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Billyboy

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  1. Thanks, I honestly don't know what half of those means but I'll try to upgrade to a 200ge or if i can, a r3 1200. Thanks for your help.
  2. It's Windows 10 64-bit. I tried to clean the cpu but there were still a little bit left. I don't know if the cpu is configured correctly, everything is set to default. Thanks for your help
  3. Do I need to just update to the latest version or is there one that 200ge supports? I'm clueless about this stuff.
  4. Will probably look into a 200ge since I can't afford a r3 1200 right now. Thanks.
  5. It is bad but is it 25fps on fortnite bad? I'm asking genuinely because i really have no idea.
  6. I've disabled/uninstalled a lot of default apps and services through some scripts. Didn't change anything. When I'm playing it's just the game, steam and some other minor services
  7. I'm planning on doing that, just want to make sure it's a cpu problem. Thank you for the help
  8. Hey, sometimes the fan gets faster for a second but that's it. The tempsnare at around 80 degrees when gaming. Thanks.
  9. That's the problem, it was always like this from the start but it was a gift and I didn't complain. I've only replaced the HDD with another Seagate 500gb. By the way its a non-ti card, if it makes any difference. Thanks for the reply.
  10. Hello people, I was having a lot of issues with my cpu perfomance over the last 9 months. My Specs are: Athlon x4 950 Asus Gtx 1050 2GB 8GB DDR4 2133Mhz G-Skill Asus Prime A320M-K MB 500gb seagate hdd My problem is, I get really low fps in multiplayer or generally CPU heavy games. Now this system may be shitty but all I'm looking for is stable 30fps, but even in Fortnite it drops to 25fps all the time. -Changing resolution does nothing, so I've narrowed the problem to the cpu. -I opened my computer last day and there was a melted grey paste in-between the heatsink and the cpu, I suppose it was the thermal paste. -I re-applied it but it's still the same.( I couldn't see any bent pins by the way.) Also it doesn't start the drop frames when it gets hot, it always drops frames and stutters.In games, the fps drops occur when I'm in a wide area or when there are a lot of npcs. Also it gets worse if I'm downloading something or if I'm in discord. My question is, which component causes this problem. I don't have a lot of money right now so I don't want to replace anything that works properly. (By the way when playing games the cpu is around 80-85 degrees.) Sorry for weird formating and I can try to answer any questions you have, thank you!
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