Try turning off all virtual cores in your system BIOS. I see the same users in here who claim “lack of motivation for troubleshooting” on every user’s part, but they themselves do not address the ongoing, documented issues with this very thing which has generated many, many threads and posts.
Ive been dealing with this issue for over 2 months, have a clean, fully rebuilt system with no other software that Ive proven the issue on, and these forums are oddly rife with people who try to distract from this core issue and blame it on many other factors, as well as claiming that every new case of this is “unique and a rare case.”
This is a KNOWN issue with hyperthreading / scheduling / multimedia multithreading that affects a few hardware profiles on both Mac and Win, at least. It can be very tricky to nail down ONLY because of all the various messy suggestions that come from… well-intended folks here, who always seek another vendor as the responsible party, or seek to blame it on user ignorance. I would ALWAYS recommend disabling all virtual cores FIRST, and then see if your issue actually resides somewhere else.