Earlier, I was surfing the web, and suddenly a horrible noise erupted from my machine. I assumed it was coming from my DVD drive, and I ejected the disc. That wasn't it, so I immediately shut down the machine. I could smell a sort of hair-dryer hot burning smell coming from the case. When I cracked it open, apparently my cable management had left something to be desired, and the fan cable from the 120mm fan on my Hyper 212+ came loose and interfered with the fan itself. I wasn't running Speed Fan at the time, because I wasn't running a load--just simple web surfing--so I have no idea how high the temperature spiked. It couldn't have been more than 20-30 seconds, and nothing beeped, nor did I get any errors. I opened the case, rerouted the cables, made sure everything was tied down properly, and fired it back up. Everything appears to be working. I am concerned about my main proc, though, because the temp went high enough that I could smell it. Now, I haven't overclocked my Phenom x4 955 yet, and I do have that Hyper 212+ strapped to it, as well as a 200mm fan right up above it in the top of my HAF 912. My core temps are always below 40C, so this machine hasn't been pressed hard yet. I built it in February, so it's not very old yet, either. It's my first built-from-scratch, so I've taken it very slow, just to be sure I didn't mess anything up (my wife wanted a new washer and dryer, but I built a PC instead; so if I fry it, she'll fry me). Should I be concerned? What should I look for to gauge if there's any permanent damage? I considered pulling the HSF off, cleaning, and reapplying Arctic Silver. Too much? Am I just freaking out because it's my baby?