Macbook Pro Early Fan Noise Safari Non Stop

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  1. juxbox, Mar 21, 2016
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    juxbox macrumors newbie

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    MacBook Pro (13-inch, Early 2011)

    2,3 GHz Intel Core i5

    RAM 8GB 1333 MHz DDR3

    Intel HD Graphics 3000 512 MB

    240 Gb Samsung Evo Ssd

    OSX EL CAPITAN 10.11.4

    Safari Web Content uses 100% of CPU?


    opening safari Facebook-youtube-beatport.com-soundcloud.com and other web pages fan also working non stop and over heating and activity monitor safari cpu usage very high 100-150 please help me friends.
     
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  4. lowendlinux Contributor

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    Facebook has flash, youtube can have flash, soundcloud uses html 5, and I don't know about beat port. The fact that you're only using one core (100% usage vs 400%) says that every thing is OK. The fans are going to some on with even one of these sites running all four will definitely turn them on.
     
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    not normal ?
     
  6. lowendlinux Contributor

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    Your computer is fine..
     
  7. juxbox thread starter macrumors newbie

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    what is the problem ? only safari
     
  8. Murgatroyd314 macrumors regular

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    I've got an MBP of similar age, and it's not unusual for Safari's CPU usage to be right around 100% with a bunch of tabs open. I recommend ClickToPlugin to reduce load from unwanted page elements including Flash, and some sort of ad blocker.
     

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