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High Load of CPU and Large deacrease of computer performance

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Hp Prodesk 490 G2 MT
Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)

Specifications:

cpu: i7 4790

gpu: Nvidia 1050 Ti

16GB Ram Kingston

Samsung ssd 850 evo

Toshiba 1TB

corsair vs 550

win 7 pro.

When i bought new gpu my cpu is  on the full load.

Sorry for my English

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Measure, measure, measure.

 

Open Windows "Task Manager", and switch to the "Performance" tab, to show the CPU and RAM usage.

Click on "Resource Monitor" at the bottom of the page to "drill-down" to see which process is using the most CPU.

 

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I checked:
Razer synapse
Kaspersky
and firefox.
I will send you soon screen of this.
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The screenprocess.png

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> Razer synapse

 

I am not familiar with this program.


> Kaspersky

 

Does the 45th President of the USA trust any software, such as this one, that is owned by a Russian company?

 

Is it doing a "full" virus-scan -- reading all your files, and virus-scanning each one of them?


> firefox.

 

Close it, and measure again.

 

 

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