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  1. OCCT is just an example and easy to reproduce so you guys can see the problem. It's better to download it then Gears 5. I like to play games and whenever they have stats of your VRAM it shows 6.7 and not 8 GB. That's the usable VRAM for them, not the total amount. Do you think it's correct?
  2. It's not about this program, it's about availability of our GPU VRAM, my card didn't lose 1.3 GB of VRAM but it's not available for any third software but Windows. Some games have shown me stats of 6.7 instead of 8 GB of VRAM available when I turn on in-game stats. It should raise some concerns. OCCT is one of them only, easy to download and you can see by yourself this issue exists. Windows 10 made this an issue since WDDM 2, maybe it's not a issue for most of us but 1.3 GB is a lot to take for whatever Windows resource...
  3. It seems it's a Win10 WDDM 2 issue (or feature), since first w10 release (Windows Display Driver Model) There's no workaround and people complain about it since 2015
  4. Gears 5 is fresh new, so as OCCT, it's a well kown benchmarking tool. Just open it and post what it shows. If it shows 8GB we can try some steps to solve my problem, otherwise it might be a known problem
  5. Because maybe windows is eating some memory for no reason, like to m$ topic has shown and nobody knows we might have this problem too. Not having 1.3GB of VRAM is not ideal
  6. It shows 8 GB correctly, can you try to load OCCT? It's a Windows 10 problem, reserving some % amount of vram of every gpu. For instance my streaming pc has a 1660Ti and OCCT only shows 5GB instead of 6. But Geforce Experience and CPU-Z show 6GB.
  7. And I've found this article https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/15b9654e-5da7-45b7-93de-e8b63faef064/windows-10-does-not-let-cuda-applications-to-use-all-vram-on-especially-secondary-graphics-cards?forum=win10itprohardware
  8. Hi guys, sorry for the long wait. OCCT shows the same thing. I don't know where to begin to solve this issue.
  9. Hi, Recently I've noticed my gpu has only 6.7 instead of 8 GB of RAM available. As you can see the stats on the right playing Gears 5. Is it a issue, bug, configuration? How can my system have 8 GB available? Thank you
  10. I figure it out the dumbest way. Format my PC again, clean install, 1903 version and I didn't install any driver from the vendors. Just let windows 10 figure everything out and it's running perfectly. That's so stupid but works.
  11. Hi guys, I recently bought a new pc for my dad as it follows Ryzen 5 3600 Biostar B350GT3 Hyper-X 3000 MHz 8 GB DDR4 NVIDIA 1660Ti From my old PC: Power supply Thermaltake TR2 600W Kingston SSD 240 GB I have updated the bios, AMD chipset drivers and I've used driver booster 6 to update everything needed. Windows 10 is freshly installed. The problem is, it stutters watching YouTube videos, playing games, you name it. It's quick but the audio goes Robotic, mouse and video stop for a tiny millisecond. My windows 10 resource monitor shows a lot of hard faults /s on the memory, that's is my lead to debug this problem but I have no idea what else can be. I need help from you guys. My dad's old i5 2500 was just fine and lasted long time and I wish this ryzen could best longevity. Thanks!
  12. Hi guys, Today I have the following: i7 8700 Asus 1080 turbo 16gb Elgato hd60 pro (using for the consoles) Dell S2417DG 1440p, 144Hz, GSYNC primary monitor Acer 1080p60Hz secondary monitor I'm streaming a lot of PUBG and I have a noticeable fps drop when gaming and streaming in the same rig, so, I was thinking to get a simple pc just for this task, send all my streaming and recording to a different pc. The problem is, I'd like to play with the features my monitor has and it needs the display port for it. Elgato HD60 pro can capture up to 1080p60 signals via HDMI. I could use just the HDMI cable from Asus 1080 to Elgato IN and OUT to the monitor (or split the signal just after the gpu to avoid any signal delay) but I'd loose the GSYNC and 144Hz features. The solution I'm imagining is to play using displayport and somehow have a cloned (virtual?) 1080p monitor and its signal going from the gpu to the streaming rig via hdmi. How can I play with 1440p144 and rescale to 1080p60 so I can send my screen to the streaming rig? I found it online, http://ltroyalshrimp.com/guides/how-to-use-a-144hz-monitor-and-the-elgato-hd60-pro-at-the-same-time/ Is it the perfect solution for my specific case? Because it doesn mention using 2 pcs, it seems he's connecting his gpu to elgato in the same pc. Any help will be awesome, let's figure it out together Thank you guys.