Question ryzen 7 3700x suddenly running poorly on some cores

May 28, 2021
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Hello friends,
I've had this problem since a few days now and its annoying and also putting up alot of questions marks.
For a few days now CS:GO has been running really poorly on the cores 14 - 12 - 10 - 8 of my ryzen 7 3700x.
Weird thing being that it has been giving me the most FPS on those cores up until recently. Thinking it might've been
a problem related to CS:GO I tried out a few other games like Overwatch aswell to see the same FPS drops.
Also deselecting those said cores (14 - 12 - 10 - 8) for the games I play within the task-manager seems to fix the problem on the surface,
but does not answer why the problem is occuring in the first place.

I have no idea how to go on about this and I was hoping that some of you guys might know the problem or even how to solve it.

SPECS:
Ryzen 7 3700x
MSI B450 GAMING PLUS MAX
GTX 1060 PALIT 3GB
16 GB RAM @ 2400 Mhz (2x4 GB G.Skill + 1x8 Vengance)

https://prnt.sc/13i796b
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https://prnt.sc/13i79qr
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https://prnt.sc/13i7col
 
Hello friends,
I've had this problem since a few days now and its annoying and also putting up alot of questions marks.
For a few days now CS:GO has been running really poorly on the cores 14 - 12 - 10 - 8 of my ryzen 7 3700x.
Weird thing being that it has been giving me the most FPS on those cores up until recently. Thinking it might've been
a problem related to CS:GO I tried out a few other games like Overwatch aswell to see the same FPS drops.
Also deselecting those said cores (14 - 12 - 10 - 8) for the games I play within the task-manager seems to fix the problem on the surface,
but does not answer why the problem is occuring in the first place.

I have no idea how to go on about this and I was hoping that some of you guys might know the problem or even how to solve it.

SPECS:
Ryzen 7 3700x
MSI B450 GAMING PLUS MAX
GTX 1060 PALIT 3GB
16 GB RAM @ 2400 Mhz (2x4 GB G.Skill + 1x8 Vengance)

https://prnt.sc/13i796b
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https://prnt.sc/13i79qr
-
https://prnt.sc/13i7col
That doesn't disable cores, just monitoring their activity. Also, it's not cores but threads.
PS:
Just found this to disable cores or thread on the fly.
https://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/cpusetter.html
 
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