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Once again i made a small demo and IE9 runs at 60 fps and Chrome is only running at 50 fps. There is no physics being used at all. Chrome seems to be slower then IE9.
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60 fps in both chrome and IE9 for me. This is on my 3 year old laptop.
core 2 duo
windows 7 x64
Thats why i posted this. I'm on a Intel Core i3 Windows 7 32 bit. I don't understand it either. I already updated video drivers.
Your chrome is using too many extensions ?
Edit: In Chrome 18.0.1025.162 m and FF12 I get 60 FPS on your skier example.
is the 50fps on chrome stable or it varies much? if it's stable, i'd bet on vsynch (chrome on webgl vsynching to your monitor refresh rate, while IE just renders at 60fp in software mode)
The chrome fps is stable. I'll also check on the extensions. On a different computer that has a faster processor i did get 60fps on chrome. But its not that much faster.
Just checked, the refresh rate is 60hz.
Type in chrome://gpu. Does it say you get hardware acceleration for everything?
My best guess is IE is hardware accelerated and Chrome is not. Chrome regularly beats IE in our benchmarks, but we have hardware acceleration enabled for everything.
Here is a url of the page from chrome when i did chrome://gpu
chrome gpu results
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