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Crashes can be caused by overheating. Use SpeedFan or similar to make sure your temps stay below 60 C idle and not much more active. Check fans, remove dust, and improve airflow for better cooling. Perhaps the heatsink's thermal paste is lacking. If it's not a thermal issue, make sure you're using the latest stable drivers for your hardware. This might be ...
Okay, I've sorted this for myself now. It is not a solution but more of a fix. I've noticed that if I run BF4.exe in compatibility mode with Windows 8 I don't get these memory leaks. So if you're experiencing this as well, try the following. Go to C:\Program Files (x86)\Origin Games\Battlefield 4 Right click BF4.exe (or BF4_x85.exe of you run it in ...
From what I can gather, the drivers would work, but I don't think the settings would be applied, unless there's a reason not to then I'd leave it enabled.
One thing you can check is that you cables are okay. Lots of cables do not follow the standard. Pin 20 (power) is the pin near the / side of the connector. It should be disabled for passive cables. Only active display port adapters can draw power from it. Check with a multimeter if pin 20 of the cable is disabled. My problems went away after I opened up one ...
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