Good Laptop Bad frames?

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I have a decently good laptop (Here are the specs https://gyazo.com/f4b7bbf3e11718675e6f0b90822d064e) and I have really unusually bad frames on the games I play. I have had this laptop for about a year and I have mainly used to play video games. I used to have really good frames averaging 60-120 frames on every game I played, but for the past month or two I started to have unusually bad fps (under 60 frames constantly, and is always very choppy.) and it has just ruined my gaming experience in every game I play for the most part. My brother has the exact same laptop, but he runs every game I play fine(?) I have tried running the exact same settings, updating my drivers, and etc yet still no change. Please help me I'm desperate
 
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I have a decently good laptop (Here are the specs https://gyazo.com/f4b7bbf3e11718675e6f0b90822d064e) and I have really unusually bad frames on the games I play. I have had this laptop for about a year and I have mainly used to play video games. I used to have really good frames averaging 60-120 frames on every game I played, but for the past month or two I started to have unusually bad fps (under 60 frames constantly, and is always very choppy.) and it has just ruined my gaming experience in every game I play for the most part. My brother has the exact same laptop, but he runs every game I play fine(?) I have tried running the exact same settings, updating my drivers, and etc yet still no change. Please help me I'm desperate
 
In addition to checking your temperatures as sizzling suggested, I'd say either update or roll back your Intel & NVidia Graphics drivers, and uninstall NVidia GeForce Experience. You may also want to check the NVidia Control Panel -> Manage 3D settings, if your laptop uses NVidia Optimus, though I doubt you'd be getting around 60 FPS on the Intel Graphics.
 
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How do I roll back my drivers? and I'll uninstall NVidia GeForce Experience, I'll let you know if it works. My nvidia control panel looks like this in addition to my manage 3D settings https://gyazo.com/2a12931e97d5f5059d2c4437760b16d2

 

You can roll back from within Device Manager, or simply download a previous version to what you currently have installed and install that.

Your 3D settings look good to go, so I'm guessing it's GeForce Experience trying to tailor things or a driver issue.