Lower FPS after changing mobo, RAM and CPU

Hello guys, first thread so if I made something wrong, apologies. So I transitioned from an Intel d946gzis to gigabyte ga-h81m-s1. The RAM that I use for the new motherboard is 2x Kingston 2GB DIMM, DDR3, 1600MHz, CL11, 1.5V ; CPU - Intel Celeron G1840. And the GPU that I use on the old mobo and on the new one is nvidia geforce 9600 gt 1 gb. So for example I ran League of Legends on at least 80 fps with the old configuration and on this one I get 30 fps at most. I've removed the parts, put them back together, installed Chipset, GPU, Audio drivers, reinstalled Windows and wiped everything that was on the HDD /Samsung 500 GB/ but nothing worked. Note: I was using the latest GPU drivers on the older configuration so that's not the case. Checked the BIOS for any CPU underclocking.
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  1. Calvin7 said:
    RAM for Celeron G1840 is DDR3-1333MHz not DDR3-1600MHz.
    http://ark.intel.com/products/80800/Intel-Celeron-Processor-G1840-2M-Cache-2_80-GHz


    Don't they just use the lower speed, like mixing RAM modules with different speed?
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