God Of War Memory Leak – Not Enough Available Memory [Fixed]

God Of War Memory Leak - Not Enough Available Memory [Fixed]

If you are facing the same issue God of War memory leak ” Not Enough Available Memory” while playing GOW on your PC. This is becoming a serious issue for gamers after the FPS drops error.

Many players report the issue of God of War memory leaks and they are searching for workable solutions to fix this issue.

There are rumors that GOW Memory leak issue was fixed by the developers with the 1st patch on PC, but the game is still unplayable and showing the same error. Restarting the PC does fix the issue temporarily but the problem is still there.

In this article, you will find the tested solutions to fix God of War “Not Enough Available Memory” so read the complete article to get rid of this issue.

How To fix God of War Memory Leak Issue on PC?

Below we have listed all the fixes that can help you to fix God of War not enough available memory issues on your gaming PC or console.

Method-1: Manually manage the Windows Page File

If you are using Windows operating system and facing the God of War, not having enough available memory issues it’s because the Windows page file is getting full to the size of the virtual memory page file.

Although, Windows 10 & Windows 11 can automatically manage the Pagefile according to the computer’s Memory and configuration.

However, if you face lagging while starting or playing the GOW game. You can manually increase the memory limit from 20GB to 30GB.

Follow these steps to do it:

  1. Right-click the Start button to open its context menu.
  2. Then click on System > Advanced system settings.
  3. On the System Properties box, ensure that you are on the Advanced tab.
  4. Click the Settings button from under the Performance section.
  5. On the Performance Options box, go to the Advanced tab.
  6. Click the Change button from under the Virtual memory section.
  7. On the Virtual Memory box, uncheck the Automatically manage paging file size for all drives checkbox.
  8. From the available list, click to select the drive on which Windows 10 is installed. (C: in most cases.)
  9. From below the list, click to select the Custom size radio button.
  10. In the now-enabled fields, type the minimum and maximum size of the Pagefile in megabytes (MB) according to the physical memory present in your computer.
  11. Click Set and then click OK.
  12. Restart your computer when you’re done.

Until the God of War developers releases the new patch you should use this fix. now check if it has resolved the lagging or God of War stuttering issue.

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Method-2: Set the In-Game graphics Setting to Medium

Those users whose PC’s hardware doesn’t meet the minimum system requirements to play God of War should apply the medium or low in-game graphics settings to prevent memory leaks.

If you have also set the graphics settings to high make it to medium or even low for the time being to fix the God of War memory leak issue.

Add A “_” To gow.exe File Name

If you are still dealing with God of War memory leak then you need to add (_) “underscore” with the file named as gov.exe and you are good to go.

This solution is suggested by a Redditor who added “_” with the gow.exe file and he was able to travel between realms without it maxing out VRAM and crashing.

Method-3: Set the GOD Process Priority Using Task Manager

You can fix the memory leak issue while gaming by pumping more resources into the application. For that you need to open Task manager We have already written an article on: How To Set CPU Process Priority for Applications in Windows 10 and apply the steps mentioned in this article.

Set the GOD Process Priority Using Task Manager

Method-4: Modify PC’s Power Settings

If you keep seeing God of War not enough available memory errors while playing it on PC. Then try to change power settings to high performance.

Follow these steps:

  1. Open settings and search for Graphics Settings.
  2. Search for the God of War game and select Options.
  3. There you will find the Graphics preference options.
  4. Set the Graphics to the high-performance option and click to save.

Method-5: Disable Unwanted Programs

If you are running multiple programs that are not even required, they will consume more memory leaving less for the game to use.

You need to disable all of these programs and for this purpose, you should use Task Manager.

  1. Press Ctrl + Shift + Esc to open Task Manager
  2. Locate the application that is hogging up RAM, and right-click on it to End Task It.

Method-6: Disable Your Integrated Graphics

If you have dual GPU integrated and dedicated you need to disable the integration to fix the God of War memory leak issue.

Follow these steps:

  1. Press Win + R and type devmgmt.msc to open Device Manager.
  2. Click Display adapters.
  3. Right-click on your integrated graphics and click Disable device.
  4. Now restart the game to see if the Ram consumption issue is fixed.