Emp Ninjaz

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Whats good everyone!

I've been running into alot of trouble recently streaming with obs on my PC. I have a pretty good rig but I've been getting alot of high gpu usage problems with the games I play and obs spiking in higher than normal for usage. I have a recent crash report from testing my stream on OBS. I have everything updated, I messed with various in game settings for different games.

These are my Specs:
CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 5800X 3.8 GHz 8-Core Processor
GPU: MSI GeForce RTX 3070 8 GB VENTUS 2X OC Video Card
MB: Asus ROG STRIX B550-F GAMING (WI-FI) ATX AM4 Motherboard
RAM: Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4-3200 CL16 Memory

Crash report: https://pastebin.com/stUNc5HL

Any suggestions would be great! Thank you!
 

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sandrix

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- OBS is not running as Administrator
- As I wrote earlier, try uninstalling Nvidia Broadcast or RTX Voice if you use it. This is probably causing the crash
- Your log contains no recording or streaming session. Results of this log analysis are limited
- As for the settings, you can follow the guide from Nvidia.
 

Emp Ninjaz

New Member
- OBS is not running as Administrator
- As I wrote earlier, try uninstalling Nvidia Broadcast or RTX Voice if you use it. This is probably causing the crash
- Your log contains no recording or streaming session. Results of this log analysis are limited
- As for the settings, you can follow the guide from Nvidia.
Sorry for the late reply, I uninstalled RTX Voice because I don't have Nvidia Broadcast, and still no luck, I am not more so getting crashes as of late but my GPU usage is steadily at 90% and above when streaming and playing games. I can turn my graphics settings down to the lowest and OBS will still have my GPU at 90 usage.
 

PaiSand

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I think there's the issue.
It shouldn't use the GPU. Download and give a full scan of Malwarebytes. Probably a cryto-malware. In worst case scenario you'll be forced to format and install everything from zero. Do not use anything coming from dubious sites or get into any dubious sites.
 

Emp Ninjaz

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I think there's the issue.
It shouldn't use the GPU. Download and give a full scan of Malwarebytes. Probably a cryto-malware. In worst case scenario you'll be forced to format and install everything from zero. Do not use anything coming from dubious sites or get into any dubious sites.
I apparently have malwarebytes installed and scan regularly and haven’t had any thing pop up on my scans. The system manager doesn’t pop up often when checking task manager for problems. The main think I see is my obs shooting up in high GPU usage when a game is open but I haven’t even hit go live. Could this be an issue with maybe something in my setup or a possible bios issue?
 

PaiSand

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OBS isn't using that much GPU and isn't involved at all with that usage on the desktop windows manager, with the exception of it's own window render or whatever is called.
You have a process abusing on the GPU for unknown reason. You have to dig in what is happening in there.
 

Emp Ninjaz

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OBS isn't using that much GPU and isn't involved at all with that usage on the desktop windows manager, with the exception of it's own window render or whatever is called.
You have a process abusing on the GPU for unknown reason. You have to dig in what is happening in there.
Heres a image of my task manager showing obs at 95% GPU no device manager adding to it.
 

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qhobbes

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Download the zip file of OBS, create a portable version and see if this still happens when you open it with no scenes and default settings.

 

PaiSand

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Please post a log file from when OBS is using that much GPU. Also, the image is cut short not showing all the processes.
 
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