Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by HARDRESET, Apr 13, 2019.
Your on 1903 build ?
I'm not surprised, the build date isn't far off the date the feedback was provided for 430.00
Memory leak on Fifa 19 dx12 still present
Confirmed on World of Warcraft too.
is the leak occuring in the game's process or the non paged pool?
Are you seeing the leak as well?
i haven't got a lot of dx12 stuff, i tried an unreal elementals demo and didn't get the leak there.
Can confirm, after 1 match the game committed 28 GB
I tested Metro Exodus and did not have a memory leak with DX12. I am on the 1903 build though so maybe that's the key?
Drivers aren't DCH
It looks like this might not be limited to DX12.
After 15 minutes of playing Far Cry New Dawn (DX11 game) the game began stuttering with a lot of HDD activity, I guess it was page file usage.
This is on Wndows build18362.53 with a GTX 1080
You should have x16 3.0 @ x16 3.0 in your PCI-E speed
you keep posting nothing.
because your pcitures were blocked via the anti-social subscription.
maybe that is the couse
Lets get a list of leaking games, from 19h1 users only.
1809 users got no business using these anyway
I know it's not my business and off-topic but do you really think it's a good idea to pair up an FX CPU with a GTX1080Ti? I know the PCI-E 2.0 16x is plenty enough but what about the raw CPU power and especially the single-core performance (which could still be important at times, even if most tasks are fairly multi-thread friendly up to 6-8 cores)...?
I personally felt my old i5-2500K@4.4Ghz (if I recall the highest stable OC clock correctly) was barely enough for the GTX1070 (after I switched from a 290X). Most games I had installed when the 1070 came around (with settings aiming for best quality/perf while the fps remains above 60 rather than maxing every stupid filter out in the menu) clearly ran to a CPU limit in 1080p120 (well below 120fps) and even 2160p60 looked slightly mixed in a few games.
Incorrect, you should not stop updating the driver just because you decided to stick with an older Win10 build. A WDDM 2.6 driver does not require a Win10 version with WDDM 2.6 --- or vice versa. And yes, it's "preview" driver but WHQL signed and released for public rings, while some people keep installing Vulkan Developer drivers out of curiosity...
1809 users have no business testing this driver.
i have 1809 im going to install this, so far for me the previous 430 was pretty stable
install thru the device manager, all good in few games i tried, no memory leaks