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Random yet consistent Computer lag

Hi, My computer is fantastic as far as all the tech and gear inside of it as I even just bought a new fan. for over 3 years this computer has been doing wonderful no problems whatsoever. Just recently I started getting lag spikes if I was on one thing (like a browser or a game) and clicked on something else. it's really frustrating and I have no idea what caused this. this is a video of what happens ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zb-YAqhA4Zo&feature=youtu.be ) Don't know what caused it or why it happens. (Task Manager : https://gyazo.com/5967102d10c1ac300879dd5ada9c0a99 )

Sometimes, maybe for an hour at a time the computer will work fine and there would be no problems, but most of the time it's a problem. But nothing's out of the ordinary as far as I know? Anyone have any ideas? windows 10 btw Happy thanks.

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Sounds similar to this recent discussion.

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Not similar

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not similar. I can still play games but whenever I switch a type of client or anything it will lag for like 5 seconds as if a major fps drop occurred.

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Sorry then.

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I have a method to look around a laggy machine. Sorry that it doesn't apply here. Hope someone can guess what's up.

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