It won't. You have something wrong overall. You need to either reinstall Windows, or try updating all chipset drivers and see if it gets better. A9900k running that far below average would still be poor
I will look at chipset drivers when I’m home, when you say reinstall windows, do I have to just simply reinstall it by pressing a button in settings? And does it wipe my pc?
Given that something is going on and you want to eliminate Windows as the issue, you want the full wipe. That means making Windows 10 install media from Microsoft's website, booting to the flash drive or disk you make and doing a full wipe and reinstall.
I’m not able to directly reply on mobile but @DSzymborski does this mean that I should install the os directly to my m2 this time around? I wasn’t given an option to previously but maybe it just wasn’t formatted or something
Userbenchmark again after you get all the drivers up to date (chipset too) and post results here it'll be enough to tell if it's working proper. You can move whatever is on your m2 over to the hd and bring it back when you're done
I have done everything and now my gpu runs slower than before, latest drivers etc
And what steps did you take between the last two posts? It's getting extremely difficult to follow all the things you're doing on your PC with such a fractured timeline. At this point, I have no idea what you're doing, what you have done, and what you haven't.