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I had a similar problem on an MSI laptop. I read the following article that explained that fedora defaults to a driver that conflicts with Nvidia graphis cards (GeForce on mine). The only way out for me was to press 'e' at the grub boot loader screen then add the options to GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX= "d.driver.blacklist=nouveau,nvidia,nvidia_drm,nvidia_modeset,nvidia_uvm modprobe.blacklist=nouveau,nvidia,nvidia_drm,nvidia_modeset,nvidia_uvm"

Then once booted into the system it should speed up again, but you will need to make the change permanent by editing /etc/default/grub and adding the above variables in again.

sudo su
vi /etc/default/grub

Note: ':wq' writes and quits the vi editor.

I had a similar problem on an MSI laptop. I read the following article that explained that fedora defaults to a driver that conflicts with Nvidia graphis cards (GeForce on mine). The https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=312153.0

Once the problem started happening the only way out for me was to press 'e' at the grub boot loader screen then add the options to GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX= "d.driver.blacklist=nouveau,nvidia,nvidia_drm,nvidia_modeset,nvidia_uvm modprobe.blacklist=nouveau,nvidia,nvidia_drm,nvidia_modeset,nvidia_uvm"

Then once booted into the system it should speed up again, but you will need to make the change permanent by editing /etc/default/grub and adding the above variables in again.

sudo su
vi /etc/default/grub

Note: ':wq' writes and quits the vi editor. editor.