As far as I know, RAM can't cause to your CPU overheat that much..
Some tips you may consider and/or check:
1.- Like Vegan said, check your thermal compound and if your CPU is properly seated. Too much paste can cause overheating to, so check if it's not around the socket/motherboard.
2.- Check that your CPU cooler fan works, and you can set a fan speed profile in order to make it work a bit faster. If temps goes down, then it's a first step. If then fan it's not working, then check if it's connected to the motherboard pin, or replace it.
3.- Check your ambient temps and your case airflow/fans. Poor airflow can cause to overheat ALL inside your case, including your motherboard. And if some of the case fans work as well.
4.- Check that the fins of the cooler (I'm supposing it's stock) are clean of dust, and the rest of your case.
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