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  1. RedStripe

    Firefox + Emby overheats CPU

    Server Version 3.1.5.0 Firefox 51.0.1 (32bit) Server Windows 7 Professional (64bit) Client Windows 8.1 (64bit) Core #3 load On Server with Firefox running (load determined with HWInfo): no Emby 1-6% with Emby (no activity or scheduled tasks) 83-89% Core #1 load On Client with Firefox running (load determined with HWInfo): no Emby 12-17% with Emby (no activity or scheduled tasks) 81-94% With Emby running on Firefox CPUs begin to overheat! Of note "ucrtbase.dll" is banging very hard on the CPU. When Emby is run on Google Chrome this is not an issue. Thx
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