07-19-2016 10:01 AM - edited 07-19-2016 10:03 AM
Hi. So first my pc.
My rams are 16gb 2x8 DDR4, 6700K,Asus Z170-P, SSD Crucial Bx100 256GB and Windows 10.
Everytime i am opening some application which is fine and opening. But on event viewer i get : RADAR_PRE_LEAK_64 errors. Applications are opening fine but windows 10 reporting this as RADAR_PRE_LEAK_64 in event viewer.
If games not crashes and i have that logs in event viewer do something, or leave it alone?
I have that radar errors in event viewer almost everytime when i am opening some game or benchmark , thats all. But not crashing.
Example from BlackOps3:
Like i said i dont have crashes , but only that warnings on event viewer. Thats all. Should i worry? Something with rams, ssd?
07-19-2016 10:31 AM - edited 07-19-2016 10:32 AM
A memory leak is a software bug, not hardware.
So looking at the event viewer log, it would be a bug in Black Ops 3.
07-19-2016 10:35 AM
Yeah but why sometimes GTA V.exe, 3dmark.exe ,not only Black Ops 3,and other apps trigger that error in event manager. ??
Maybe add smart from ssd here?
07-19-2016 10:43 AM
Probably a driver fault then? Perhaps display driver if it's only in games.
07-19-2016 10:48 AM
The amount of memory software needs will vary as it runs. If it repeatedly fails to free memory it no longer needs when it stops needing it, and requests more from the system when it does need it then over time it will use more and more RAM until you run out. That's basically what a memory leak is. It's got nothing to do with hardware.
However, this is an SSD forum so if you'd like to post up your SMART data we can indeed take a look at it for you. But it won't be related to this particular problem.
Are you actually running out of RAM? It could even be Windows playing up and incorrectly detecting one?
07-19-2016 11:03 AM
There's no errors reported there. Factory bad blocks and ECC corrections are normal.
If you wish to test your RAM, there's a memory diagnostic you can run from administrative tools in Windows.
07-19-2016 11:46 AM
The problem you have is almost certainly software. But ruling out other issues and/or reassuring yourself that everything else is OK is never a waste of time. I say go for it with memtest - otherwise you'll always be wondering.