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Aida 6.70.6000. When passing the stress test of the cpu, fpu, cache, memory with the paging file disabled,
after 5 minutes there is an error of lack of paging memory, although I have 32 GB of RAM, this was not 
on the version of Aida 6.60.59.

Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 10.0.19044.1526 (Win10 21H2 November 2021 Update)
HexaCore Intel Core i5-11500, 4600 MHz (46 x 100)
MSI MAG B560 Tomahawk WiFi (MS-7D15)  
32649 mb  (DDR4 SDRAM)
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 3GB  
Samsung SSD 980 1TB  
Samsung SSD 980 PRO 250GB  
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1 hour ago, dol1ar said:
Aida 6.70.6000. When passing the stress test of the cpu, fpu, cache, memory with the paging file disabled,
after 5 minutes there is an error of lack of paging memory, although I have 32 GB of RAM, this was not 
on the version of Aida 6.60.59.

Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 10.0.19044.1526 (Win10 21H2 November 2021 Update)
HexaCore Intel Core i5-11500, 4600 MHz (46 x 100)
MSI MAG B560 Tomahawk WiFi (MS-7D15)  
32649 mb  (DDR4 SDRAM)
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 3GB  
Samsung SSD 980 1TB  
Samsung SSD 980 PRO 250GB  

We haven't changed the memory subtest of the AIDA64 System Stability Test recently, so this issue is not related to your upgrading to the latest AIDA64 version.

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On 4/22/2022 at 9:14 PM, Fiery said:

We haven't changed the memory subtest of the AIDA64 System Stability Test recently, so this issue is not related to your upgrading to the latest AIDA64 version.

I agree, but why can't Aida pass tests with the paging file disabled, if the computer has 32 GB of RAM? turned on the paging file, set the size to 300 mb, the problem disappeared.

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24 minutes ago, dol1ar said:

I agree, but why can't Aida pass tests with the paging file disabled, if the computer has 32 GB of RAM? turned on the paging file, set the size to 300 mb, the problem disappeared.

In the memory stress test, AIDA64 allocates 95% of the physical memory by default.  It may be excessive in case you have many background processes and makes Windows to panic about running out of memory.  Try to lower 95% to 90% in AIDA64 / System Stability Test / Preferences / General / Memory allocation.

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7 hours ago, Fiery said:

In the memory stress test, AIDA64 allocates 95% of the physical memory by default.  It may be excessive in case you have many background processes and makes Windows to panic about running out of memory.  Try to lower 95% to 90% in AIDA64 / System Stability Test / Preferences / General / Memory allocation.

Ok. Thank you.

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