low benchmarks with this asus gtx670/sabertooth/dominator

I'm loosing it man lol, have a asus sabertooth 990fx r2.0 mb./asus gtx 670 direct2cu II vid. card/ 16 gigs of corsair vengeance 1600 cmz16gx3m4a1600c9/CPU is thuban 1055t AMD /PSU is Raidmax 630 watt RX-630-z/I;m using in win griffin case/ air cooling aftermarket deep cool only 4 heat pipes copper, rest aluminium. this rig is only getting 5.72kpt score in sis and 7800 in 3dmark 11. well i had a gigabyte mb. on before with asus 660ti d2cu2 oc version with that mb. and card.I was getting 7.82kpt and 8250 in 3dmark so i thought the board was bottleneck so i got new board ie. sabertooth and traded back my gtx660ti and got gtx670 now scores are even lower even when i had 460gtx and patriot memory at 1333 my sis score was 6.52kpt is it my CPU or my power supply or what help me.I have it OC.to 3.5GHz boost off cant get it to work anyway even if I turn it on in bios. maybe its my bios settings cause this MB. is a lot to digest so i run it optimized default settings http://img.tomshardware.com/forum/uk/icones/smilies/pt1cable.gif
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  1. your score SHOULDN'T decrease from upgrading kit, but it does happen. I don't think it is that this time around. i'd personally look into the drivers for your GPU more than anything else. also ensure that you are benchmarking the GPU, not any on-board graphics (not joking, we all do stupid stuff sometimes). the 670 is generally a better card than the 600ti (especially if you OC, it starts to approach the gtx 680 stock if you get a decent board). defo look into the drivers for everything. completely strip them off and start from scratch using the latest on your manufacturer's website. you have put there that your PSU is 125 watt. i am going to presume that is a massive typo and not comment on it unless you say otherwise. you haven't said what CPU you have, only that it is AMD, so let us know what one it is and we will happily point you in the right direction as far as that is concerned.

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