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What is your HTML performance 2D

Mir96TA

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My computer with Xeon 3110 (E8400) with 8 Gig along 5870 1Gig did 7 seconds
HTML 5 Test
Mine was done in IE 9
 
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chimaxi83

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6 seconds, sig rig, using Chrome. You should've listed your browser, btw.
 

blastingcap

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6/6/7 seconds Firefox, IE9, Chrome, all with latest updates. Sig in rig. Done on one-screen only, 1920x1080 (other monitors disabled).
 

Mr. Pedantic

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Firefox 12 - 6 seconds
IE9 - 6 seconds
Chrome 19 - 7 seconds

Core i7 920 + 6950.

First ran it on Opera 11.64, wouldn't do it. About 8 seconds between draws and a browser that is slow as hell doing it.
 

Yuriman

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Q6600 @ 3ghz + HD4870

Chrome: 18 seconds (??)
FireFox 11: 6 seconds

I had a bunch of other tabs open in Chrome, could be that.

Loaded it on my phone, GS2 running Chome on ICS, got a mobile score of <2 seconds, desktop version looked like it was going to take 10 minutes.
 

Fox5

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Phenom II X6 1090T w/ Geforce 560 TI
6 seconds in Firefox 12
6 seconds in Google Chrome 18 and 19
7 seconds in Internet Explorer 9 32 and 64 bit but it looked considerably uglier, it used a lower resolution...microsoft cheating for its own browser?

Nice to see that a Phenom II cpu can keep up with the core i7's in this thread!
 

althaz

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6 Seconds. Firefox 12 in Windows 8CP with a 1.83Ghz Core 2 Duo (E6300).

This does not appear to be effected by CPU power.

EDIT: If it matters I had four other tabs open (but I watched the test) as well as Zune on my other monitor.
 

Fox5

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6 Seconds. Firefox 12 in Windows 8CP with a 1.83Ghz Core 2 Duo (E6300).

This does not appear to be effected by CPU power.

EDIT: If it matters I had four other tabs open (but I watched the test) as well as Zune on my other monitor.
60 fps seems to be the fastest the test can run, so 6 seconds may be the fastest the test can go.
Also, if it's a Direct2D test/showcase, then anything with a graphics card should perform about the same.
 

ShintaiDK

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Seems everyone gets 6-7 seconds nomatter CPU/GPU/browser etc combo. Kinda tells me its useless.

For the fishbench I get 34fps with 2000 fishes in IE9.
 

Cerb

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I don't see any scores in seconds. 264ms average draw time. I killed it after about a minute. FF 12 w/ C2D 2.4 + G33 IGP. Tried it in IE 9, and got 60FPS.
 

iCyborg

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Same here: I couldn't get the test to finish on FF12, average draw time is ~130ms. Using i7 920 @ 3.6GHz. IE9 finishes in 7 seconds. And that number of billboards drawn is much higher for FF12, it was ~1700 by the time it finished Ready, Set, Go, the test hasn't even started yet. Something is very wrong there, until I ran on IE9 I didn't know what were you guys talking about, what test, where are the scores...

OTOH, at work FF11 finishes in 10s, same as IE9 (slower CPU).
 

aaksheytalwar

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6 seconds with latest chrome and rig in sig :)

The fish test didn't seem to end, but with latest Chrome I get 32+-1 FPS with 2000 fish.
 
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blastingcap

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33/36/60fps in fishbowl with 2000 fish and 1080p (one screen enabled, maximized browser) on the latest updates of Chrome, IE9, and Firefox, respectively.

Rig in sig, all at stock.
 
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