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Radeon overlay devouring memory

Question asked by doomcreeper on May 9, 2019
Latest reply on May 10, 2019 by pokester

When using radeon overlay in games, the use of the video card's RAM begins to grow until it is fully used, after which the use of the system memory begins and the computer starts to slow down. If you leave the game, the video memory of the video card is not reset to normal values (300-400 megabytes) and continues to be used around 2 gigabytes. Without the use of Radeon overlay the problem does not occur.

time in the game 10 minutes

time in the game 10 minutes

time in the game 30 minutes

time in the game 30 minutes

Closing the game and desktop

Closing the game and desktop

Rx Vega 64 lq

i7 8700k

asus stix z370 h gaming

16 gb ddr4

psu 1250w

w10 64 \ 1809

adrenalin 19.4.3

adrenalin19.4.2

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