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  1. I found the solution to the core problem, windows key -> msconfig -> enter - > boot tab - > advanced options - > set it to 6 cores and restarted. Now it shows 6 cores / 12 logical processors. I ran cinebench and got 3176, I've never used Cinebench before so I got no clue if that's good or bad.
  2. I reset it to default and task manager still shows 3 cores, 6 logical processors. I downloaded Cinebench and it says the same there too. I should probably not run Cinebench before I get this sorted right?
  3. Here's the task manager, by resetting BIOS do you mean resetting all the changes to default?
  4. Not sure what a VM is, I couldn't find anywhere if I had disabled cores in BIOS. Just to make it clear, task manager says "3 cores, 6 logical processors". It should say 6 cores, 12 logical processors right?
  5. I just checked in BIO's and hyperthreading is enabled, even in task manager it says 3 cores 6 threads. Alright, I will try running Cinebench later today. Thanks for the help
  6. Built a PC for the first time recently, so I thought I would try the userbenchmark to see how my components are performing compared to others. RAM & SSD is "over" performing, while the GPU is a little behind, but the CPU is way behind. Is there anything I can do about that? I really only noticed low FPS in CSGO, perhaps because CSGO is CPU dependant? Meanwhile the PC works just fine in Witcher 3 & other more demanding games. Also wanna add that my temps look good, CPU has been at 55C at the max. GPU at 72C at the max. Any help is much appreciated, as I'm really a newbie. Link to my userbenchmark: https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/33115167
  7. Update: It happened again, I installed an older version of windows 10 but that didn't work. Now i'm worried it has something to do with the 'hardware'.
  8. That's at 0% too, nothing was out of the ordinary as far as I know.
  9. Update: My little brother bought the exact same PC as I did at the same time too. Now he's the one getting lags, we updated windows 10 the same day (4-5 days ago). So it really makes me think it has something to do with windows. But then it doesn't make sense why it worked to let it sit overnight. Because if you just do a simple restart it still lags when it boots. Shutting it off for 30 minutes and it still lags. I checked the task manager when it happend for him and cpu is at 0-1%, memory is at 18%. Should we get an earlier version of windows?
  10. Alright, thanks I'll look out for that. Hopefully it's not a virus, I did scan immediately today when I booted it just in case and nothing was found.
  11. No, I'm only using about 50%.
  12. I updated windows 3-4 days ago, I can't reproduce the error sadly. I really have no clue why it did it.
  13. Yeah, temps are completely fine. I have hardware monitor open while gaming, it shows max temp and it's 68-70c. Specs = Motherboard: Asus tuf b450m / CPU: Ryzen 5 3600 / GPU: Rtx 2070 super / SSD: Intel 660p 512GB / PSU: Corsair VS550 550W / RAM: Corsair 16GB DDR4-3200 Everything is stock, no software installed recently. Just mostly games.
  14. Hey, I just bought a new PC 2 weeks ago. Yesterday I was playing a game when all of a sudden it started lagging a LOT. I thought it was just the game, so I closed it down. But everything was slow, even my cursor on the start screen. First I looked at temps and none of them were even close to being dangerously hot. I then decided to just shut off the PC, which took atleast 2 minutes in itself because it was reacting so slowly. Booted it again after 5 minutes, the same thing.. Everything was extremely slow, so I ended up shutting it down once again and going to bed. Now next day everything is normal, no lags, no nothing. I kinda want to know what the problem was, because if it's something serious then I need to RMA the PC. If you need anymore information, feel free to ask and I'll try my best to answer it.
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