I know there is a problem with onboard Intel video (Memory Leak), but I have tried all available driver versions for the i9 processor and none of them helped. Actually, my belief is the problem I have is not video driver related. I built a new machine to run BI5 and replace the current machine running BI4. The previous machine (i7 5820K, EVGA GTX 960,16GB 3000 DDR4, 8TB WD black and Samsung 870 Pro 500GB (boot and DB). This config BI4 (running as a service), 38 3MP cameras at 15fps, direct to disc, no overlays, live 4fps, etc. It had a CPU usage of 48 - 61% on average, and memory usage around 12GB Now the new machine is an i9 9900k, Asus Z390-E, onboard video, 16GB 3000 DDR4, 16TB WD purple and Samsung Evo 970 Plus NVME (boot and DB). It is running BI5 (as a service) with the config imported from BI4. For the first 3 days of use, CPU usage was around 40 - 48%. Then out of the blue, CPU went up to 95 - 100% and memory usage was maxed out. I read all the threads about the memory leak with the intel video drivers, so I tried all versions (7 are available for 9th gen). None of them helped. I then removed the drivers, turned off hardware acceleration, and put the GTX 960 in and got the same high CPU usage. I then turned on the Nvidia hardware acceleration and still, same results. I then turned off all HW acceleration and still no luck. The only thing that brought it down was to turn off running it as a service, start BI and immediately stop all recording by clicking on the shield and letting it settle in before clicking the shield again to resume. After that, the CPU % is between 48 - 72, but BI5 will randomly quit and I have to restart it. I am not sure what is happening. Seems pretty clear it isn't the memory leak, but some other issue with BI5. It ran fine for 3 days and now it's a mess. Any ideas? Thanks.