FPS Dropping Over Time

Cooprrr

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My pc (1660ti, 16 gb ram, ryzen 5 2600x) has been having this issue where when i load up a game, its perfectly fine for the first few minutes i play, then it gets ****** over time, i have cleaned my pc, reset it completely, reinstalled drivers and games, let it sit for a few hours off. I do not know what else to do
 

Cooprrr

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when i play games i drop down to 60 to 50 frames, but i start the game usally at abput 180 - 200+. but over a few minutes it gets to 60 to 50 frames. 1660 ti, amd ryzen 5 2600, 16 gb ram. i already reset my pc, re installed drivers, cleaned it out, turned it off for an hour im not sure whats happenign
 
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Hello, Please answer all of the bellow.

1. In what game do you experience this problem?
name just one game that is most affected

2. Is any hardware component overclocked?
3. Do you experience this with online games only or local single player games or both?
4. Where do you get drivers from?, if there are multiple sources name them all
5. Do you use registry cleaners, system tweak tools, system cleaners and similar bogus software?

Please provide minimum system info:
https://static.techguy.org/download/tsginfo.exe
 
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Cooprrr

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Hello, Please answer all of the bellow.

1. In what game do you experience this problem?
name just one game that is most affected

2. Is any hardware component overclocked?
3. Do you experience this with online games only or local single player games or both?
4. Where do you get drivers from?, if there are multiple sources name them all
5. Do you use registry cleaners, system tweak tools, system cleaners and similar bogus software?

Please provide minimum system info:
https://static.techguy.org/download/tsginfo.exe
1. Valorant
2. no
3. all games i play are online except for minecraft and even then i notice obvious drops
4. nvidia
5. no not yet
 
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Cooprrr

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I'm sorry but information you provided is not sufficient to troubleshoot your problem.

For example NVIDIA surely does not provide all the drivers that are required for stable system.
Secondly I have no clue what hardware you are running.

For more information see bellow links that may help you:
https://www.howtogeek.com/80108/how-to-get-detailed-information-about-your-pc-2/
https://www.howtogeek.com/352922/how-to-find-official-hardware-drivers-for-windows/
this is for the pc hardware
 

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Cooprrr

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I'm sorry but information you provided is not sufficient to troubleshoot your problem.

For example NVIDIA surely does not provide all the drivers that are required for stable system.
Secondly I have no clue what hardware you are running.

For more information see bellow links that may help you:
https://www.howtogeek.com/80108/how-to-get-detailed-information-about-your-pc-2/
https://www.howtogeek.com/352922/how-to-find-official-hardware-drivers-for-windows/
here
 

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