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High CPU Usage and Temps for Streaming Video

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I'm getting ~20% CPU usage and core temps ~50C with 2 browser windows open (one streaming video and the other not doing much, only a few tabs).

Here are my basic specs:

Win7 pro x64

i5-2500K stock clocks

M4 ssd

gtx 560 gpu

asrock z77e-itx board

8gb ram

The system typically idles around 40C, I'm not sure what's going on here. No other apps running aside from firefox atm. Thanks

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run Taskmgr.

Thanks, I had looked there, but wasn't sure what figure to check. I assumed it would be in the processes tab under CPU (as a percent maybe), but idle processes show 99 so my assumption is obviously incorrect.

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run Taskmgr.

Thanks, I had looked there, but wasn't sure what figure to check. I assumed it would be in the processes tab under CPU (as a percent maybe), but idle processes show 99 so my assumption is obviously incorrect.

Can someone please advise? Thanks

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if nothings shows up, why do you think you have high CPU usage?

The CPU usage in Taskmgr as described in my first post. To clarify post #5, I am not sure how to determine which process is causing the high cpu usage.

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