One might find the information on Core i5-6600K processor from the above link.
One might also find the information on the related mobo from the above links.
High CPU usage might be caused by the wrong settings on SETUP, problems on firmware, hardware drivers and so forth. But would you please first start up the Task Manager by click Ctrl+Shift+ESC together, and click the Details tab on it, to find what process consume your processors that a lot?
I am expecting to hear your replies!
Thanks for answering. I have been looking into this matter for quite a while now, and I have checked all those links.
I took some gyazo screenshots of my task manager, I'm sorry for it being in Finnish. https://gyazo.com/30bcf0fff00b0ddbae47876aa9162ce8
This first pic is when I am playing BF1.
This one is during BF1 startup Gyazo - 952d1847fa7fdac7fa38c3d2190a21c1.png
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Do you have all cores running? Check in your BIOS and see if all cores are active?
Make sure you have the latest drivers install from AsRock website, also keep Windows up to date and to update your bios, in this case you will need to contact AsRock to get help how update your BIOS or you can do it downloading the BIOS if you feel confident to do it.
I suggest you to install the latest graphics driver from the Intel download center website.
It is recommended uninstalling the graphics driver first and then reinstall it, please see Uninstalling the Intel® Graphics Driver and Intel® Display HDMI/Audio Driver, once you uninstall this driver, restart your system, and then manually install the latest driver that Intel has released:
Please see How to Manually Install an Intel® Graphics Driver in Windows® 10 & Windows 8* or Windows 8.1*
How to Manually Install a Graphics Driver in Windows 7*
Download the graphics driver here: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/26228/Intel-Graphics-Driver-for-Windows-10-and-Windows-7-8-1-15-40-