FPS drops In-Games (High CPU Usage)


I have this issue till I installed 64 bit Windows (When I had 32 bit,everything was fine)
When I play a game for about a 15 minutes,It starts to drop FPS every few minutes,from 60+ to 10-20.When I look on my CPU Usage,It is 100% and starts dropping.When I return to the game,It is fine for a few next minutes.My PC has a great cooling,It doesn't exceed 50 °C.It gets about 37-48 °C.I need help!
Thank you

Specs :
CPU : Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 2.4GHz
GPU : Nvidia Geforce GTX 1050 Ti EVGA SSC 3.0 Gaming - 4 GB
Windows 10 64-Bit

Most people use this CPU even with this Setup and they don't have this problem.
Example :
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  1. 99% your cpu is throttling due to overheating. To make it evident, monitor your cpu temps while gaming and report back the results. Use RealTemp or any similar software.
    Reply to Tolis_GR
  2. Your cpu is aging it's still a good processor but is showing it's age same thing happens to me now with a new Pentium g4560 you may want to consider upgrading if you need help on upgrade paths I would sudjest a ryzen 1200 with a decent b350 and 8gb ddr4 ram you shouldn't have to pay over 250 for the whole combo
    Reply to Cdog042501
  3. 2 weeks earlier It was OK,and It started happening,so I don't think upgrade is already needed.DD3 Should be okay.
    Reply to dominiksankot
  4. https://m.newegg.com/combo/combodetail?comboid=3600180&combotype=2
    Here's a newegg combo that I would sudjest
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  5. Oh so it's just now
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  6. I would check on the heat issue then
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  7. And it could be your gpu dieing q6600s are about 10 years old now
    Reply to Cdog042501
  8. After one CSGO Deathmatch Game,max 52°C of CPU,but the game didn't dropped fps yet.I'll just go,and If It'll start,I'll post the °C of Core :)
    Reply to dominiksankot
  9. I don't want to Upgrade now,as I saw on videos,most people has this setup and no problems at all.
    Reply to dominiksankot
  10. Several things come to mind. Provided that your CPU is adequately cooled, and that it does not exceed 50C while gaming with 100% load on all cores (if that temperature reading is correct at all!) the causes can be:

    - malware consuming CPU resources (hard to believe, it is a new install after all)
    - background applications consuming CPU resources (antivirus for example -> in my experience, Windows Defender is a horrible CPU hog. I usually manually disable it via administrative policy in windows)
    - specific game having a few specific CPU demanding scenes which bottleneck the CPU (have you considered OC-ing it a bit? It is a quite good overclocker.)

    Try monitoring how much time is used by other apps, apart from the game itself.
    Reply to herrwizo
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