's Default setting with HWMonitor running and "Post a Screenshot". I want to see everything please