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Low fps while gaming but good spec.

For the first few days,it was running like a dream. Used to play every game smoothly without any problem.
Now I cant bypass the 30-50 fps. Random lag spikes and chrome is being also slow.
I Don't load up a ton of unnecessary applications on start up.
I've already tried Avast and Malwarebytes.

[Spec]
NVIDIA GeForce GT 630
processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-3570 CPU @ 3.40GHz 3.80 GHz
Ram: 8GB
Windows 7 64bit
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  1. It could be simply software related. But first check your temps, cpu usage and gpu usage using msi afterburner while playing and tells us your results.
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  2. chegalhavara said:
    It could be simply software related. But first check your temps, cpu usage and gpu usage using msi afterburner while playing and tells us your results.


    GPU usage 90-100
    FB usage 30-80
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  3. Nothing seems wrong here, it's a slow, non-gaming GPU - I can't imagine this was ever running like a dream. If you have something more specific, it would be helpful, but I wouldn't expect much performance from those specs (primarily the GPU).
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  4. DSzymborski said:
    Nothing seems wrong here, it's a slow, non-gaming GPU - I can't imagine this was ever running like a dream. If you have something more specific, it would be helpful, but I wouldn't expect much performance from those specs (primarily the GPU).


    ok I managed to bring back the old fps but now I have random lag spikes
    how do i fix that?
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    Fisox_ said:
    DSzymborski said:
    Nothing seems wrong here, it's a slow, non-gaming GPU - I can't imagine this was ever running like a dream. If you have something more specific, it would be helpful, but I wouldn't expect much performance from those specs (primarily the GPU).


    ok I managed to bring back the old fps but now I have random lag spikes
    how do i fix that?


    Honestly, I expect this GPU to run into trouble of that sort. You really need to be more specific, there's a difference between fps drops if you're trying to play Battlefield 1 or if you're trying to play an old game, such as Morrowind.
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