New HTML5 demo / performance test

  • Getting between 60-64fps in FF5. Occasionally it will spike to around 55 or so, but not often.

    Dual core, Win7x64, 2GB ram, 9500GT

    Overall I'm pretty impressed. It wasn't that long ago that I couldn't even run a small embedded HTML5 game in my browser of choice, and now I'm getting good performance at fullscreen <img src="smileys/smiley32.gif" border="0" align="middle" />

  • i'm wondering about performance of more complicated games in HTML5. Not only more objects, but more effects, physics, particles and things like that.

    I would love to convert my game to HTML5 to see how it can handle all of that effects and particles... but need few more C2 updates <img src="smileys/smiley24.gif" border="0" align="middle" />

  • Firefox 5 at 8 FPS

    Fullscreen drops to 5 FPS

    GeForce 8400GS 512MB RAM

    XP

    2GB RAM

  • Firefox 5 - 63fps Fullscreen

    I don't have IE9 installed

    Safari fails and just freezes

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    Intel Q9300

    4Gb OCZ DDR2 1066

    2 x 1024Mb GeForce GTX280 (SLI)

    ~Sol

  • 18 fps

    safari 5.05 latest i think.

    mac osx 10.6.8,

    duel 3.2 processor, 4 gigs ram, ATI Radeon HD 5670 512mb

  • Ethan, Safari for me also seems really slow (on PC), isn't there a version of IE for Macs? Don't have to do this, but would be interesting to see how that would run it.

  • It's not available for osx. I've looked on the Microsoft site and it's vista and 7 only.

  • IE9 is a potential client for HTML5 Games, but what will happen about WebGL? Microsoft considered this is a harmful aganist security

  • 14fps on IE9

    Core2-Quad, Windows7, 4GB and INTEL onboard graphic card

  • The Intel IGP performance is concerning. I know their driver support is generally poor, but the vast majority of laptops have either an Intel IGP or an AMD IGP, and neither run well.

    Although at least the AMD ones can be improved a bit with some digging for drivers.

  • Intel graphics chips have always been crap in my experience. Maybe they're so slow the Classic runtime couldn't go any faster at the same fullscreen resolution (it's a lot of pixel pushing after all). Or maybe the drivers are so poor browser makers have blacklisted them to prevent crashes (I wouldn't be surprised).

    I advise anyone looking to buy a new laptop/computer to make an effort not to buy anything with an Intel graphics card! There's usually a nVidia or AMD card option and they're miles better.

  • Yea probably the low fps I'm getting is because of the graphic card..

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  • Intel graphics chips have always been crap in my experience. Maybe they're so slow the Classic runtime couldn't go any faster at the same fullscreen resolution (it's a lot of pixel pushing after all). Or maybe the drivers are so poor browser makers have blacklisted them to prevent crashes (I wouldn't be surprised).

    I advise anyone looking to buy a new laptop/computer to make an effort not to buy anything with an Intel graphics card! There's usually a nVidia or AMD card option and they're miles better.

    Obviously, there a lot of new laptops with Intel Graphics ¬¬

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