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Video card or driver issue?

Pc build with specs--->https://pcpartpicker.com/b/Nn7WGX

SO i recently built my first gaming pc. Everything will run maxed out but all of a sudden a few days ago, rainbow 6 siege as well as a couple other games arent working as well. Instead of running anywhere from 100-144 fps they have dropped to 25-40. But then if I go and open up Doom or BF1 it runs perfectly fine. Its really starting to get on my nerves. I dont really think its the video card itself if its running other games okay. Im assuming it may be drivers but I dont really know what would be causing it. Its not my display adapter or my video card drivers in general I dont think because ive already tried multiple drivers. If anybody could give some input that would be awesome.

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There is no single cause or cure.
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BRB

Ok ill make one when I get home from work and ill get it over to you thanks

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Wag

Change your power plan to high perf.
Now go though each setting and set it to off or never.

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Speccy reading. What I would do if mine.

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