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    Default RADAR_PRE_LEAK_64 reports in event viewer - problem with rams?

    Hi. So first my pc.

    My rams are Kingston Hyperx 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 entries. Applications are opening fine but windows 10 reporting this as RADAR_PRE_LEAK_64 in event viewer. Its not error or warning but information entry.
    If games not crashes and i have that logs in event viewer do something, or leave it alone?

    I have that radar entries 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 entries on event viewer. Thats all. Should i worry? Something with rams, ssd? Should i check memtest86 or that will be waste of time?

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    Default Re: RADAR_PRE_LEAK_64 reports in event viewer - problem with rams?

    According to what I found it is a legit error BUT nothing to worry about so much. However I also saw that it can become annoying since the solution seems elusive, one person claims they have possibly solved the problem and I quote:

    "Disabling a feature called "AMD Turbo Core Tech" in the overclocking section of my MSI Click 4 BIOS has let me go the second half of the day without a crash. This and others were enabled by default."

    Could be the Turbo feature in the BIOS itself causing it, personally I always have that disabled and have never seen a need for it.
    You could try simply disabling the turbo feature and see if the errors continue or go away.

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    Default Re: RADAR_PRE_LEAK_64 reports in event viewer - problem with rams?

    like it had been pointed out to you in your post on the website guru3D.com

    this is a memory leak, that is a design fault in the windows software not properly being coded
    windows running smooth is full of errors, CONSTANTLY
    example : Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Administrative Tools\event viewer
    take a look at the faults in there, there's a huge list

    and this is not a new thing to win 10, windows has always been a garbage program
    and always will be

    so, basically, good for you you found a bug.
    that means your paying attention. an you should ALWAYS pay attention.

    if you want to fix it, learn how to be a software engineer, reprogram all the faults, and make *literally* the world a better place

    your officially and publicly now in the categorization of a tinkerer and fixer. you should probably go invest in a bottle of Tylenol now.
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    Default Re: RADAR_PRE_LEAK_64 reports in event viewer - problem with rams?

    Somebody said that this RADAR events can be related to : bad rams, faulty ram slot, bad mobo or bad cpu controller . Is this true or dont believe to this?

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    Default Re: RADAR_PRE_LEAK_64 reports in event viewer - problem with rams?

    RADAR events *CAN* be related to those problems yes

    BUT
    the way to detect if those items are problematic are to verify each item *separately* with 3 reputable tests
    after each test comes back that the item is good, and working properly your left with,,,"oh well,,,thanks obama"

    always blame it on the gremlins. it's always their fault.
    just a hint,,,start with ram diagnostics as a entry drug,,it is the easiest to test, but be sure the programs you download are from high quality reputable sources
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    Default Re: RADAR_PRE_LEAK_64 reports in event viewer - problem with rams?

    So how can i be sure that in my situation RADAR events are not related to : Faulty ram, faulty cpu controller or faulty mobo then?

    Like i said . I dont any single crash on pc , but only events in event viewer.


    Ok memtest86 showing not errors. So i think its software issue.
    Last edited by sew333; 20-07-2016 at 18:17.

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