[SOLVED] FPS drops on my new PC

xpertcheese

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Specs:
CPU: i5 9400F
GPU: RTX 2060 XLR8 Gaming OC PNY 6GB Dual Fan
RAM: 8GBx2 DDR4 CRUCIAL BALLISTIX SPORT 3000MHZ
Motherboard: Asus H310M-E Motherboard
Hard disks: 1TB HDD 7200RPM + SSD NVME M.2 256GB XPG SX8200 PRO
Misc: Antec NX600 RGB + 4RGB FANS 120MMX4 Case
Power supply: Antec NE550M Modular 550W Bronze PSU

Temps on rest:
CPU: 32-40 degrees (Celsius)
GPU: 33-34 degrees (Celsius)
Temps in game:
CPU: 60-70 degrees (Celsius)
GPU: 60-70 degrees (Celsius)

https://prnt.sc/rgezlf Mid game screenshot of the PC's stats according to MSI afterburner.

Bought it a couple of weeks ago, everything worked fine with no lags and today I started having FPS drops, they started in CoD modern warfare warzone I had around solid 90 FPS then drops to 60 and now in assassin's creed syndicate drops from 60/80 to 45/55 (1-ish second drops) Any idea why it happens? (The VRAM being used by assassin's creed according to the settings is 3451 out of 5980, haven't checked modern warfare yet.)
P.S The drops are causing visible lag which interrupts my experience that's why I decided to post about it.
 

sobakowa19

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The program "intelligent standby list cleaner" made by same programmer that did "DDU" (its legit) clears cache and system use. Search google and read about it, its way over my head in knowlage but it actually worked
 

xpertcheese

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FPS usually drops in game when more things are happening on screen
the drops happened while I was doing the same stuff I've done before the drops.
For now the drops stopped, I think the source was the battle.net launcher for some reason, I'll update if they come back.
 

sobakowa19

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Check your RAM usage just in the task manager. Whats your memory use and cached space? For me that was the problem after looking for a solution for weeks it was really easy to fix. If your cached memory and RAM usage are high there is an easy fix I can tell you about
 

xpertcheese

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Check your RAM usage just in the task manager. Whats your memory use and cached space? For me that was the problem after looking for a solution for weeks it was really easy to fix. If your cached memory and RAM usage are high there is an easy fix I can tell you about
I'm not having the drops anymore but I'd like to hear the solutions in case I/anyone else will need them.
 

sobakowa19

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The program "intelligent standby list cleaner" made by same programmer that did "DDU" (its legit) clears cache and system use. Search google and read about it, its way over my head in knowlage but it actually worked
 

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