Question Pc suddenly very laggy

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So i Upgraded my PC last week, I have a ryzen 5 3600x 16gb of ddr4 a msi x570 edge wifi board and still a 650 ti because i dont have that kind of money right now. The PC was running fine untill today, for a baseline Yesterday i was able to stream 60 FPS 1080P while staying above 60 in game. But today when i woke up i cant even get above 20 on minecraft. I have restarted my pc checked background processes and nothing out of the ordinary was there. The CPU temp is a little weird tho. It will progressively go from 60 Celcius down to 50 then jump back up to 60 and it keeps doing that. Any help is appreciated!
 

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What do you mean upgraded? Did you buy a new PC and just new components? If so what components?

Those temps are fine. 50-60 is where you should be under light-moderate load. If it is at 50-60 without any load and/or it goes above 80-85 under load, then you need better cooling.
 
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What do you mean upgraded? Did you buy a new PC and just new components? If so what components?

Those temps are fine. 50-60 is where you should be under light-moderate load. If it is at 50-60 without any load and/or it goes above 80-85 under load, then you need better cooling.
I mean the only thing I kept from my old pc was the graphics card so if you could say it’s a new pc. It just crashed but before it said something about too many x 16 processes or something. I couldn’t read much because it just shut down after
 

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I mean the only thing I kept from my old pc was the graphics card so if you could say it’s a new pc. It just crashed but before it said something about too many x 16 processes or something. I couldn’t read much because it just shut down after
If it meant 16 bit processes, then it could be because you switched from a 32-bit OS to a 64-bit OS (64-bit OS can't run 16-bit programs) and copied old programs over. However, it sounds like this could be a memory issue. If you can get the computer up again, I would run windows memory diagnostics to make sure your RAM is stable. Unstable RAM can cause issues like this.
 
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If it meant 16 bit processes, then it could be because you switched from a 32-bit OS to a 64-bit OS (64-bit OS can't run 16-bit programs) and copied old programs over. However, it sounds like this could be a memory issue. If you can get the computer up again, I would run windows memory diagnostics to make sure your RAM is stable. Unstable RAM can cause issues like this.
Just finished the diagnostic and no ram issues.
 

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