Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Watcher, Dec 22, 2011.
Set it to "automatic" and it set itself to 4300 and got a straight 60 fps at 1920x1080.
Chrome has been really bad lately... it doesnt even rank me.
WTF - I get <10 FPS in IE9 @ 4000 @ 1080
500 snowflakes in Chrome = 35FPS
I got 30fps at 4000 snowflakes and at 2048x1512 (desktop 2048x1536) but my GTX 480 got only 10% GPU usage at max performance due to CPU tooo bottlenecked. and MS worked badly due to lack of full potential for high-end videocard. :thumbdown
45 for my viper, 3200x1800
I get 50fps in IE 32bit, 44fps in IE 64bit, 6fps in FF9 and 5fps in Chrome.....all done with 4000 snowflakes. It's nice to look at, but hardly a benchmark...
50fps in IE9 with 4000 snow flakes which does seem abit low, but it might be because i have other stuff running.
6fps in Chrome lol.
It kinda is a benchmark, as its benchmarking html5 and GPU performance,.
Don't forget, if you have your IE set to adaptive in NVCP it will clock down running this.
you and @guys:
ok but you should read the notice in my post #25.
Tried all the other browsers. Meh, Ie9 is better.imo
Seems alot of people tht use others browsers do it not for any good/real reason, they are just microsoft haters.
LOL, i get the same fps on 1440x900
Noticed this aswell. ALL my friends that use browsers other than IE aren't using it for a particualr feature that or because IE runs slow on their system. It's just because it's NOT IE.
choices are choices so doesn't really matter but to quote a mate
"Only noobs use IE"
I must be a noob
solid 60fps in IE9
2600K @ 4.6ghz
browser choice defies logic.....but, it is a choice.
I use IE because websites used by my last employer required IE....so far, I've seen no justification for changing.
Firefox 9.0.1 1920x1200 fullscreen:
IE9 1920x1200 fullscreen:
This is IE optimized.
Solid 60 fps using IE
no due to see in my post #25 and the lack of multi-thread/-core CPU.
60 fps at 2880x1620 , good thing i only use IE