Higach, to monitor temps of your Conrie download Core Temp
. It's a very small app you can set to load on startup. Accurate, too.
: Also, I'd suggest downloading SpeedFan
. The temperature readings are similar to those of Core Temp (usually a 1 or 2°C difference). What's good about SpeedFan is that you can graph the temperature reading. It's useful to watch the trends as they develop during a test.
For reference, my E6300 idles at around 39°C, has normal operating temperatures around 46°C (games and such) and caps with Prime95 at full load at 60°C. I'm using the stock cooler. Here's a pic:
As an interesting comment, notice how normal operation doesn't really stress the CPU in my case. It must be because I'm video-card limited.