High ram usage

Environment questions

GTA V version: 1.57
Up to date: Yes
Legit or Pirate copy: Legit
Purchased where - Steam/Rockstar Launcher/Epic: Rockstar
Windows version: 20H2
Did you try to delete content_index.xml and try again? Yes
System specifications: R7 3700x / Rtx 2070 8G / 16gb / game installed on ssd
CitizenFX crash zip file (‘Save information’ on a crash):
logs/CitizenFX_log files:
.dmp files/report IDs:

If you can’t start the game at all

GTA V folder screenshot:
GTA V/update/x64/dlcpacks screenshot:
Filepath to FiveM folder:
FiveM client folder screenshot:
Which antivirus/firewall software are you using?
Did you try to disable/uninstall your Anti-virus?

Important parts

What is the issue you’re having?
When playing at any server ram skyrockets and hits 10g usage after 10-15 minutes
What are you trying to do?
Fix high ram usage
What have you tried already to fix the issue?
deleted cash, uninstalled and re downloaded Fivem multiple times
Error screenshot (if any):

What did you do to get this issue?
nothing it started happening to me suddenly last week
What server did you get this issue on? Be specific and name some, ‘all of them’ by itself isn’t useful!
i tried several rdp,cfx,esx servers all the same issue including my own server.


Additional comments

a week ago i started freezing from time to time whenever i play for a long time on any server, and when i opened task manger to see what was causing the problem i saw memory % sitting at 90-92. i searched for a fix for it but found nothing. i found a forum saying it might be from to many resources loaded at once but when my friends play with me on the same server they sit around 3gb usage of ram whiles i get 9-10gb usage. me and my friends have a similar builds all using 16gb

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maybe show a screenshot of your task manager while this is going on.