Hello all, I'm new to the forum, and already have a question about some troubles I've been having with my Mac Pro. It's a 2008 2.8Ghz 8-core with 256MB graphics card and 6GB or RAM, with latest version of Snow Leopard 10.6.4 and most recent browser updates. Now, when I bought this Mac Pro second hand, it came with only 2GB RAM (2x 1GB) and I added another 4GB myself (2x 2GB). This was a few months ago. However since a few weeks, I've been having issues with my CPU usage, mainly in Safari or any other web browser, especially when streaming video. After a few minutes, 10 max., the CPU usage in one core shoots up to 90 or 100% and the other 7 remain idle and unused. I tried this in Safari as well as Firefox, both with the same result. This results in serious video lag, and browser slowing down significantly in general. This happens even when there are no other applications opened, besides perhaps Mail. When working in Photoshop or Illustrator or any other graphically heavy program, the CPU usage is distributed much more evenly across all 8 cores and all seems to be fine, so I don't think it's a graphics problem. Now I went to look into my System Profiler and noticed that one of the 2GB RAMs I installed shows an ECC Error. I had this ECC Error right after installing the DIMMs, but it disappeared after a day or so and I didn't really bother to look at it again until recently. Also video streaming went wonderfully for a few months, streaming 1080p with barely a hitch. Could this ECC Error on the DIMM be the problem? Or has anyone had a similar issue with their Mac Pro and video in browsers? If so, how did you solve it? Any help or ideas regarding this issue would be greatly appreciated.