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Windows 7: Intermittent lag whilst watching / playing flash

25 Sep 2010   #11
BlackWolfie

ultimate x64
 
 

Thats a load of cr.ap , excuse my french, what you wrote above... Problem is in flash itself , esp ver 10 and up...Check my hardware, and that thing uses like 12-15% of all my cores sometimes...LOL ( i7 930@3.0, HD 5870 Vapor-x, 6GB corsairs@1600 Mhz)... SO u tell me that my machine is maybe overheating playing stupid flash game ??? LOL , again, it doesnt move over 72 C on stress tests ( all cores 100%) @ 4.2 Ghz....
Not to mention my other machine AMD x64 x2 - Flash gets to 88% of Both cores, LOL , again....

Its just badly optimised, and even worse written, and should be done something about it...


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25 Oct 2010   #12
Josh1821

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

I know It's been a while but I'll post anyway, I completely cut out the grill on the underside of my laptop and the fan is currently exposed after I re-installed W7 to ensure it wasn't a faulty driver/virus problem. Now my laptop is running at 60C with 4 tabs open in Chrome, I'll see how it copes playing a few games. Ive got Speedfan open too, I was hoping I could change the fan speed but it isn't picking it up at all so no luck there.
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