Couple of things of note in Speccy;
There are no chipset drivers for the MB shown to have been installed, as soon as Windows has been installed you must install the latest chipset drivers for the MB as the chipset is what enables the board to be able to communicate with all the other hardware, after the chipset drivers you install the storage/SATA AHCI drivers and then any add on GPU drivers.
Please note that chipset drivers for new MBs must be installed from either the installation disk that shipped with the MB or direct from the MBs download centre, if you do not do this Windows update may download and install the wrong drivers and cause you no end of trouble.
The required drivers can be downloaded from here
Active power scheme: High performance
Change the Windows Power Plan to Balanced, Ultra and High Performance are a form of overclocking that is known to cause stability and overheating issues and the setting should only be used for gaming type notebooks that have a discrete GPU that needs the extra power.
Edit to add: I missed asking a question
What type of Windows product key did you use when you installed Windows 7, OEM or full retail, reason I ask is because the wrong version of Windows may have gotten downloaded when you created your Windows 10 installation media, depending on the computer that you created the Windows 10 media you may have missed selecting that you wanted the 64-bit version of Windows 10 Pro and not the 32-bit.