Are those load temps or idle temps? If its idle everything seems to be a bit high so you should look into improving case airflow. Also check your temps in BIOS and using another program to see that they are consistent, you might have one program reading all of your temps a bit high.
Thanks for the quick reply, I just connected my cpu fan to the proper 3 prong connect for it was connected to the system fan prong...if that makes any sense. my cpu rpm is higher now but I think I may need to get a new heatsink but I have no idea how to replace nor install a new one.
I just installed a asus coolspot fan and pointed it at the heatsink and ram to possibly cool it and it seems effective however when I attempt to play a game the temps rise up regardless but I hear thats normal
to answer your question I have downloaded coretemp, speedfan, as well as pc wizard and I get the same readings more or less.
as of now my temps are around 50+ degrees with about 54% load according to pc wizard and 100% load for coretemp
you definitely need to improve your overall case airflow, what case do you currently have? An upgrade to an Antec 300 illusions or a Cooler Master HAF922 would probably drop your temps by 15C. Getting a heatsink wont help you too much if your case temp is as high as it seems to be, you need to get the ambient temp down before you can get the GPU and CPU temps down.
I purchased the rig of cyberpower.com and I belive its a Aspire case...it was a while back so I don't remember the name. I will take a few photo's for you in a minute. I have wires all over the place so that may be the culprit. THANKS FOR YOUR HELP!
If its a prebuilt it likely didnt come with dust filters anywhere, and probably bad cable management options. You probably have a lot of dust built up in there. Get a can of compressed air and some zip ties and clean it up as best you can; blow the dust out of the heatsinks, clean out any dust bunnies in the case, try to reroute some of the wires or turn them into nice bundles that will let air through better. Also double check that all the case fans are still functional.
It looks like your CPU has a water cooler mounted on it. Try removing the coolspot fan, it might be screwing up airflow, pointing a fan at the water cooling block on the CPU isnt going to do anything to help.