Yeah, there's a simple fix. Don't use Corecenter.
1) Open Corecenter from the administrator account or a user account that has admin privileges. Click on the top center logo which should open the fan speed control window. There should be two items, CoolnQuiet and User/Manual or something like. Put it in manual and move the slider all the way to the right. Ignore the CoolnQuiet, it's misnamed here - MSI's corecenter does not control CoolnQuiet. What MSI is calling CoolnQuiet is just fan speed control. Anyway, put it in manual. Close Corecenter. Don't just minimize it, close it. And you should never have to open it again. If necessary, use MSConfig to remove Corecenter from Windows Start-up.
2) Next, reboot and enter the BIOS. Go to the H/W Monitor settings. Turn on Smart CPU Fan Speed. Set to 40 C +/- 1 (or whatever you want, 50 C seems kind of high - that means the fan won't ramp up till the temp gets up there but whatever you want). This will allow the motherboard to control the fan speed. On the other hand, if you want your fan always at maximum, then disable Smart Fan Speen control. Don't worry about the Smart NB Fan speed, leave it disabled.
Corecenter is NOT required to be running all the time. It just takes up resources. Oh, and it causes unwanted alarms....