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Haven't changed anything recently other than the fresh Windows install. I am doing a Motherboard upgrade next week. Will see if that changes anything.
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Originally Posted by Erick Silver View Post

Haven't changed anything recently other than the fresh Windows install. I am doing a Motherboard upgrade next week. Will see if that changes anything.
I'm not sure if it makes a difference but I have Origin on my SSD and in my opinion, at this point in time, nobody needs 16 Gb's of RAM. Although I bought 16, I pulled two sticks out to make timing easier for overclocking my CPU. 8 Gb's is more than you'll ever use for any game as of right now.
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Haven't changed anything recently other than the fresh Windows install. I am doing a Motherboard upgrade next week. Will see if that changes anything.

Windows 8 maybe? - cuz that sucks for drivers. had a few issues with my win8 installation on my separate HDD. From simple wi-fi drivers / speeds being super slow, to my GPU.

Your OC might have changed / might need more volts too.
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I'm not sure if it makes a difference but I have Origin on my SSD and in my opinion, at this point in time, nobody needs 16 Gb's of RAM. Although I bought 16, I pulled two sticks out to make timing easier for overclocking my CPU. 8 Gb's is more than you'll ever use for any game as of right now.

Actually, quite the opposite. BF4 uses around 5-6.5GB.
I had 16GB, removed 8, then BF4 came out, got my 8GB back to go back to 16GB
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Windows 8 maybe? - cuz that sucks for drivers. had a few issues with my win8 installation on my separate HDD. From simple wi-fi drivers / speeds being super slow, to my GPU.

Your OC might have changed / might need more volts too.
Actually, quite the opposite. BF4 uses around 5-6.5GB.
I had 16GB, removed 8, then BF4 came out, got my 8GB back to go back to 16GB

Not on my system, I only have 8gb, use is usually round 46% with several things running as well as the game.
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Not on my system, I only have 8gb, use is usually round 46% with several things running as well as the game.

Then you're not playing big games.
46% is around 3.8GB - right? 3.8GB seems impossible. Both on win7 or win8.
Right now I'm on win7 with chrome open, already have 3.48GB being used.
2GB or so is used by 64bit systems (on idle) . I've noticed this in almost every single PC I've come across
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Then you're not playing big games.
46% is around 3.8GB - right? 3.8GB seems impossible. Both on win7 or win8.
Right now I'm on win7 with chrome open, already have 3.48GB being used.
2GB or so is used by 64bit systems (on idle) . I've noticed this in almost every single PC I've come across

Currently watching a csgo stream, just joined a 64 player caspian to have a look at the same time, spawned on c flag where was all going off, 3.7gb total system ram.
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Currently watching a csgo stream, just joined a 64 player caspian to have a look at the same time, spawned on c flag where was all going off, 3.7gb total system ram.

Just rebooted the PC: 2GB after reboot:


Could be around 1.5GB without my AV + active malware protection.
I did a cold boot on my mum's PC and her's is 1.55GB on boot.


5GB usage on BF4, spawned into a chopper, got a few kills then died:




I expect this figure to rise with more play. I'll report back as I'm curious.
I saw 6.5GB+ upon release, patches might have evened it out maybe.
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win7, firefox and steam running. im using 2.53gb. how are you using so much ram?
nvm, you posted while i was typing after looking
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Now that all hacks are detected at the moment (except for macros), I'm having games like this practically every round:





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Then you're not playing big games.
46% is around 3.8GB - right? 3.8GB seems impossible. Both on win7 or win8.
Right now I'm on win7 with chrome open, already have 3.48GB being used.
2GB or so is used by 64bit systems (on idle) . I've noticed this in almost every single PC I've come across

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3.48 ?! 2 GB on idle ?!
There is something seriously borked going on in your rig ! I don't know what but I would run Malwarebytes or Super Anti-Spyware because something, I'm not sure what, is using up 2 GB's of your RAM on idle and I can't imagine what would. I mean that is just insane. I play big maps all the time and I'm not using that much RAM. I'm just trying to be helpful. Something is wrong...very wrong there.
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Now that all hacks are detected at the moment (except for macros), I'm having games like this practically every round:





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Well it's quite clear that the hack you're using isn't being detected ! biggrin.gif 50 kills with a short range MTAR hu ? You should at least use a longer range assault rifle like the SCAR H to make it look more plausible.... or stop using a hack and find out how good you really are like the rest of us.
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