Ok. You need to back up in your testing. First, you need to see if Cool & Quiet is doing it's job. Why? Because there is idling... and there is idling. That might not seem to make sense, but it will.
At an Idle, your processor should be sitting there running at around 750-900mhz. Yes, I know the 1090t is a 6 core 3.2ghz (with turbo to go even faster). I know because I have an 1100t 3.3ghz. But providing the motherboard and AMD software are doing their jobs properly, at idle, the processor will clock way down.
Now... I'm not running the best system. I'm using a Tuniq Tower 120 on top of the 1100t. At idle, turbo off, I'm running 803mhz, and between 30-32C. If I start up Furmark and run it in a small window, I'll also see my CPU jump up to full speed for the duration of the benchmark, but only see CPU temps go up to about 35-36c.
From what you say, and the 10 degree difference you describe between idle and load, I believe that the AMD software and the motherboard are doing their job, both in underclocking the processor as well as slowing down the fans at idle. However, are you running with the Overdrive on all the time?
I would re-check the mounting of the Freezer 7 Pro, and make sure it is sitting flush on the processor. I know you have removed it and put it in place multiple times (in order to repaste it, and swap out the processor, etc), but it is more likely that the cooler isn't sitting on the processor as it should. Your 65 watt Athlon 250 tests out at temps close to my 140 watt 1100T. The Athlon 250 should run VERY cool. Depending on how the Freezer 7 Pro mounts, the weight of the cooler could be causing it to pull away from the processor slightly.
If you could, I'd say drop a stock cooler on that setup, just to give you a benchmark point of reference.
In short, no. There isn't anything to make a processor run hotter, but otherwise normally. You could bench the processor to see if it is really running normally albeit hotter.
EDIT: and yes, I know Furmark is GPU bench software, but it can be used to push a CPU as well.