[SOLVED] Lag after PC has been running for several hours ?

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Hello,
My computer works just fine when i just turn it on, but after a while of it running (like about 10 hours) I start experiencing massive lags in games that usually work fine on my computer, especially when i move the camera. For example while playing League of legends the game runs normal until i move the camera fast then it start lagging , and after engaging in a fight with enemies i get massive lag, same with other games. After i restart the computer everything goes back to normal again and all games work fine. Restarting the computer is not ideal for me, i used to keep it running for a month or more.

How can i diagnose this issue? is it a software or hardware problem?
 
That 55% RAM usage and 25% CPU usage is that at idle?

You might want to quarantine those PUP and that Hack Tool you're using could be a virus too. Sometime you get false positive but this one I'm not sure about.

Quarantine them. Rescan. Scan with Windows Defender too. Restart. Rescan.

You can even use the Windows 10 Defender offline scan.
 

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- System specs :
-Motherboard : Gigabyte B450 AORUS ELITE
-CPU : AMD Ryzen 5 3600
- WaterCooler : Gamdias 2 x 240 Fans
-RAM : 16 GB RAM G.Skill Trident 3200 mhz
-Storage 1 : Samsung 970 EVO plus NVMe M.2 500GB
-Storage 2 : 2 x Kingston SSD 240 GB
-Storage 3 : Hitachi HDD 2 TO
( This HDD makes lot of noise when used, but its health is shown as good in CrystalDiskInfo)
-GPU : MSI Gaming X Twin frozr 7 RTX 2060 Super
( GPU does make a weird nosie when under load, but to b honest i never put it under load, i play simple games like LoL)
- PSU : Asus ROG-STRIX-650G 80 gold plus 650 Watt
- Case : Cooler Master MasterBox TD500 ARGB
- CPU/ GPU usage after 24 hours :
- CPU/ GPU temps after 24 hours :
- Malwarebytes Scan Results:
 
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That 55% RAM usage and 25% CPU usage is that at idle?

You might want to quarantine those PUP and that Hack Tool you're using could be a virus too. Sometime you get false positive but this one I'm not sure about.

Quarantine them. Rescan. Scan with Windows Defender too. Restart. Rescan.

You can even use the Windows 10 Defender offline scan.
 
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