95 °C is way too hot. First thing I'd do is clean out any dust in the case or on the fans, then take a look at your case's airflow. If you have poorly managed cables (particularly power cables), they may be obstructing airflow in/out of the case.
Make sure you have your case fans setup in some reasonable combination of exhausts and intakes. Hard to say what the optimal layout will be, but just make sure you've got a few of both.
It's possible, especially as its an older system, that the thermal compound between the CPU and its cooler is dried or otherwise no longer helping much. I'd replace that (I'd recommend Arctic Cooling MX-2 or MX-4) and re-seat the cooler. If you aren't sure how to do this, Youtube is packed with demonstrations of it—and you'll have to know how to do it anyway if you buy a new cooler.
Just curious as I am rather computer retarded I am wondering if http://www.dell.com/...lienware-x51-r2 would run GW2 well for wvw. the funds are not truly an issue (as people seem to hate alienware) and quaker I would love your input as well as you seem super knowledgeable.
The usual concern with Alienware is that you're often getting less for your money than other options. But at least in this case you're getting a small form factor which is somewhat unique and a bit more complicated to do yourself. If this is what you want, and you're happy with the price, I won't try to convince you otherwise.
As far as the system specs go, this should be a very solid system for most modern games at 1080p. GW2 in particular will run very well (or at least as well as it does for anyone).
Cooling is theoretically more of a concern in a small form factor due to less airflow, but I'd hope that a $1600 Alienware PC has taken that into account in its design. You can't overclock an i7-4790, and the GTX 760 Ti isn't going to get very hot either. Pay attention to your hardware temperatures from time to time, as any PC gamer should, but I think it will be fine.
As far as I know, Frostgorge is still being farmed in the way you remember. Many of the champions in Queensdale have been made into veterans, and little farming still occurs there. Zerging in Edge of the Mists (a new WvW map, I think it came after the Tower of Nightmares if I remember correctly) is probably better champion/karma farming than either, though.
I'm not active with the Thief class, but I know that daggers were recently given the ability to cleave two enemies. I know the class has had tweaks to various skills as well as a few new traits (as all classes have), but I can't think of any others that were major game-changers.
bad link i didnt spent the price that shows there idk why the ♥♥♥♥ they have that price lol i spent $130 and ok gonna grab a 120mm fan for top case and a better monitor cause mine sucks badly lol. gonna leave the cpu cooler for later when i begin the OC plan when i change the mobo thank guys u helped me alot gonna give u some pictures of the final result when i get the GPU its sad that 970 its out of stock
Its in high demand right now. Its worth waiting for if necessary, though.
damn i read lots of good reviews of that 212 and what about a cheap good premade water cooling kit which one would u recommend? btw that 970 how runs gw2? everything ultra?
The TX3 is good too, and it gets a lot of recommendations around here as a quiet, effective cooler for a non-overclocked CPU. There's really no such thing as a cheap all-in-one liquid cooler, they're always more expensive than competing air coolers. And as Quaker suggested, there's no way you need such serious cooling as that for a locked Core i5. Like I said, even the 212 Plus was more than was necessary.
The GTX 970 is way more powerful than GW2 actually demands at 1080p/60 Hz. Ultra details, even Supersampling, should be no problem whatsoever. I suspect a single GTX 970 may even do okay in GW2 up to 4K resolution (3840x2160), though perhaps not at absolute max details.
Note that you'll still get CPU-bound framerate drops in GW2 when there's a lot of players around. That's not the GPU, that's the game's optimization.