Need More Info Memory leak when playing multiplayer

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Summary: Memory leak when playing on multiplayer servers
I got FPS stuttering, check my task manager and see a huge part of the ram taken by the game. The used ram increase very fast (see media).
How to Reproduce: Play multiplayer on a server for more than 30 minutes
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1st screen

10s later

1min later

Computer Specs:
OS: Windows 10
GPU: RTX 3060 laptop
GPU Driver Version: 512.95
CPU: i5-10500H
RAM: 32Go
Is it happening on all the servers for you? I noticed same issue when devs patched to 1.7.2.
But for me it's only happening on battle servers.
TDM, siege, skirmish and captain seems fine.
Sometimes I could play few maps in a row without memory leak happening and sometimes after just 2-3 rounds my ram usage would be at 12+gb
Not absolutely certain, but it usually happens after several minutes of play, so skirmish and captain are too short.
I have not seen the problem in TDM, but It also happens on siege.
Previously I stated that this issue isn't happening for me on tdm/siege/skirmish/captain servers.
If this person is having problems on siege I guess I would too. Just want to say it so its easier for devs to find the problem.
I only played like 3 siege matches and 2 captain ones after the patch.
TDM and skirmish I spend hours. No problem there(for me at least).
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