The High CPU/RAM/ETC Usage Topic
krisalex last edited by
This is a follow-up of the High CPU/RAM/ETC Usage Topic
I really have issues with Opera misbehaving and not being able to manage resources. And i use much beefier hardware, i use Lenovo Thinkstsion D20 workstation, with the full load of 96 gb in tripple channel mode, 5520/58 chipset with ICH10R system controller, dual Xeon X5690 cpus, in total of 2 cpu's, 6 cores per cpu, 2 treads per core and quadro p2200 in compute/ display for further accelerstion, os of choice is Windows 10 pri for Workstations, with full natice support for this grade of hardware and its fearures, and proper drivers setup. There are times when my ws freezes with opera. It happens with opera only. I use⁶is quite a beefy hardware, lot of cores, fast cires made to take sustained heaby duty loads, and instill feel resources are managed suboptimal. An update with screeshots will follow up later today.
No such issues with chrome. Chrome is fast, snappy, responsive. Please Opera, reevalutate your code. This is not a core 2 duo laptop i work with. It is professional grade hardware designed and meant to take and manage huge workloads.
davidgould last edited by
Zero tabs open, 6 extensions.
20-odd processes using about ~1GB.
This laptop only has 4GB total.
Opera v. 76.0.3989.0
davidgould last edited by davidgould
Opera's Task Manager does show that most of the processes are extensions and rendering threads. It looks like this was changed in Chromium over a year ago. [I'm trying to get to the bottom of why Opera (and Chromium?) uses so much memory, how tabs/pages are swapped out etc].
GhostUnamused last edited by
@leocg I am facing the same problem I already use the hard limit but somehow opera still takes up a lot of memory. It's a big problem for me since I have a 4GB ram laptop. I didn't have this issue in the previous versions. I didn't even have to use the ram limiter let alone the hard limit. If this continues Opera GX will render my laptop unusable and I will have to switch to a less ram consuming browser. But I don't want to switch from opera. Please help me
davidnikoli last edited by
I just got a laptop from laptop rental. Intsall opera on it and i started my work. After some time, I noticed that my laptop was getting very hot. I just open one tab and opera is using 1.2 gig memory. Is there any solution to reduce the use of Opera memory? If yes, please let me know i am worried about it.
dugglebb last edited by leocg
General agreement with the thread concept. The more recent upgrades of Opera Hog CPU on a regular basis, internet banking is becoming a trial as often the CPU hogging means the transaction times out before the CPU drops to less than 100%
Doesn't happen in Chrome so unless a reliable working fix comes up soon I'm going to Junk opera as unusable and revert to Chrome.
I might even give MS Edge a go, it can't be any worse than present Opera versions
dugglebb last edited by
feel the banning for capitalisation is absurd, but seems in keeping with current product's performance, shame there's not the same attention and effort applied to product shortcomings as to grammar critique
have tried other browsers and decided that vivaldi is vastly superior to opera, and i hope i won't need to complain in capitals or lower case. so opera will be going in the bin