You really need to give us your specs, case, motherboard, kind of heatsink if it's aftermarket, CPU stuff like that, every system is different. My 2400+ XP with it's stock CPU and sides off the computer with no fans ran at 64C idle
but that's way too hot and I believe that chip has a tendency to burn hot. Generally most AMD's are in the 40's and into the 50's under full load when it's stock cooling and not too much effort into cooling has been placed.
I don't know my graphics cards temps because they started putting in the probes at 5700 Ultra and I have just the 5700, but I know the newer cards are hitting 80C and that's like the norm temp.