Have you checked, at your computer manufacturer's website, whether there are any device drivers for your device that are either:
1. Much newer than the one(s) you have?
2. Noted as specifically being for a Windows 10 environment?
There have been huge numbers of problems that range from "tiny burps" to crippling that have been traced back to device drivers. It seems to be somewhat more severe for systems upgraded from Windows 7 and for "well-used" systems whether they started out as Windows 7 or Windows 8.
Doing a Reset installation simply gives you a fresh copy of Windows 10 with the "generic" device drivers that Microsoft associates with your hardware, and those associations are not always the best ones.
The first thing I'd do were I you is to go to your computer manufacturer's support website, search on your particular model, and download any updated drivers they offer, but with particular attention to devices that games interact with particularly intimately: display, sound, and possibly specific input devices. The latter drivers should be updated on your system first.
Brian AKA Bri the Tech Guy (website in my user profile) - Windows 10 Home, 64-Bit, Version 1803, Build 17134
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