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  1. Client server runtime process and desktop window manager are eating into my gpu at idle and...


    both the programmes together reach %60 gpu at times and will usually never sit below %5 utilisation, this high usage also occurs when gaming this causes significant frame drops on all of my games.

    my specs are as listed

    Ryzen 5 2600x

    zotac amp 2060

    16gb hyper x 3200mhz ram

    asus rog strix b450-f

    windows 10 version: 1903 64-bit windows 10 pro

    the 2060 is not overclocked and i run the 2600x at 4.1ghz very stable with temps that never go above 65 degrees whilst gaming so i doubt bottle necking or overheating is the culprit. i have scanned for viruses on multiple software's such as kaspersky and malwarebytes both discovering 0 threats. therefore its not a malicious programme causing this either. i also did a clean boot and even with all my software's disabled the problem persists, i want to fix this problem as i'm not prepared to have to put a clean copy of windows on the computer, a clean windows install would be a definite last resort.

    also no silly responses please e.g. ''please turn your computer on and off.'' i expect proper, helpful responses.

    :)
     

  2. High GPU Usage By Client Server Runtime Process and Desktop Window Manager When Scrolling Or Other Mouse Movements

    I am hearing this issue first time . after reading your issues , I checked in my windows , that client server runtime process not there , even my gpu usage is 1%.

    Try to disable that process (called service ) is registry
     
    RAJU.MSC.MATHEMATICS, Aug 12, 2019 at 8:05 PM
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  3. krystyo Win User
    Client Runtime Server and Windows Desktop Manager uses much GPU

    Hello,

    my problem is about lagging of my notebook. The laptop is quite new (not older than one year).

    Sometimes, when I move with mouse on desktop, the cursor is lagging. In task manager I can see that Client Runtime Server and Windows Desktop Manager uses up to 80% of GPU (NVidia GeForce GTX 1060 Max-Q). I did complete reinstall of OS and it does it even
    when I don´t install anything.

    I checked everything and it is up to date - drivers, OS, BIOS.

    Thank you for help, have a nice day
     
  4. Client server runtime process and desktop window manager are eating into my gpu at idle and...

    High GPU Usage By Client Server Runtime Process and Desktop Window Manager When Scrolling Or Other Mouse Movements

    Recently I Decided To Reinstall Windows Since I Wanted To Remove All Junk That Had Gathered Over The Years, However After The New Installation

    I started To Notice That The Background Processes Like Client Server Runtime and Desktop Window Manager Started Using Around 5 - 10% Of My GPU ( 3D ) and When Scrolling It Goes Over To 40 - 50 % Usage

    Annoyed Of This Issue I Reinstalled Windows From a USB Flash Drive Again But This Didn't Fix The Issue..

    Plz Help....
     
    PRADEEPSHARMA_123, Aug 12, 2019 at 8:05 PM
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