Chill guys, it's a valid question although a bit off topic.
When I got this laptop (I think about two and a half years ago), I was still living at home with my parents and at school. Actually, I still am and will be until about mid next year. There isn't room here for a second desktop. Believe me, I didn't enjoy going to dreamhack Valencia BYOC with a 15 inch laptop with everyone else and their towering... towers.
Back to the more technical issue: I often run CPU-Z and GPU-Z on my second monitor. The one thing I'd say really sticks out is that CPU-Z rarely reports more than 50% load on any core, even when the computer feels slow and low in FPS. I'm not 100% up on how a processor actually works, in the same way that we never use 100% of our brains at the same time because firing off every neuron simultaneously would produce nothing coherent, I assumed it was the same with CPUs. I do notice though that if I'm running a simcraft sim it will reach 100% load and stay there for the duration of the sim.