[SOLVED] Diagnosing poor benchmark results.

SoftwareDev1337

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Hello,

Was checking out how my PC compares to others in terms of benchmarks and seems it's not in great shape.
https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/49320624

What sticks out to me is the CPU and RAM appear to be performing well below expectations, not really sure why.

Any suggestions as to something I might try to change to fix this, or did I just get poor components?
 

kanewolf

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Hello,

Was checking out how my PC compares to others in terms of benchmarks and seems it's not in great shape.
https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/49320624

What sticks out to me is the CPU and RAM appear to be performing well below expectations, not really sure why.

Any suggestions as to something I might try to change to fix this, or did I just get poor components?
Start by enabling XMP (DOCP in AMD world) to increase the clock speed of your RAM.
 

kanewolf

Titan
Moderator
Hello,

Was checking out how my PC compares to others in terms of benchmarks and seems it's not in great shape.
https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/49320624

What sticks out to me is the CPU and RAM appear to be performing well below expectations, not really sure why.

Any suggestions as to something I might try to change to fix this, or did I just get poor components?
Start by enabling XMP (DOCP in AMD world) to increase the clock speed of your RAM.
 

SoftwareDev1337

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slow ram. too many disk and they are getting full
what the brand and model of the psu
I've got Corsair Professional Gold 750W 80 PLUS Gold Certified ATX12V / EPS12V Power Supply.

It's almost 10 years old at this point.

Why would having many disks and them getting full have an impact on my performance?
 

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