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The problem was the ssd it was making the pc extremly slow for some reason might have been infected. but anyways he is currently using my old harddrive and everything is working good 200FPS on medium settings in CSGO.

 

If anyone has the same problem then i recommend to trying to change hard drive or reinstalling windows

and making a clean boot up in msconfig.

So my friend has a GTX 650 8GB RAM and a i5 4690k processor

And he cant even manage to watch youtube videos at 720p and he is getting 20 fps in cs go at lowest settings.

 

He could play cs go at medium settings with 120 fps but now he suddenly lags on everything. and cant even get over 30 fps.

 

I have tried reinstalling windows and reinstalling GPU drivers. i have also tried to overclock and he only gets 7 more fps from it.

 

I noticed that his cpu is not being used at all while playing cs go its only at 16% and thats beacuse of skype and chrome.

 

The temperature looks normal 50 °C

 

I have also tried to defrag and scanned the pc with 3 differentt antivirus scanner's

 

He has 120GB SSD and 1 terabyte space that is not being used the only programs that are installed are advanced systemcare and avast and steam with csgo and chrome.

 

and none of his cpu's are cpu parked. i also checked if his cpu's where underclocked but everything seems normal 3,5GHZ with 4 cores. only 0.90-1.2 GHZ is being used when he is playing games.

 

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YOU NEVER DEFRAG AN SSD. EVER!!!

Why would you not defrag a ssd?

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Did you defrag his SSD? His GPU is bottlenecking him (most likely).

Proboly but still he could play with much higher settings without lags before.

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Why would you not defrag a ssd?

Defragmenting an SSD kills the memory chips inside of it, greatly reducing their life span. most Defraging programs will even warn you before you go and try to defrag an SSD.

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Defragmenting an SSD kills the memory chips inside of it, greatly reducing their life span. most Defraging programs will even warn you before you go and try to defrag an SSD.

Thats good to know thanks.

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Thats good to know thanks.

Defragging SSDs does not kill the memory chips. You can defrag an SSD and be okay. The main effect you're going to get is write cycles being used up faster. If the drive is already at the end of its life for write cycles, then defragging will probably use the rest of them up.

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The problem was the ssd it was making the pc extremly slow for some reason might have been infected. but anyways he is currently using my old harddrive and everything is working good 200FPS on medium settings in CSGO.

 

If anyone has the same problem then i recommend to trying to change hard drive or reinstalling windows

and making a clean boot up in msconfig.

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