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Ajax timer affecting CPU performance

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I'm using an ajax timer to show different time zones. Also, I'm placing ajax timers to update user controls on my page.

For example, I'm placing 3-4 timers on my page to update my user controls and displaying various time zones. My problem is

this is badly affecting my CPU performance. It is using 20-30% CPU usage. I tried increasing the timer interval from one sec to

6 seconds. This fairly improved the performance. Is there any other way of improving CPU performance ?


I'm updating my user control like this:

<asp:UpdatePanel ID="updateGradeTable" runat="server"  UpdateMode="Conditional">
     		<uc1:GradeTable ID="gradeTable" UpdateMode="Conditional" runat="server" />
                <asp:Timer ID="tm1" runat="server" OnTick="tm1_Tick" Interval="7000"></asp:Timer>
I'm updating my timer like this:

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