I would like to start by explaining that the TJUNCTION for this specific model is 100°C, this means that any number below this temperature is completely fine. One more thing I would like to let you know is that running a load test is a CPU intensive task meaning that it will add workload to the processor and therefore, the temperature will go up.
Regarding the tool you are using, Core Temp, I am aware that the first column(see below) shows the current value of the processor. This means that you should be focusing on that column when running the test instead of Max column. The Max column is just for reference for the maximum parameters that your processor could reach, it does not indicate the temperature when the computer is running.
Based on the explanation before, these temperatures(on the green square) are completely fine. The unit is behaving as expected.
If you have more questions, please let me know.
Thanks Amy for the explanation. It was useful for me. Sorry for not response on time.
Not a problem Carlos, I am glad to hear this was helpful.
If you have more questions regarding this or any other matter, please just let me know.