GPU usage spikes and slowdown results from basic tasks on all websites
Windows, Ver. 120.0.1, 64-bit. Hardware acceleration enabled.
Many tasks on all websites result in GPU usage spikes. Very basic functions such as page scrolling or entering text often take a half second to register, making the browser feel unresponsive. I do not have a bunch of tabs open either and am not using any other applications that would be power-intensive.
Using an RTX 3050 Ti Mobile. Newest NVIDIA drivers, 546.29.
GPU usage spikes to over 10% when just scrolling the screen. Help!
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EDIT: This is also a Firefox-specific problem; the slowness does not occur in any other program.
Actually, I have just realized that I cannot recreate the problem on my laptop itself. When I noticed the problem my laptop was connected to an external monitor. Using the display on the laptop and the built-in keyboard causes the GPU usage to spike still, but with no input lag.
I do not have access to that monitor at this moment to further troubleshoot, but after trying Troubleshoot Mode the GPU usage still spiked when I scrolled the screen. Interestingly the spike seemed to be caused this time by the Windows processes "csrss.exe" and "dwm.exe" whereas previously Firefox's own GPU usage was what spiked.
Will update in a few days when I am back where that monitor was.