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Killer Control Center Memory Leaks

Some users have reported memory leaks with some versions of our performance suite. The current version of the Killer Control Center has no known instance of memory leaks. Unfortunately, the computer manufacturer assembled your machine, the software they installed on the computer will not necessarily be up to date by the time you unbox the computer, which is entirely normal.

This means that the user will need to update the software. Various computer manufacturers test and provide various versions of our software on their own support pages at their discretion, so the version of our software that you might find elsewhere on the web may not be the most up to date.

If you are experiencing memory leaks, we highly suggest clean-installing the latest Killer Control Center.

Click here for our guide on clean installing the latest Killer Control Center. 

If you continue to experience memory leaks after updating to the latest Killer Control Center and device drivers, please contact us by clicking the button to the left.

Please include:

  • The diagnostic requested by the form, with the latest Killer Control Center installed after you have confirmed that the memory leak still exists
  • Some explanation as to how you concluded that our drivers or software are causing the issues.
  • Links to any relevant screenshots or logs that show our drivers or software using an inflated amount of memory.
  • Any troubleshooting steps that you have already tried.
Updated on February 18, 2019

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