My Computer got some major problem

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Andre45

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Hello Sir/Ma’am
My Computer recently began slowing I dont know why but I went to nearest comp store then they said the “The problem seems the processor” and then after 5 days we went to Biggest store little bit farther than the previous one and they said “The problem is your SSD” it maybe full and I said its 100gb free storage why will it slow
Btw in the first place browser starts to not responding even the low end games can’t run as it should my PC is i5-4440 intel core processor
1Gb GT 630
4 gb of ram
500 gb SSD
My game is only League of Legends and is beyond the reccomendation
Then my uncle said lets try to reformat back to windows 7
(Btw My Original OS is windows 7 I updated to Windows 10 through the official microsoft)
Windows 7 - Windows 10 - Windows 7
After that its just the same as the previous one I dont know
After I download the game
(League of Legends)
The “PRE-SETTING” was Med-High and the avg Fps is 03-01 them I switch to very low is just the same fps 03-01
Please Help me this just my brief explanation I wasted money but didn’t resolved my comp problem
 

crjdriver

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In order to help you, you need to post a lot more data. You need to post your exact system specs; ie exact motherboard, exact ram, exact pw supply, etc, etc. If this is a big box system ie dell, hp, whatever, post the exact brand, model# and service tag#
Next having 100gig free on a 500gig drive is not going to slow down your system. If you had 10gig free, that might slow it down however not having 100gig free. Common reasons for a slow system;
1 Overheating. The processor will throttle itself down in order to maintain temp
2 Virus/Malware
3 Failing pw supply
Check your temps and voltages; specifically cpu temp, system temp, 12V, 5V, and 3.3V values. Post those here. Most motherboard mfg have monitoring software for their boards however we have no idea what motherboard you have so telling you what software to use is impossible. There are third party programs like HWMonitor however they are not all that accurate.
 

flavallee

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my PC is i5-4440 intel core processor
1Gb GT 630
4 gb of ram
500 gb SSD
These are the average performance scores for the processor and graphic card in your computer.

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Since you use your computer for gaming, you should add another 4 GB of RAM and run it with 8 GB.

crjdriver is one of the hardware/gaming experts here, so make sure to reply to his questions and comments in post #3.

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