That's hot. (and not in a good way.) For a temp to be that hot after all the work and pointing a fan at it, something is bad or it's on the Bunsen burner.
I built my PC half a year ago, and it has worked fine until a few months ago. It crashes, and crashes even more often when I'm playing games. I have a hunch that it's overheating, but I cant figure out how to cool it. There is no dust in the case, I have cleaned it. GPU and CPU heat sinks seem to be working properly, and there is 4 fans inside, all blowing air into the case. The thermal paste has been replaced on GPU and CPU, so I don't think that could be it. I've been running it with the side off and a wall fan blowing into the case for the past few days, it seems to crash less, but still does.
I used my phone to record the temperatures while I played a game. This is them before it crashed. They all look pretty high, especially the CPU temperture.
How can I fix this? Should I buy new fans? Get a better CPU cooler? (btw I have an AMD 8350 CPUand XFX Radeon r9 200 series GPU)