I've said two times here, having this issue on plain macbook pro
Please, if you have the problem with a MBP. Try to force the problem, force a crash and note what you did. In the crash report tell what you did to get the crash and adress it to Menno. If we all just help a little bit we could speed up the progress.
Yes, likely a different issue.Vjcheshire wrote: ↑Wed Feb 05, 2020 01:22Pretty sure my problem is different, but maybe its related to my other post on the forum.
For my indulgence, if you shake or move the resolume control window on your main monitor (not on the output monitors) does it cause stuttering and a drop in frame rate?
Thank you!Menno wrote: ↑Mon Feb 10, 2020 11:17Just a short update, we've narrowed this down to be caused by nvidia's api, which we are using to get gpu usage and vram usage. In 7.1.1 we'll be disabling this api usage. We've ran several tests (some running 5 days) and the problem no longer shows up . As a downside it will mean that the gpu hardware stats will be less accurate or unavailable until we find another way to do it.
Thank you all for your patience and assistance!
p.s. if you have this issue on non-nvidia hardware, please create a new thread with the steps you're using to reproduce it and we'll look into it.
oke! thanks for the info!Menno wrote: ↑Mon Feb 10, 2020 17:34No this is just for the gpu usage and vram usage. You'll lose the gpu usage counter and the vram usage is now queried from extensions which may or may not be provided by the OpenGL driver.
The cpu and ram usage counters are provided by Windows so their precision is unaffected.
Please submit your crash report so we can check out what goes wrong for you!