I've reinstalled the system 2 or three times by now, and it runs great for a while, but then the entire system tends to slowdown, and it becomes virtually unusable for gaming. I have stable frame rates in the 80s -90s and then after a while of use, i have massive frame drops down to two fps for a second or two. After that slight stutter or drop, the frame rate goes back up to what it was normally, and then 3-4 seconds later it drops again. This process continues until I reset the laptop. Also this tends to happen sometimes when my computer is not in use at all. I'll leave for an hour, and when I come back, my desktop is stuttery and hangs every few seconds. I've seen online where it could be the graphical drivers, but I've performed a clean install of the Geforce RTX 2070 drivers and that didn't seem to do anything. Also I tried updating all intel drivers, and that didn't seem to do much as well. I've even looked into Task Manager to try and see if anything was causing the stutters or drops but nothing was showing up, nothing there could lead me to the problem.I've followed the instructions provided by the drivers for the Powerspec 1520, installing all of them in an offline mode so windows does not install some other driver over the Powerspec drivers.Also to note, I have a secondary hard drive for games and other programs that I installed into the laptop. It's a 2TB Barracuda Hard drive. And I've tried installing windows and all drivers both with and without that secondary drive, and those same stutters and drops occur.I just feel like I am missing some drivers, or I'm doing something wrong in the installation process for windows 10 or the Powerspec drivers. I've also tried looking online for any installation guides for this particular laptop and I have not seen anything, so I'm hoping this forum can help me get my laptop up and running again.
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