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Where is my gpu being used

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For the past few days in msi after burner I'm seeing my GPU resources being used but when I see in my task manager which application is using the GPU its showing 0% GPU use. I'm also seeing fps drop in CSGOand other games and frequent crashes in Apex. My laptop is pretty old but it used to run titles like CSGO pretty good but over past few weeks I'm having this issue. I have also checked with process explorer for some miner but couldn't find anything. Please Help

System specification-

CPU - intel i5 7300hq

GPU 1050ti

ram 16gb

Edit : This is on idle pc when I'm not doing anything

 

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You could also use HWInfo to check since task manager doesn't tell you the GPU clock speed

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42 minutes ago, JoshuaKoe said:

What's the 1050Ti's manufacturer?

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti [Lenovo]

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have you tried updating the driver?

Also since it's an old laptop is it overheating?

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6 minutes ago, JoshuaKoe said:

have you tried updating the driver?

Also since it's an old laptop is it overheating?

Yes the drive is updated. No issue of overheating I have reapplied the thermal paste just few months ago and these clock speed are not normal earlier my laptop gpu used to idle at 300 mhz or something but recently it has constantly running at 1400mhz

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1 minute ago, JoshuaKoe said:

did you install anything right before this happened?

TBH I don't remember. I'm going to reset my pc now.

edit : I also tried finding any mining bot with process explorer sysinternals but no luck.

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6 minutes ago, JoshuaKoe said:

did you try reinstalling the driver?

you can just reboot into safe mode and ddu the old driver

will try this first

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37 minutes ago, JoshuaKoe said:

did you try reinstalling the driver?

you can just reboot into safe mode and ddu the old driver

This works it back to normal again and games are running fine again. Thanks Man much appreciated

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