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Share me your BIGGEST ram usage
#1
as said on the subject show me the biggest RAM usage ever run in a game that you wish to share w/ me
Mainstream games,MMOs,Commercial programs,or Emulators including PCSX2 or even a Private server.

so far i encounter the biggest ram usage is:
Cabal Online 1.250+GB ram usage
Skyrim(Ultra-High Quality) at 500+MB ram usage.
PCSX2(Varied games) ranging 90~360ram usage.

i'll update that if there some bigger than my 1st ones.


those who are entertain me this topic and Unsurpassing my current RAM usage of 1.25GB ram
+1 at steak

Note:Video ram usage does NOT count.


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#2
You clearly haven't hit a nasty GSdx memory leak yet Tongue I couldn't share that with a screenshot because each time it happened I had to turn off the PC with the power button Tongue
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#3
The witcher 1,73 GB. Aion 2GB.
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#4
(01-09-2012, 02:57 PM)Game Wrote: The witcher 1,73 GB. Aion 2GB.

wow interesting....can you show me on the Windows Task Manager like i did in my screenshot before i offered you a rep.(if your game is stuck in full-screen ALT-TAB it to minimize)

press Print screen key then paste it on photoshop or other photo editing programs.
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#5
hmm got to play most of my games for this ...

is V-RAM usage concluded ?
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(01-09-2012, 03:09 PM)abdo123 Wrote: hmm got to play most of my games for this ...

is V-RAM usage concluded ?

no i don't need video ram usage
i need only that shown in the Windows Task Manager->Processes[Memory(Private Working Set) and Description]
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#7
easily achievable with x264 64 bit and avisynth Tongue2

[Image: AG0dF.png]

This is at 0.1% completion, it would probably go even higher. I'm not even using any sophisticated filter, just a single denoiser on a 1080p video.

Note that those processes could might as well considered as one since one could not exist without the other, I just had to use piping program (avs2yuv) since the 32 bit process need to pipe the result to 64 bit one. Even without it, x264 alone eat crazy amount of ram. Tongue2
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(01-09-2012, 03:22 PM)naoan Wrote: easily achievable with x264 64 bit and avisynth Tongue2

[Image: AG0dF.png]

This is at 0.1% completion, it would probably go even higher. I'm not even using any sophisticated filter, just a single denoiser on a 1080p video.

Note that those processes could might as well considered as one since one could not exist without the other, I just had to use piping program (avs2yuv) since the 32 bit process need to pipe the result to 64 bit one. Even without it, x264 alone eat crazy amount of ram. Tongue2

pipebuf what that??? a Virtual Machine(VMware)?? or a video encoder??
btw here's my promise +1
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#9
Probably part of the piping program needed to connect avs2yuv (32-bit process) to x264_x64 (64-bit, duh Tongue2). Those are video encoder processes btw.
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#10
MGS2 intro...

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not bad.
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