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BO4 Extremely high disk usage

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19 minutes ago, NZgamer said:

How much RAM?

according to a previous post, 8gb of RAM when they had troubles with COD WW2.

 

 

 

OP, upgrade your RAM to 16gb to alleviate any issues. As mentioned by @xAcid9 you're running into a system memory bottleneck causing an offload to your hard drive. Once you upgrade to 16gb, your problems should be resolved with both games. 

Please help I don't know what's wrong. 

I've reinstalled the game 3-4 times and it doesn't fix it. 

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Probably ran out of RAM to use and start using HDD swap files. 

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19 minutes ago, NZgamer said:

How much RAM?

according to a previous post, 8gb of RAM when they had troubles with COD WW2.

 

 

 

OP, upgrade your RAM to 16gb to alleviate any issues. As mentioned by @xAcid9 you're running into a system memory bottleneck causing an offload to your hard drive. Once you upgrade to 16gb, your problems should be resolved with both games. 

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2 hours ago, xAcid9 said:

Probably ran out of RAM to use and start using HDD swap files. 

Hmmm... So it had always been the RAM no matter where I search. 

 

Understood, thank you. 

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2 hours ago, handymanshandle said:

What above said. Black Ops 4 is extremely heavy on RAM and if you don't have at least 12GB in your system, it'll struggle quite hard.

Gee... I was here thinking consoles being able to run it meant the games would be easier to run on PC. 

 

Nope. Spec requirements are higher on PC. 

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3 minutes ago, Nana6541 said:

Gee... I was here thinking consoles being able to run it meant the games would be easier to run on PC. 

 

Nope. Spec requirements are higher on PC. 

Consoles have a static, defined configurations thats never going to change, making it much easier for developers to tune, tweak, and optimize for that very specific set of hardware requirements. PC on the other hand, can have hundreds, if not thousands of different variations and configurations making it much harder on Developers to optimize for every single configuration. 

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1 hour ago, Skiiwee29 said:

Consoles have a static, defined configurations thats never going to change, making it much easier for developers to tune, tweak, and optimize for that very specific set of hardware requirements. PC on the other hand, can have hundreds, if not thousands of different variations and configurations making it much harder on Developers to optimize for every single configuration.

Ah gee... Every new issue cropping up on my PC makes me wanna just switch to console.

 

Ugh, 16 GB RAM should fix everything. 

Better than buying a console. 

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