Upgraded Processor but still Maxing out.

I have a computer that is dropping frames on streaming that I thought would not be suffering this problem.  I had a computer with a Intel Core 2 Quad 2.83 ghz (Q9550) that was maxxing out processor when I tried to stream through Adobe Live Media Encoder.  I figured that this was processor related, so I built a new computer with an AMD FX-8300 8-core 3.3 ghz.  I am having the same problem though, with it maxxing out processor and dropping frames.  Is it the case that Adobe Live Media Encoder just can't effectively manage my processors (as far as I can tell the program is from 2009)?
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fred hakimRetired ITCommented:
Have you tried another streamer?
aclaus225Author Commented:
I have used OBS Studio, but it puts lines in the signal when someone moves.  It doesn't tax the processor quite as much.
andyalderSaggar maker's framemakerCommented:
Try disabling a few cores in BIOS, if the application is single-threaded that can let the CPU bump the clock speed up. If the problem gets worse you'll know that it is multithreaded.

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How much memory in both systemstate?

CPU peg means swapping, under speced memory. Resources.
aclaus225Author Commented:
There was 8 gb of memory in the core 2 system and there is 16 gb of memory in the AMD system.
aclaus225Author Commented:
I just did a 30 minute video with no dropped frames.  What I ended up doing was going into the BIOS and just clicking "Optimized Defaults" and it kept my processor between 55 and 65% instead of around 95 to 100%.
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