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Windows 7 needs reboot to work on maximal peformance

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#1 Mononoke


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Posted 01 June 2016 - 04:28 AM

Hi Community,

I deactivated every CPU-Energysavingoption in my BIOS because i noticed a hard fluctation of Clock Speed in CPU-Z which results into extreme lags in games e.g. Overwatch, CS:GO etc.
after deactivation all of my games run fine but i have to restart my PC to get max. Peformance in games, if i dont do so the games doesnt load and dont work well e.g. the loadingbutton in games doesnt rotate normally it lags really strange its very hard to describe but i have to restart my pc to fix this issue. After restarting my PC everything is working fine and my temps on my CPU ingame are also at 40°C. I dont want to keep restarting my PC does anybody of you know how to fix this problem or how i can configurate a normal boot as a restart boot? My Powersaving Settings on Windows 7 are also at "Peformance" and i checked my RAM before booting it was at around 1,7GB so nothing heavely used.

Processor: AMD FX 6100 @ 3,3GHZ with 1,275 V
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium (Service Pack 1)
Graphiccard: ATI RADEON HD 7850 @ 860/1200 MHZ with 1,085 V
Mainboard: Asrock 970de3/u3s3
RAM: 8GB RAM  @800 MHZ with 1,6V

All Drivers are NEW and working fine, I hope for answers thanks.

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