I totaly new on that forum so I’m sorry if I have posted this topic in the bad place.
I need help because I have an issue with my laptop using Fedora (and Ubuntu before) about very important performances issues.
My computer is very very slow (load average about 20-30) while my 12 processor’s cores are all used about an average of 1.5%, RAM is used about 2G and swap is not used at all.
My fedora system (/) and /boot partitions are located on an NVMe SSD and partitions /home, /var and swap are located on the hard drive.
My specs :
Model : MSI GP75 Leopard 9SD
RAM : 16G
SSD : NVMe 512Go
HD : 2To SSHD
CPU : Intel i7-9750H
GPU : NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti Mobile
Fedora version : 32 with Gnome (Workstation edition)
Dual boot with Windows
I tried both the default nouveau driver and NVIDIA non free driver (from rpm-fusion) : performances are catastrophic in the twice situations.
I tried to make my CPU governor to performances : it havent changed anything.
All topics I found about high load average and low consumption haven’t helped me.
Notice that performances on Windows are quite well in the other hand, so I’m convinced that it is a software problem.
Thanks to the people who will help me.
Have a nice day !