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Hello guys!I have a problem with cpu usage.I have an I7 9700 and in idle 2 cores are goes to 100% which is 25% usage but when i wanted to see what use my cpu and open my task manager usage goes back to normal about 3-5% and after about 20 minutes goes up again.Then i downloaded Advanced system care and took a look at performance monitor.There i found the process called "decompress" and it uses 25% when idle.How can i solve this problem?I tried malwarebytes and ASC scans and it didn't help.

My system spec:

Asus strix B360-g gaming

I5 8400

Asus rog strix rtx 2060 gaming

Kingstone hyperx fury rgb 2x8gb 2666mhz

8x12cm fans sama rgb

Psu Antec vpf 550w 80+ bronze

Ssd 128gb toshiba

2tb of wd green hdd

Hp omen 25 144hz 1080p

 

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This is a windows 10 thing. Not related to any other hardware. It compresses some memory for faster cpu access. 

 

What version of windows are you running? Does it need updating?

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14 hours ago, ShrimpBrime said:

This is a windows 10 thing. Not related to any other hardware. It compresses some memory for faster cpu access. 

 

What version of windows are you running? Does it need updating?

I updated it to newest version and no difference. 

My system spec:

Asus strix B360-g gaming

I5 8400

Asus rog strix rtx 2060 gaming

Kingstone hyperx fury rgb 2x8gb 2666mhz

8x12cm fans sama rgb

Psu Antec vpf 550w 80+ bronze

Ssd 128gb toshiba

2tb of wd green hdd

Hp omen 25 144hz 1080p

 

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Here's a tid bit I came across during some reading. Perhaps it may help you.

 

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For closure, on Win 10, I went to: Start->Control Panel->Administrative Tools->Task Scheduler Task Scheduler Library->Microsoft->Windows->MemoryDiagnostic There are two line items. Running of the task may be dependent upon log events. I'm not sure if they just have to exist, or if they trigger upon entry into the log. I disabled the RunFullMemoryDiagnosticEntry. I no longer see the 5% to 12% utilization after a few minutes delay. In the properties of the Task, on the settings tab, in may be possible to adjust things to not run very often. .... testing for another time

 

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