I've had this problem for a couple of days now and I have no clue what might be causing it. When entering a particular website, it won't load the same images over and over again. At first I thought it was a problem with Chrome, but I it's the same with Firefox and Chromium.
This is how I see my subscriptions feed in YouTube:
And this is how I see Chrome's Web Store:
I've tried the following things so far without any success:
I've deleted the cache of FF and Chrome numerous times
Reinstalled Chrome a couple of times and even switched versions (from 26.0.1410.43 to 28.0.1500.71)
I've tried 'Empty cache and Hard Reload' from the context menu of the Refresh button in Chrome when the F12 key is pressed.
Even deleting the browsers' folders from ~/.cache won't do the trick. The same images won't load every time.
I completely reinstalled my Xubuntu and in the beginning there wasn't such a problem. However, after an hour or so (after I finished installing my stuff), it appeared again. In Windows I don't have such an issue with the same Google account(s).
Incognito Mode doesn't help.
Disabling all extensions;
Disabling Pepper Flash and enabling Shockwave Flash from chrome://plugins;
Reinstalling Java OpenJDK 7
Due to the fact that a forum post suggested it might be a graphics driver issue (although regarding an AMD card), I thought it may have something to do with my new gpu. A few weeks back I used Intel HD Graphics but can't confirm that the problem didn't occur then. Now I have a GTX 760, using the 319.32 version of Nvidia's drivers. Could this be related somehow? Some people having similar issues suggested it might be a problem with the kernel (3.8.0-26-generic). However, a fresh install of Xubuntu 13.04 has a 3.8.0-19-generic kernel and after installing the updates, you can choose between -19 and -26. My gpu's drivers are installed for the -26 kernel and when launching the -19 (without gpu drivers installed) the problem persists. Other people stated it might be a conflict with xfce, but God, I can't stand the newer versions of Gnome. I don't know what to do, please help - it's driving me insane.