CPU goes up to 55 when i play a game!

Patrick_DKKK

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Hi! when i start my csgo counter strike global offensive, then my cpu goes up to 55% and its have never done that before and itsa annoying can you help me to fix it?
 

Remixex

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As my last piece of advice, if stutter occurs and is NOT temperatures, which you can check with
http://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/
You just play and records the highest temperature reached by the CPU, now if you think it's the GPU
http://www.gputemp.com/
Same idea
Now, if the temps are high and the CPU is clean (which you should check), it can be the thermal paste
http://www.wikihow.com/Apply-Thermal-Paste
Now if the temps AREN'T high and you're still stuttering, next thing to check is HDD (hard disk drive)
Any annoying viruses around can slow down your PC into oblivion
And that's as far as my "blind knowledge" goes, i can't see the problems with my eyes so it's much harder to pinpoint them, i hope you understand.
Cheers and best of luck
 

WildCard999

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55C on any CPU is good, if your annoyed by the fan noise then turn off the PC and clean the CPU fan. If its still loud then you may want to look into an aftermarket CPU cooler like the CM EVO 212 or Cryorig H7, although this will depend on how much room you have in your case.
 

Patrick_DKKK

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Dec 20, 2015
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Wow wow wow, i don't know what all thats its haha but like right now i don't play a game but when i start a game the"CPU" goes up to 55%
 

Patrick_DKKK

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okay i will write a message again in 30 min
 

Remixex

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I....umm HOW is it annoying that your CPU is at 55%? Does your PC stutter? or starts slowing down?
I'm lost to be honest
It's completely normal that a CPU, while gaming, goes up on load
Now if it stutters or lowers FPS, then cleaning the CPU's heatsink is not a bad idea, if you're clueless of how that is, it looks like this
http://www.build-your-own-computer.net/image-files/cpu-cooling-01.jpg
It can generally be filled with dust, you can clean it with cotton sticks, after unscrewing the CPU (and turning your PC off)
But if you consider a CPU being 55% a PROBLEM, well, it's not, no it's not a problem, in on itself.
 

p3003

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That's normal, it's the usage of your processor here, the more you will use it the more it will go up.
 

WildCard999

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You need to physically clean out your PC and update your drivers, if that still doesn't stop the lag you need to go into the game settings and lower the graphic settings and possibly the resolution. This article has literally everything you need to do to ensure your computer is running as fast as possible (all 5 sections), good luck.

http://www.howtogeek.com/school/pc-maintenance-for-beginners/lesson1/

 

Patrick_DKKK

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But thats the problem, i bought the computer for some weeks ago and yesterday it startet to do that, and i have a nvida gtx 760, and a intel core i5 proceccer.... So i don't think it whould help to clean up my pc when i only got the pc for like 3 weeks... Brand new pc. And i just checked if my graphic card was up to date, and it was.
 

Remixex

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Mar 18, 2014
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As my last piece of advice, if stutter occurs and is NOT temperatures, which you can check with
http://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/
You just play and records the highest temperature reached by the CPU, now if you think it's the GPU
http://www.gputemp.com/
Same idea
Now, if the temps are high and the CPU is clean (which you should check), it can be the thermal paste
http://www.wikihow.com/Apply-Thermal-Paste
Now if the temps AREN'T high and you're still stuttering, next thing to check is HDD (hard disk drive)
Any annoying viruses around can slow down your PC into oblivion
And that's as far as my "blind knowledge" goes, i can't see the problems with my eyes so it's much harder to pinpoint them, i hope you understand.
Cheers and best of luck
 

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