Originally Posted by riteshsarraf
I tried by disabling CPU scaling in the kernel but that didn't help.
But I think I was able to find more information. As per my previous comment, I think I'm wrong that gcc or any IO intensive load is the reason for the problem.
I noticed today, that this problem is reproducible, irrespective of the system load, as soon as a flash enabled site is opened.
I'm not sure how they could be interconnected but IMO flash rendering is causing this bug reproducible.
Flash, or anything else isn't the issue. Probably the nvidia driver is causing memory corruption.