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Old 12-22-2016, 06:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Unhappy Ram Stand By Mode..

i have added a picture of my task manager where you can see that the blue field (stand by) is using a lot. i am not doing anything special and when i am ingame it can game my games lag such as GTA V and CS GO.

This problem also goes on to make my sdd run at 100% and not write anything. So this problem have been going on for a bit and i know its not my SSD since i just got a new one since i thought it where the problem. But its still happening.

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