The video card is an old NVIVIA GTX760 2GB RAM, more than 8 years old.
I don’t think that is relevant. I am more inclined to observe how the whole system is setup. I did a lot of homework, like which motherboard to get, to the most important settings right on motherboard BiOS, motherboard drivers (some drivers had to be Windows and not the manufacturer’s) which slots SSDs and other peripherals plug into, all the way to Windows settings.
PIA, but worth it because I no longer think about it, the system is now quite fast, reliable and invisible to me, and I just work on projects.
One of the most important things in my opinion and experience, is how you install all drivers, updates and programs. If that is not done correctly, many things may not work as expected.
I went through many installation loops, in which sometimes it was better to use the manufacturer drivers, and sometimes I had to install the generic Windows drivers first. Nightmare of several weeks because I always assemble my own computers, but all has been well for a few months now.