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fixed: Increased memory consumption (since Build 2954)


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Hello!

After I updated to the latest stable version of the program (from 4.30 to 4.50), I noticed that started to increase memory consumption. Then I decided to download all of the intermediate beta and find the one from which it occurs. I got that problem of increasing memory usage starts with version 2954.

 

Little report:

39996 K - it's normal (v4.30 after weeks continuous work)

 

38244 K - (v4.50 right after program start)

41568 K - (v4.50 after 1 h 09 min of work)

52808 K - (v4.50 after 3 h 15 min of work)
55900 K - (v4.50 after 4 h 22 min of work)
114456 K (v4.50 after 23 h 19 min of work)

 

The maximum value that I've seen is about 200 MB.

 

I hope this information helps you.

 

My configuration file

aida64.ini.zip

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Thank you.  Please let me know what video adapter(s) do you have in your system.  We'll build a similar configuration and try to reproduce the issue.  I suppose the problem would be in the DirectX video memory measurement module.  If you disable the Used Local Video Memory and other such video memory related items in Logging, the memory leak may go away with Build 2954+.

 

BTW, have you tried it with the latest AIDA64 beta release?

 

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Thank you for the test runs, we've fixed a couple of issues around the DirectX module to fix the memory leaks.
 
Make sure to upgrade to the latest beta version of AIDA64 Extreme available at:
 
 
After upgrading to this new version, make sure to restart Windows to finalize the upgrade.
 
Let me know how it works.


Thanks,
Fiery
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