Something is wrong with my pc??? please help

zacw815

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Something is terribly wrong with my computer and i just cant figure it out. I built it about 2 mouths ago and it was working fine till last week. I have done every single virus scan that is out there, I have de fragmented my hard drive and i have removed all junk files. The only other issue i can think of his built dust inside the computer. please help??


p.s its also a high end computer so no hardware issues.
 

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"Something is terribly wrong with my computer... "

Well..for someone to attempt to help you, an actual description of the problem might be useful.
 

zacw815

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sorry guys im new to this whole thing and for example chrome and all other browsers is extremely slow, my download speed is around 60-65 mbps so i dont believe its the internet. Its like it has trouble processing a new tab in chrome as well. Also when i am watching a movie in full screen it becomes very slow and laggy. Overall it just seems like the system has slowed down alot and takes time to buffer.


specs:
Processor: i7 3700k 3.4 GHz

Ram: 8gb ddr3 ram(sorry i dont know what exact brand)

Mother board: Gigabyte Z68XP-UD3R

Video card: GTX 650

Case: Antec gaming case Nine hundred V3

Operating system: Windows 7

Keyboard: Standard Inland Keyboard

Mouse: Razer mamba 2013

Monitor: asus 25 inch LED
 

Jaxem

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How about your PSU, a maxed out PSU can cause those kinds of symptoms without actually shutting down. What model?
 

xangyi

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adjusted post. waffling ...

Tip : http://www.howtogeek.com/119191/browser-slow-how-to-make-google-chrome-fast-again/

" and all other browsers "

how many do you run ? i uninstalled these , faster.
 

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Dude. What?

 

xangyi

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play a DVD , see if the frame rate is affected watching a film offline.

http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/graphics/2012/10/04/evga-geforce-gtx-650-1gb-review/1

Specifications

Graphics processor: Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 1GB, 1,058MHz
Pipeline: 384 stream processors, 32 Texture Units, 16 ROPs
Memory: 1GB GDDR5, 5GHz effective
Bandwidth: 80GB/sec, 128-bit interface <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< Your Video Bottle neck.
Compatibility: DirectX 11.1, OpenGL 4.1
Outputs/Inputs: DVI x 2, HDMI
Power connections: 6-pin
Size: 152mm, dual-slot
Warranty: Three years

256 or 384 bit memory interface is better. read the link this is a Budget card. Buffer the full movie

do not run to many browser tools. i un installed my chrome and silver light , Turn off plugins when you stream movies.
my browser became faster. i use fire fox. watch in a smaller window.

personally i would up grade your PSU to 800watts. does not mean you have to.

i use a 1000 watts. just to be safe.

when i first read this post , i though its your internet connection. you rig looks fine.
i had browser issues last week with virgin media , low and behold it was an SNR signal problem
 

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i would say your Graphics memory interface is too small for your processing / Bus power

read here to get an idea.
http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/317597-33-question-memory-interface
The puzzle is that it took two months to slow.
Try running a game that has a film intro to it and see if that stutters.
To solve it , try a GPU with bigger interface memory.
use Task manager and click on Resource manager , Look at Temperatures of your hardware running. did you apply thermal paste properly.
if you cant open a browser TAB you have a hardware issue. i had this 2 weeks ago , i bought a new cooler and arctic thermal paste and boom , all fixed. due to over heating.

down size your movie window , do not watch in 1920x1080 . try lessor 640x480 window.
are you running in HDMI , try the DVI port , see if the frame rate changes.

just been reading about your mobo. is your card in the PCIEx16 slot , are both GPU lanes being used , if so your mobo will only work at x8. make sure your monitor is plugged into the integrated graphics port at the back ,
http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=3911#sp

2- Also because it is a sandy bridge mobo z68 and an Ivy Bridge cpu, you will have to do extra steps to use the hd4000 videocard. And it is the kind of steps you really want to avoid like editing kext...
READ THIS
http://www.tonymacx86.com/buying-advice/64123-good-mobo-cpu-combo-i7-3770k-ga-z68ma-d2h-b3.html

MEMORY INTERFACE UNDERSTANDING.
http://voices.yahoo.com/128-bit-versus-256-bit-pc-video-card-memory-interface-3289088.html

 

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