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          anonymous commented  · 

          Lots of people reporting very high cpu usage on Linux Ubuntu. I have got the same problem (but I can not report the bug, because I have no access to your support forum, neither I can not contact you directly, because the contact forms are not working...).

          Example configuration:
          OS info: Linux-3.16.0-77-generic-x86_64-with-Ubuntu-14.04-trusty
          CPU info: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4210U CPU @ 1.70GHz Cache: 3072 KB Cores: 2
          Installed RAM: 8097920 kB
          DL driver version: 1.3.52
          Hardware: ACER Aspire v3-371
          Connected Devices on the docking station: USB-Mouse, USB-Keyboard, HDMI-Monitor (1920x1080), DVI-Monitor (1920x1080), RJ-45 Network Cable
          CPU-Usage: 15-60%

          Removing the DVI monitor connection drops the cpu usage down to 0.7% (The system crashed after disconnecting the cable, but that's another bug, I guess).

          Please fix this bug. Thanks.

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