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Pc is running worse after installing new cpu and ram

I just upgraded from an i7-12700k to a i9-14900k and also went from 32gb ram to 64 and my pc is running games worse than before and seems to be overall slower 

MB pro z690-a

cpu I9-14900k

corsair vengeance 64gb ram ddr4 

gpu 4080ti

 

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What are your temps 4 the CPU? Cpu may be thermal throttling. make sure xmp is enabled in bios

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When I first put it in I was having temp issues but I upgraded to a bigger radiator and got the temps down and when I enable the xmp it makes it worse I had to turn it off in order to even run Fortnite 

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I updated a few days before the install 

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20 minutes ago, tkitch said:

Did you update your BIOS?

I fix a few days before install 

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5 minutes ago, Venge said:

I updated a few days before the install 

okay, then step 1:
 

Install:  HWInfo64, Cinebench R24

 

Launch HWInfo64 and find the CPU Temps

Then run Cinebench for 10-30 minutes, and see if your cinebench scores line up with other 14900k's

 

And see what yuor CPU Temps are like while running cinebench 

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3 minutes ago, tkitch said:

okay, then step 1:
 

Install:  HWInfo64, Cinebench R24

 

Launch HWInfo64 and find the CPU Temps

Then run Cinebench for 10-30 minutes, and see if your cinebench scores line up with other 14900k's

 

And see what yuor CPU Temps are like while running cinebench 

Okay I will try that when I get home

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1 hour ago, Venge said:

Okay I will try that when I get home

I ran cinebench and the cpu stayed mostly in the low to mid 70s and it jumped to 92 one but came right back down and about 3/4 way through the pc blue screened 

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2 hours ago, tkitch said:

okay, then step 1:
 

Install:  HWInfo64, Cinebench R24

 

Launch HWInfo64 and find the CPU Temps

Then run Cinebench for 10-30 minutes, and see if your cinebench scores line up with other 14900k's

 

And see what yuor CPU Temps are like while running cinebench 

 ran cinebench and the cpu stayed mostly in the low to mid 70s and it jumped to 92 one but came right backdown and about 3/4 way through the pc blue screened 

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54 minutes ago, Venge said:

I ran cinebench and the cpu stayed mostly in the low to mid 70s and it jumped to 92 one but came right back down and about 3/4 way through the pc blue screened 

then you've got a serious setup issue if cinebench bluescreened.

 

You may want to remove the CPU and reinstall it. 

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