The real issue was not the cooling, but the vcore applied to the CPU,
In the past, the BIOS was set to Auto vcore, and it was applying 1.36V of vcore, which was making the CPU temperature skyrocket to the 80C almost 90C:
Now, In the BIOS, I set the vcore voltaje via offset, meaning that the BIOS applies the CPU stock voltage of 1.18V plus or minus a value I add to it. In my case, I applied a +0.02 offset, and now my CPU is running stable at 3.6Ghz (same x36 multiplier) with a vcore of 1.21V. It now works between 1.19v and 1.21v where before it was using 1.35v to 1.37v. The temperature went down significantly!
Now I’m happy 😀
Keep in mind these temps are with the CPUs and GPU running at 100%, using the Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing software.