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OS 10.4 - EA Sports Website Increased CPU Utilization


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So I go to the site to check out a game that made the hall of fame. Right after I choose North America and go to the main page, I notice my CPU utilization start to increase. Within a few minutes, the RPMs of my fans increase from approx 2K to over 5K!

Has anyone else experienced this using Safari?
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Yeah I am too, I just checked. I fluctuate between 30%-50% total CPU.
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