I've been having with the PC such as, stutter, mouse input lags, keyboard lags.
There are no signs in Task Manager that something is using up high, all(CPU,GPU,RAM,HDD,SSD) has low usage without spikes or unknown services. The computer was built in 2017 23th of December where at the first week of usage everything was great. After that week everything started going sluggish.
The strange part comes here, When I do reset CPU, or RAM, or Reflash Bios, everything is better and smoother but for less than a 5 minutes. When reinstalling, installing or deleting programs, the mouse while in that process is being super responsive and faster. Strange right? So any change made to my PC makes it better.
I have no some softwares that would do this issue, like Aura or Gigabyte softwares for RGB or etc etc.
So who can explain the process now?!?!
, WHEN you delete, reinstall program, or install, which components are activated and how they flow trough that process? EX: how the ram cpu mobo gpu are corresponding doing this process(Installing huge program or Game)? I haven't changed the GPU, PSU and the Motherboard, but I want to include that GPU is showing high frames and low frametimes. PSU never shut-down'ed my PC. There were people saying it could be motherboard but due the prices in my country for the Motherboards, GPUs and PSUs, I cannot play Roulette and guess which one is it.
Any further assistance is very much appreciated to find the real Part causing this issue.
I changed the CPU 1 week ago, the issue was here but it was torelable, but the issue came back like always it does;
Things I tried:
- BIOS updates(Till the last);
- CPU/RAM overclock, and without OC;
- Installing latest drivers from manufacturer websites(latest and previous ones;
- Tweaking Windows 10 and there was no a little bit change in the issue;
- Formated the SSD 30 times, to configure clean installs and good Drivers tested with LatencyMon;
- Changed my current Mouse,Keyboard,Monitor,Ram,SSD,HDD,CPU with other ones;(Peripherals are all wired)
- Tried all USB ports;
- Installed all of the chipset drivers one by one in new different clean Format of Windows 10;
Note: It is clearly that the issue is not due Software/driver issue configuration.
- Ryzen 2600;
- Asus X370 PRIME PRO;
- 2x8 DDR4 Kingston Hyperx 3200Mhz;
- SSD nvme Kingston A1000;
- HDD WD10EZEX Blue;
- Asus GTX 1060 6GB;
- Cooler Master Vanguard 750W+ Gold Certified;