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@kimberlyrenee - Sorry for the delay I got busy. Here's a snap from my MacBook Pro 2012:
 
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I have a non-retina model. As you can see my high-water lines are quite high and mostly even. In your case your first core is running much higher (the full version will give you the true temps). In its self this is not an issue as one core often works harder. While I can't tell the temp different between the heat pipe outgoing air and the CPU should be about 25c.
 
I'm suspect the heatsink is failing here. The transfer tube is filled with a liquid what can happen is the tube leaks so it looses its efficacy. The only way to tell if the heatsink is bad is if you can see any evidence of a leak, a pin hole, white powder or staining on the logic board are the more obvious ones. Sometimes you just can't tell. Then we need to use a known good unit and weigh the difference with a good scale, the lighter one is the bad one,
 
Here's the IFIXIT guide: [guide|23393|MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013 Heat Sink Replacement] and here's the part: [product|IF117-035|MacBook Pro 15" Retina (Late 2013/Mid 2014, Integrated Graphics) Heat Sink - Apple P/N 076-1452] and here's the best paste to use here: [product|IF179-010|Arctic Silver Thermal Paste] and you'll want to use this cleaner: [product|IF179-023|Arctic Silver ArctiClean] to make sure the parts are spotless. Here's the IFIXIT technique: [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/How+to+Apply+Thermal+Paste/744|How to Apply Thermal Paste]
Here's the IFIXIT guide: [guide|23393|MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013 Heat Sink Replacement] and here's the part: [product|IF117-035|MacBook Pro 15" Retina (Late 2013/Mid 2014, Integrated Graphics) Heat Sink - Apple P/N 076-1452] and here's the best paste to use here: [product|IF179-010|Arctic Silver Thermal Paste] and you'll want to use this cleaner: [product|IF179-023|Arctic Silver ArctiClean] to make sure the parts are spotless. Here's the IFIXIT technique: [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/How+to+Apply+Thermal+Paste/744|How to Apply Thermal Paste]

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@kimberlyrenee - Sorry for the delay I got busy. Here's a snap from my MacBook Pro 2012:

[image|1266230]

I have a non-retina model. As you can see my high-water lines are quite high and mostly even. In your case your first core is running much higher (the full version will give you the true temps). In its self this is not an issue as one core often works harder. While I can't tell the temp different between the heat pipe outgoing air and the CPU should be about 25c.

I'm suspect the heatsink is failing here. The transfer tube is filled with a liquid what can happen is the tube leaks so it looses its efficacy. The only way to tell if the heatsink is bad is if you can see any evidence of a leak, a pin hole, white powder or staining on the logic board are the more obvious ones. Sometimes you just can't tell. Then we need to use a known good unit and weigh the difference with a good scale, the lighter one is the bad one,

Here's the IFIXIT guide: [guide|23393|MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013 Heat Sink Replacement] and here's the part: [product|IF117-035|MacBook Pro 15" Retina (Late 2013/Mid 2014, Integrated Graphics) Heat Sink - Apple P/N 076-1452] and here's the best paste to use here: [product|IF179-010|Arctic Silver Thermal Paste] and you'll want to use this cleaner: [product|IF179-023|Arctic Silver ArctiClean] to make sure the parts are spotless.

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