what is a normal temperature for gaming at 1080p and default is where it set the video settings according to your gpu
How do you check what cooler your cpu has without taking apart
I just realized I use Skyrim SE now not the original Skyrim.
Modern NVidia won't even throttle much until about 82degC or so (it's a bit confusing) so liquid cooling is likely below 60degC. A non-issue though you should verify it's working properly.
AFAIK you should be able to get about 2000MHz or so sustained clock on that GPU. Not sure about the VRAM frequency.
Modern Intel CPU's should be run at under 80degC.
I think AMD is closer to 70degC for older and roughly 80degC for Ryzen. Again, that's recommended MAX temp for the CPU cores.
*Since you have the A8.. apparently then that should be similar to an FX-4300. It's basically the same CPU portion as you don't use the graphics when you have a dGPU like the GTX1060.
Surprised you don't know since you have a liquid cooler so it's a PREBUILT system? That seems unlikely if there's an APU + dGPU. But unless the CPU temp is too high I wouldn't worry about it.
Anyway, as long as the CPU is below 70degC or so (?) you should be fine.
With a good cooler (Cryorig H5 Ultimate or similar) you can overclock the APU (CPU part) if the motherboard supports that. Never change the BCLK. Not sure if you can get over 4.5GHz as it depends also on the Motherboard capability, PSU (depends on motherboard VRM quality), and CPU cooler as well as your luck for the CPU (silicon lottery) overclocking potential.
Every game is different for CPU vs GPU requirement but that CPU is relatively weak so some titles will be bottlenecked by the CPU and with a good overclock you may gain 10% or so FPS increase.