Warzone - PC Struggling Advice needed

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Hello, I currently have the following set-up Intel I5-7400 & GTX 1060 3GB. I have been able to run many games on low settings with smooth gameplay, I like to play call of duty titles.


Recently, my PC performance has drastically lowered and I'm unsure why. I have preformed a factory reset and installed only the games I play, I have updates my graphics card drivers and I seem to get anywhere between 2 - 45 FPS now playing warzone, with massive spikes up and down. I understand overtime my rig will deplete in performance but this seems to be a drastic drop, I have seen videos of the same combo on youtube reaching a pretty steady 65 FPS.


I will leave some Gyazo Links to display the computer performance at various stages.


https://gyazo.com/59b1709fbc787a041b527d87179dca1e

https://gyazo.com/ac7886a7c3236103b7e274d22b80e1f4

https://gyazo.com/a1f25310b7aaf3ed047557048b22f125

https://gyazo.com/653de74b8ee957fdf64f8b45df5bb8a2


Any advice would be muchly appreciated, thanks in advance!
 
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Looks very very obvious from the first two pictures, you hard disk usage is at 100%
That will bugger everything up if it stays that high all the time.

Need specs.
 
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Hello, What exactly do you need? Sorry Im fairly new to all this.

The Disk usage seems to spike massively even when I don't seem to be doing a huge amount. However when I open something it does seem to spike to 100% or very close too it, and will sit there for a little while and eventually drop down.

I close everything when I play a game so it's literally just the game running.

Thanks for the reply.
 
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What hard drive do you have? Could be a failing disk

But your asking a lot from a 1060, I'd have thought.
 
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What ram is in the machine, hard disk or SSD? windows version , virus check ect...
Cant even begin to work out what it wrong unless you provide more details.

My bet is its an ancient old pc with 4gb of ram and a spinner as a disk, its struggling with modern OS and SW.
 
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It's got 8GB of ram, it's a 1TB HDD (No SSD) Windows 10 home, 64 bit, Intel Core i5-7440 CPU @ 3.00GHZ GTX 1060 3GB
 
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