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CPU running at 0.54ghz in task manager. (Ryzen 9 5950x)

I recently finished my first pc build and after installing all my drivers (I think I have them all) and then did the extract all on each one I noticed that my CPU is running at 0.54ghz in task manager and I don't know how to fix this and is making me worried.

 

All info will be greatly appreciated. 

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3 minutes ago, CosmicWaves said:

I recently finished my first pc build and after installing all my drivers (I think I have them all) and then did the extract all on each one I noticed that my CPU is running at 0.54ghz in task manager and I don't know how to fix this and is making me worried.

 

All info will be greatly appreciated. 

Does it go back up when you start launching programs? 

 

What's your current power plan? 

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I haven't really checked if it has gone up after running programs all I have been doing is going onto chrome and trying to figure this out. And my guess when you say power plan is about my power supply and it's a 1000w gold from seasonic.

 

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4 minutes ago, CosmicWaves said:

I haven't really checked if it has gone up after running programs all I have been doing is going onto chrome and trying to figure this out. And my guess when you say power plan is about my power supply and it's a 1000w gold from seasonic.

 

NO, windows power plan.

Try something heavy, like a game or a cpu benchmark, that should stress it. Modern cpus run at a low speed at idle to conserve power.

I could use some help with this!

please, pm me if you would like to contribute to my gpu bios database (includes overclocking bios, stock bios, and upgrades to gpus via modding)

Bios database

My beautiful, but not that powerful, main PC:

prior build:

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2 minutes ago, CosmicWaves said:

Ok Ill try that any benchmarks you would recommend

 

And when I did try playing a game (Minecraft) I was getting like 4 to 12 fps so I'll try the benchmark first then check out the windows power plan stuff.

 

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35 minutes ago, CosmicWaves said:

And when I did try playing a game (Minecraft) I was getting like 4 to 12 fps so I'll try the benchmark first then check out the windows power plan stuff.

 

Check your temperatures. Could be seriously thermal throttling due to no paste, sticker on cpu cooler, bad moumt. 

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In the windows power plan what should I be looking for and if needed what to change?

 

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3 minutes ago, Blue4130 said:

Check your temperatures. Could be seriously thermal throttling due to no paste, sticker on cpu cooler, bad moumt. 

My temps are at 39-40 Celsius in the amd Ryzen master program.

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