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why my bnsbuddy eat so much ram?

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cupid

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Probably because Windows decided that BnSBuddy is the parent of the first process.

This is probably due to having multiclient enabled.
Check with another program, like, Speccy or something.

If you make the math, you probably will see that it will exceed the 88% there.
Don't know how much ram you have, so, just guessing.
 

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Probably because Windows decided that BnSBuddy is the parent of the first process.

This is probably due to having multiclient enabled.
Check with another program, like, Speccy or something.

If you make the math, you probably will see that it will exceed the 88% there.
Don't know how much ram you have, so, just guessing.
thanks for ur reply mannn...
my ram is 2x4gb
okay.. i will try check it with speccy
 

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Also, something I totally forgot.

You can enable the memory cleaner to run every 30 minutes or more.

Don't set a lower value or it may cause you performance issues, specially in loading screens.
 

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Also, something I totally forgot.

You can enable the memory cleaner to run every 30 minutes or more.

Don't set a lower value or it may cause you performance issues, specially in loading screens.
I thought it was a good idea to set it at around 10 minutes or so? Is that info wrong?
 

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I thought it was a good idea to set it at around 10 minutes or so? Is that info wrong?
It depends on your hardware.

Very high end pcs can cope with it nicely.
Lower end ones will shit themselves.
 

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Also, something I totally forgot.

You can enable the memory cleaner to run every 30 minutes or more.

Don't set a lower value or it may cause you performance issues, specially in loading screens.
thanks dudee it's solved
yea i change it to 10 min
im using i5 6500 , gtx 1060 3gb , ram 8gb and its works :bnsthumbsup::bnsthumbsup::bnsthumbsup:
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how to close my thread dude?
im sorry i still newbie
 

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yea i change it to 10 min
Don't do this.

You really should set it to 30 minutes, or it *may* cause some issues.

To close it, a moderator has to come here and close this topic (which I don't advise until you try the memory cleaner running with an interval of 30 minutes first, just in case you need to say something).

After you give your feedback on that, I can talk to a moderator/administrator to close the post.
 
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