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I have a really good PC but its running stuff slow

Hey everybody,so not long ago i moved to a new house and i have a really good computer but since i moved my computer started running games slow

Specs:
Processor: Intel Core i7 7700 3.6Ghz
8GB Ram
1tb hard drive + 120GB SSD
Graphics card: Nvidia Geforce GTX1060
motherboard: Asus H110M
Windows 10 64bit
i tried checking the Task manager but i didnt find anything that was eating my CPU,Can you help me please?
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  1. What are you trying to run that's being slow?

    Also, try using Display Driver Uninstaller. Get rid of all drivers, and then reinstall only the latest ones
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  2. Well for one, you are using a kaby lake CPU with a skylake board. But since it boots, it should be fine. However, I would check on a bios update.

    When you say slow, do you mean loading slow, or FPS drops? What's your CPU and GPU usage during gaming? Also what games are you playing at what settings?
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  3. Herc08 said:
    Well for one, you are using a kaby lake CPU with a skylake board. But since it boots, it should be fine. However, I would check on a bios update.

    When you say slow, do you mean loading slow, or FPS drops? What's your CPU and GPU usage during gaming? Also what games are you playing at what settings?


    ill try checking on a bios update and Im playing CS:GO on low settings and getting 30-50 FPS Im playing overwatch too but i didnt try playing it since i moved a house,and i tried running Unturned and i got 30-40 FPS
    And where do i check my GPU usage?
    Csgo uses 3-4% of the CPU and 900-1000MB RAM
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  4. Well if CPU is low, it's not a bottle neck. You may want to download MSI Afterburner, and use the on-display settings to see usage.
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  5. Check your CPU temps. In the move it might have knocked the CPU cooler and not making good contact, causing your CPU to get hot and throttle performance.
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  6. RobCrezz said:
    Check your CPU temps. In the move it might have knocked the CPU cooler and not making good contact, causing your CPU to get hot and throttle performance.


    I checked and when im playing csgo i have around 40-60 CPU Temp
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    Double check you have plugged the monitor into the graphics card, and not the motherboard. Sounds like Integrated graphics performance.
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  8. Never mind guys,i found out that the HDMI Cable of the screen wasnt connected to the right place, now its working as it should, anyways thanks to everybody who tried to help!
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  9. danir214 said:
    Never mind guys,i found out that the HDMI Cable of the screen wasnt connected to the right place, now its working as it should, anyways thanks to everybody who tried to help!


    That's strange. How are you able to boot up with the GPU connected. I guess this board doesn't cut off iGPU.
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