Question Nvidia GPU low performance Issue

Jul 19, 2019
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Very Recently, my laptop performance dropped visibly in games (checked in Witcher III and Unigine Heaven), fps drops from 50ish to 15-20, I havent updated my drivers since the win10 May 2019 update and performance was fine, dont know what's causing the Issue, no Thermal Throttling, CPU clockspeed is normal and can reach max turbo clock, but utilization is low (5-15%), GPU runs with no problem (99-100% usage, 1747MHz). When I noticed the performance drop, i got BSOD with code FAULTY_HARDWARE_CORRUPTED_PAGE, never happened again though.

Specs:
  • ASUS TUF GAMING FX505GE
  • Windows 10 Home 64-bit 1903
  • CPU : I7 8750H
  • GPU: GTX 1050Ti 4GB
  • RAM : 8GB
  • NVMe KINGSTON RBUSNS8 (512gb)
  • KINGSTON SA400S374 (SATA 2,5" SSD)
Steps I tried:
  • Undo Undervolt
  • Clean install Nvidia and Intel Driver with DDU
  • Using newest drivers- Using ASUS drivers
  • Disabled Fast Startup on system settings
  • BIOS Reset
  • Disabled VT-D in BIOS
  • Flash BIOS from 305 to 304 (both was working perfectly until now)
  • Reinstalled ACPI-Compliant Battery Driver-
-Uninstall NVIDIA Geforce Experience
  • Refresh Windows
  • Clean Install to Win10 1809
  • Memory Diagnostic (no errors)
seems something happened with resource/cpu usage since my cpu temp usually hovers at around 85 on load to 60-70 now. Any help would be very appreciated!

HWMonitor and Heaven Bench result:

https://ibb.co/9wp0c22

https://ibb.co/F66hGhq

https://ibb.co/KmH1tMs

https://ibb.co/QN09HW0
 
When I noticed the performance drop, i got BSOD with code FAULTY_HARDWARE_CORRUPTED_PAGE, never happened again though.
Are you sure you ran a MEM test, and there were no errors ? have you tried disabling the Windows Fast Startup feature, for the time being ?

Because, the above bugcheck can only occur by memory corruption mostly due to physical memory access, IMO. The causes include:
  1. A defective RAM hardware in the system.
  2. A driver or device trying to "incorrectly" modify and alter physical pages via an incorrect DMA operation, and/or an associated MDL.
  3. Corruption due to a hardware device, or firmware corrupting memory, such as some firmware which illegally modify the physical pages.
 
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Are you sure you ran a MEM test, and there were no errors ? have you tried disabling the Windows Fast Startup feature, for the time being ?

Because, the above bugcheck can only occur by memory corruption mostly due to physical memory access, IMO. The causes include:
  1. A defective RAM hardware in the system.
  2. A driver or device trying to "incorrectly" modify and alter physical pages via an incorrect DMA operation, and/or an associated MDL.
  3. Corruption due to a hardware device, or firmware corrupting memory, such as some firmware which illegally modify the physical pages.
Thanks for the informative reply!
I've re-run memtest86 and windows diagnostic, no error was found
 

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