computer freezes on certin games

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geodude32

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i have a msi ge72 laptop i use to be able to play csgo and league of legends but now i cant i have no problem playing high intense games like h1z1 and battle filed 1 bata when i start league or csgo my computer starts lagging than freezes but if i run h1 or bf it has no problems

my specs are
gtx960m
16gbram
intel core i7 4 cores
 
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What make/model is your PSU?
Make a note of the full list of temperatures and voltages from BIOS. Then boot into Windows, run HWMonitor and a fullscreen game for a few minutes, then post back with the BIOS readings and a screenshot of HWMonitor so we can compare your computer's idle and stressed performance.
If anything is overclocked, reset to default and reboot.
 

geodude32

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my laptop is MSI GE72 2QD APACHE PRO 235 Gaming Laptop and ill get the temp and voltages in a bit
 

geodude32

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the first pic is me running nothing
i could not find the temp in bios
 
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flavallee

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Besides your images being too small to see clearly, HWMonitor is no longer recommended here for checking temperatures.
Try using Piriform Speccy.

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flavallee

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The processor is running at 115 degrees F.
The graphics is running at 92 degrees F.
Those temperatures look fine to me.

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