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software readings are not always reliable, simple as that - it can be as simple as there being a temp sensor in only one of the two VRM heatsinks.XTU didnt show it, neither does hwinfo. Where are you seeing its past tcase? Typically we see core/tmax temps, not tcase....
that wasnt at idle... looking at minimum cpu loads.
look at xtu... it says it there if he scrolls down in the monitoring part of xtu. Hwinfo shows none as well. Though, i suppose it doesnt hurt to try that either.
This threads pretty much narrowed it down to a thermal based throttle, its just a tossup at this stage if its the CPU or VRMs