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09-20-2022 10:08 AM
I have an Omen 17t-ck000, Product number 4V372AV. It's got the NVIIA GeForce RTX 3070 Laptop GPU, a 1TB system drive, 2TB data drive and 32 GB of RAM. There is something possibly wrong with memory management on the system. While gaming (World of Warships), the game will have experience a major reduction in framerate, and the game gets really choppy. It's like that for maybe 20-30 seconds, and then it clears up and the game is responsive again. I originally thought it was a network issue, but it's not (ping rages stay below the 100ms mark). Eventually, I fired up the performance monitor running, and it shows there is ZERO memory left. Nothing is showing up as Free, and the rest is a mix of "In Use" or "Standby". The system will apparently run a cache cleanup, and then there's free memory again, and the game resumes, as before. It seems to me that the memory management is not doing enough cache cleanup to keep up with the game's needs.
Things I've done to try to keep it from happening
-System is always powered and the battery's charged
-Power mode is set to best performance
-Game Mode is on
-Game has been checked and verified good
-I installed RamMap from MS, and run "Empty Standby List" before (and sometimes during) matches.
-Reduced in-game graphics settings (not severly, though).
-Created a paging file on the second drive, and eliminated the one on the C drive.
-Looked at getting more memory, but ' wmic memphysical get maxcapacity' shows 32GB max, sadly.
-run the game with no other user applications running
Any other things to consider trying?
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