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G. WadeTech

Okay, I am very happy to report back that I found the culprit to the growing memory usage to blue screen/restart. I uninstalled the Gigabyte Cloud OC (over clock) software... restarted and the issue is no longer. I have done several sessions of using process explorer and task manager to try and track down what was growing and not releasing RAM. I was making it about 4 days or so before all 16GB's would be used up and the machine would blue screen and restart. This was very frustrating and I am very glad that I don't have to re-install to fix the issue.

 

Have you had any issues with Gigabyte's Cloud OC?

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ikon

Have you had any issues with Gigabyte's Cloud OC?

 

Glad you tracked it down. I've never used the software; I have always OC'd using the BIOS directly.

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Greg Welch

Glad you tracked it down. I've never used the software; I have always OC'd using the BIOS directly.

 

i second Ikon, do OC in Bios , better control if that makes sense :)

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