Ok so check this out. We all know that the way standard Water OR air cooling works is by pulling heat from the hot component (CPU, GPU, RAM ect) by some form of heatsink and then transferring that heat to the air around the fins or radiator via fans. Therefore the components that are being cooled will never be colder than the ambient temperature around the heatsink/rad. If your ambient temp is 65F/18C then that ABSOLUTE coldest temps that you should see reported on your system is 65F/18C and even that is almost impossible to achieve without some form of refrigeration. You are seeing 1 C at idle. That is just above 33F. Its is litter ally not possible unless your using some kind of refrigeration, dry ice, Liquid Nitrogen or some other super cold stuff.
Please link me to anyone else that are getting the kind of temps you are seeing.
TRUST me. Those temps you are seeing are wildly inaccurate. Im just saying cuz I would hate to hear someone kill there system by pushing it to hard. Do yourself a solid. Write down the settings you have now so you can go back to them later if you want. Reset you settings and ask on a couple of other forums where the members are more active. Try http://www.overclock.net/f/