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i2Dev
Journeyman III

Game crashes followed by display corruption

starting from 23.11.1 drivers all of my UE4 games started to crash with an error "out of video memory to allocate a texture" These games are Ghost Runner 1 which almost crashes at every level so it's somewhat predictable, Close to the Sun but it's completely random some times it in the middle of a chapter and some times it's after 3 hours, Valorant crash too but to less extent the game only crashed 3 times during 10 days.

But what they have in common is they all crash with the same error "out of video memory to allocate a texture" followed by a green display corruption and a system hang but mostly it recovers without the need for a hard reset, this issue persists to 24.1.1 drivers 

I tried DDUing the drivers i even did a clean reinstall for Windows it didn't help but the crashes were less frequent

Specs:

Win 11 SAM enabled

5600X Stock

6800xt Aorus master Stock

Crucial 3200mhz Cl 22 

750W Asus Rog PSU

Samsung G7 1440p 240hz

Also, I noticed YouTube scrubbing preview and YouTube UI in general are slightly sluggish but the playback is fine. (The youtube issue started with the 24.1.1)

 

 

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FunkZ
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@i2Dev wrote:

starting from 23.11.1 drivers all of my UE4 games started to crash with an error "out of video memory to allocate a texture"

Crucial 3200mhz Cl 22 


What size is the memory kit, and do you have any other applications open while playing the game?

Also what size is the primary operating system drive, what is the page file size and how much free space is remaining?

Ryzen R7 5700X | B550 Gaming X | 2x16GB G.Skill 3600 | Radeon RX 7900XT
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I have 16 gigs of memory in dual channel and the usual Windows crap/keyboard/mouse software and maybe Epic or Steam launcher

i only have 1TB gen3 m.2 drive with 150gigs partition for Windows and 750 for the games and the free space in C drive is about 60GB and the pagefile is set to 8GB

i tried disabling MPO but it didn't help also I found that i can recreate it by just spamming alt+tab and it eventually happens

 

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Seems like system memory and pagefile should be ok then. I suggest submitting a bug report after a crash, then roll back to the last known good working driver until it can be resolved.

Ryzen R7 5700X | B550 Gaming X | 2x16GB G.Skill 3600 | Radeon RX 7900XT
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