Very good numbers. I can't say how happy I am with performance under Win10. I have in the past had PCs and a real expensive laptop become a microwave oven, so, this is a welcome view for my eyes. I have never seen the cores above 100 degrees F. The GPU will, on occasion, go to about 102 degrees F under max load. Both units are water cooled though to be honest. IMO the only way to go with a high perf thingy. In case of worries, different browser definitely affect performance loading and increased heat stress. Regular cooled PCs (heat sinks with fans) and especially laptops are at high risk to fail under heavy computing loads or gaming. I highly recommend some kind of system temperature and parameter monitor that will warn you when things are getting hot or above custom set thresholds. It may be the difference of staying current on this forum or going away after your PC became a piece of hot toast. Just sayin.
Couple of rigs
Last edited by Joshy; 26 Sep 2015 at 10:16.