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Guys, everytime I render a flash content (.swf) in my browser, the flash player uses system resources severely, around 30% of CPU uses and for that system makes a lot of noise as well as heats up soon..

flash plug-in is updated to the latest version so as the browser (firefox).

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Guys, everytime I render a flash content (.swf) in my browser, the flash player uses system resources severely, around 30% of CPU uses and for that system makes a lot of noise as well as heats up soon..

flash plug-in is updated to the latest version so as the browser (firefox).

Are you sure is flash player`s fault ? What browser do you use ? AV ? System configuration : CPU , RAM ...

For you , 30% CPU is a severe resource usage ?!? :lol:

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Guys, everytime I render a flash content (.swf) in my browser, the flash player uses system resources severely, around 30% of CPU uses and for that system makes a lot of noise as well as heats up soon..

flash plug-in is updated to the latest version so as the browser (firefox).

Are you sure is flash player`s fault ? What browser do you use ? AV ? System configuration : CPU , RAM ...

For you , 30% CPU is a severe resource usage ?!? :lol:

I am damn sure

Firefox

Avast Internet security 7

i3-350m, 3GB

30% CPU usage by an app for notebook user is EXTREMELY severe thing..previously never gone through such situations.

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This's an old problem of adobe, never be real improved.

Most flash on internet being created without any optimize, this makes it more worse.

Firefox and Chrome has own graphic engine, CPU occupy more higher than IE,

especial Chrome.

The only way is: limit flash played on the same time, you can use "ClickToFlash" plugin.

Maybe a little improve.

:think:

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This's an old problem of adobe, never be real improved.

Most flash on internet being created without any optimize, this makes it more worse.

Firefox and Chrome has own graphic engine, CPU occupy more higher than IE,

especial Chrome.

The only way is: limit flash played on the same time, you can use "ClickToFlash" plugin.

Maybe a little improve.

:think:

30% of CPU uses is just on playing one flash file..
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Guys, everytime I render a flash content (.swf) in my browser, the flash player uses system resources severely, around 30% of CPU uses and for that system makes a lot of noise as well as heats up soon..

flash plug-in is updated to the latest version so as the browser (firefox).

Sometimes, Flash player will take significant amount of ram due to quality of video for example 420 or 720p HD...I am guessing this normal for the flash player, even mine goes quite high in ram usage.

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Sometimes, Flash player will take significant amount of ram due to quality of video for example 420 or 720p HD...I am guessing this normal for the flash player, even mine goes quite high in ram usage.

RAM uses is not the problem for me..CPU uses is the thing..
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Sometimes, Flash player will take significant amount of ram due to quality of video for example 420 or 720p HD...I am guessing this normal for the flash player, even mine goes quite high in ram usage.

RAM uses is not the problem for me..CPU uses is the thing..

What is your CPU usgae while using flash player? Since 70% of usage of CPU by flash player is unacceptable.

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Since 70% of usage of CPU by flash player is unacceptable.

Did I tell that?
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overclock that bitch board with cold fusion :D :D

:angry:
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really rudrax :shit: workZ water cool 2 =D :D

i got water cool on mine for 50 bucks now 25 bucks probably 8)
:shit: cooling comes for free here but I don't use...
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Since 70% of usage of CPU by flash player is unacceptable.

Did I tell that?

I read it, on ehow about CPU usage by flash player..

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Since 70% of usage of CPU by flash player is unacceptable.

Did I tell that?

I read it, on ehow about CPU usage by flash player..

some people are reporting of 80-90% of cpu uses in adobe forums
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Since 70% of usage of CPU by flash player is unacceptable.

Did I tell that?

I read it, on ehow about CPU usage by flash player..

some people are reporting of 80-90% of cpu uses in adobe forums

Maybe they are player flash games..

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really rudrax :shit: workZ water cool 2 =D :D

i got water cool on mine for 50 bucks now 25 bucks probably 8)

water cool? haha...

That's so happy memory to me.

i've been DIY this with friend many years ago, we use some special pipe-- those pipe be used in gas chromatography,

perfect, incredible, we DID it.

:cheers:

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Water cooling mine is rubber BTW 8) ibuypower :shit: ya' noe =D

Cold fusion

:evil:

What we used are some reliable gas-tight pipe, i can't imaging normal material can be used to water cool for CPU.

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For God's sake, don't scare me like that!

:omg:

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Please stick to the topic. Seems to be getting derailed a little. ;)

I think, just think 30% is normal. Make sure hardware acceleration in your browser (I believe Chrome doesn't have it) and Flash player is enabled to offload the usage to the graphics.

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Flash player is enabled to offload the usage to the graphics.

How to do it?Posted Image
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Flash player is enabled to offload the usage to the graphics.

How to do it?

Open a youtube/other video > right click > Settings > click the very first tab (LCD icon) > Check/enable Enable hardware acceleration. Most likely it's enabled, but just check. If it's already enabled, try disabling and check. :P

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Open a youtube/other video > right click > Settings > click the very first tab (LCD icon) > Check/enable Enable hardware acceleration. Most likely it's enabled, but just check. If it's already enabled, try disabling and check. :P

Tried that already buttBoy..Posted Image

Well, I have no problem with .flv files..the plugin container barely uses 5% of CPU..but while rendering .swf content, CPU directly goes near 30% of use making a lot of noise and heat

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