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Resolved Unity editor slow down with probuilder.

Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by Vidhyanshu745, Feb 18, 2024.

  1. Vidhyanshu745

    Vidhyanshu745

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    I am a common user of unity and beginner as well.
    I am making a small level and whenever I click or select a object my scene takes 1 minute to update. A window comes with a green line moving to right.
    Please try to answer.

    Details about my computer:-
    RAM 8GB
    Total memory consumption is 70%

    Details about my scene:-
    Only some probuilderised objects.
    Not more than 10 objects
     
    Last edited: Mar 10, 2024
  2. bugfinders

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    so your machine basically meets minimum specs. Slow down is expected.
     
  3. Vidhyanshu745

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    It was not before. Editor consumption of memory is 30% how to reduce it
     
  4. bugfinders

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    Have less running, this is not always possible. As I said, your machine meets minimum specs, the more you use the more concessions you need to make
     
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  5. Vidhyanshu745

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    Actually, I am selecting one face of a object from another face. Then something like this is coming- probuilder.meshselection.changed
    Wait for unity's code to run in unity editor
    And it is taking 1 or minutes to change to another face.

    (This was an example of problem. Otherwise I am getting 200+ fps if I run.)
     
  6. Ryiah

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    8GB RAM is technically the minimum requirement to load the editor but you're not going to be able to do much of anything beyond that with just 8GB. If you want to be able to do actual work you need at least 16GB and to have a comfortable experience you want 32GB.

    The heaviest usage that I have seen to date is 80% of 32GB which is why my workstation has 64GB.

    It's compounded further by how low memory often means a weak system in general as no one will build a system with for example 8GB RAM and then pair it with an i9. I'd have to know all of the specs and not just the memory to know for certain but chances are everything in that PC is likely minimum at best.
     
    Last edited: Feb 18, 2024
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