Quote: Originally Posted by Gornot
High performance machines usually don't need game boosters... Hell, LOW-END PCs don't need game boosters. In general those programs are useless because the impact on the games' performance is minimal. You only do harm to your system by continuously (across a single session i.e. not restarting/turning off your PC) using it to stop system services and third party notifications etc.
When the system is idle, it's idle; there aren't many games aside from your AV that can impact the performance of the game when it runs a process like scanning for viruses or updating definitions (the biggest impact of this being a short spike of lag, that's all).
... and just now I'm realizing what you actually meant when you wrote that last post so lol on me
Still, it could very well be a Flash issue, even on a high performance machine. That b**** will suck up all the life it can get just to troll you.
Try a different browser for a couple of hours, see how that goes. Having Flash integrated into Chrome makes it even less predictable and bugfix-friendly for common users, so try IE9 or FF or something and see if the problem persists.
Hello, please help us. We share the same problem, when we both go to digg.com once every restart, we get the 5-10 second freeze AND a beep sound from the speakers.