Hey, so I’m pretty inexperienced when it comes to overclocking and tinkering with CPU settings in the BIOS, but I just have a bit of a question. So I recently picked up an i9-10850k and I’m finding that my cinebench and cpu-z scores are lower than what is reported to be the reference. When I don’t have MCE enabled (it’s set to auto) I’m getting 88 percent for single core and 95 percent for multicore (This is what I’m getting after resetting the cmos as well). When I have MCE fully enabled and turbo enabled I’m getting 101 % on my single core, but 98% on multi core (cpu-z). However, I find that when I take it to cinebench, I’m getting 2000 points less than what it should be. It doesn’t seem like this would be an issue, but my stability is tanking in games. I have a z590 chipset mobo, 32gbs of ddr4 clocked at 3200mhz (Corsair Vengeance sticks with an xmp oc), and solid cooling (temps for the cpu don’t go above 70c under load) but I’m still having issues. Is it just bad silicon; should I enable certain other settings; is it the ram speed/timings? Is this normal for these chips?