Yeah post better pictures. They are too blurry and from what I can make out it doesn't look slow at all. I'm guessing those other results are results of someone else's build after some heavy duty overclocking. Besides, you aren't too far behind them, except for except disk speed. (which obviously has nothing to do with RAM or CPU, Just simply your harddrive speed.)
In the real world all those really cool numbers mean absolutely nothing. Having 2000mhz DDR3 memory compared to 1333mhz DDR3 means most things will start up 0.5 seconds faster! You might get 0.1 fps more in a game.. is it really worth it? For most people it isn't.
The only time that it makes any difference is when you are doing server work, like having a database or something. That is one of the few instances where things like Ram speed and Hard disk speed actually matter.
Just enjoy having one of the fastest processors in the world while you can
and stop worrying about that one frame-per-second that you COULD