I have same problem like KTSaved. I own HP Spectre x360 13-4000nc notebook (product number L5D95EA, CPU i5-5200U) with official drivers from HP site.
Non-paged pool has 1.1 GB in my case:
This is after about 11 hours uptime, but the non-paged pool allocation isn't connected with uptime. I guess it has more to do with applications which are using GPU extensively (like watching videos on the internet and so on. I am using Google Chrome as a web browser FYI).
By tracking in Driver Verifier Manager, igdkmd64.sys has allocated 705,460,144 bytes:
The version of igdkmd64.sys is 10.18.14.4139:
Thank you for help.
Try installing the following driver version; Download Intel® Graphics Driver for Windows® 10 and Windows 7*/8.1* [15.40], use this method for the installation; How to Manually Install an Intel® Graphics Driver in Windows® 10 &...
@GMM memory leak still occurs. On my desktop computer i use only Iris Pro 6200 iGPU. Version of driver doesn't matter, memory leak happens on every version i install. I updated to newest beta with the method you sent in this post and there's still 4GB non-paged pool. I really don't know why this happened. Before that leak everything worked fine. I use Windows 10 Pro x64. Here's a screen from Windows Performance Kit:
Edit. Also right before leak occured the driver crashed. I don't remember if it was before or after i updated the graphic driver with Snappy Driver installer. It has in it's base 188.8.131.5283 driver which is weird because newest driver on Intel website is 184.108.40.20674 (and it's beta driver).
Edi2. I fixed it. Thanks to the advice i got on other forum i recalled that i changed VRAM reserved for iGPU from 448(i think)MB to 1GB. I changed it to 512MB and there's no more memory leak.
This issue is making my computer incredibly slow and unable to multitask.
I tried to update the drivers from here Download Intel® Graphics Driver for Windows® 10 and Windows 7*/8.1* [15.40] which is the result I got searching for driver updates for i7-5500U, which is the kind of processor I have. But the installer just said this type of processor is not compatible.
Running Windows 8.1.
Drivers were up-to-date so now I'm trying reverting to an older driver.