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pc slow

I have done everything the internet has told me
I was playing a game on my pc and it suddenly became laggy and this has been happening for 2-4 months
i have factory reset it and its still slow
I have gtx 980 ti
i7 6700k 4 core
coolmaster m2 850w
m7679 motherboard
Samsung 950 ssd
this has never happened before I played that game and was running 5 times the speed

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Factory reset may no longer be good enough.
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Does not appear to be in factory configuration.

1. My first clue is BlueStacksHelper. I've yet to find that on a factory configured PC.
GET TO PLAIN STOCK IF YOU CAN.

2. "NVIDIA Display driver update released in July 2019"
Nvidia has newer versions. With this I'm going with you are allowing Microsoft to update drivers. Yes, you may have Geforce Experience but something else is in control. Google how to disable Microsoft's Driver Update then get your Geforce driver to the version you know worked or latest.

3. Why so many SVCHOST entries? You have to find out.

4. Killer. I ran into issues with some versions of their driver. Get current.

5. CPU CORE SPEEDS look low. Try CPUID or such to verfiy. Might be an issue with Intel's extreme tuning app.

6. RAM looks to be underspeed. Try XMP.

7. BIOS is current. Good to see that.

8. If none of the above leads to any improvement try this: Try it with just one display then the other. We've encountered really odd and sorry to write no real cure for slowdowns when the display is plugged in. I hope to encounter more of these IRL.

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