MacBook Air with Core i7-2677M (1.8GHz, HD3000): 6 seconds, using FF12Could anyone with a HD3000 run this test? Would be very interested if they get the same poor result.
Hope you didn't stare at it while it's running. :twisted::awe:I just reduced the window dimensions and it seems to be running slightly faster (the average draw duration is now closer to 200 ms). It's still running at 4 FPS though, and bogging down the entire system.
2728 seconds (almost 46 minutes)
And I cheated by reducing the window dimensions to make it run faster, too.
Well I've used IE9 on all my machines (except the Mac) and have had varying results.I think this is more of a browser test than a hardware test. (except maybe G965 above) There are other HTML5 demos that are more suited for CPU or GPU.
Ah, that's probably it then. I think I had hardware acceleration disabled.It means you either have a ultra crappy GPU (probably not the case) or a browser that does not support gpu acceleration or has it disabled.
So something is very wrong with my notebook...strange because the result was consistent across browsers and Intel driver versions. Maybe something with power settings? also it seems it it would have such a huge impact...10 seconds on a stock i3 2120 using the IGP (HD 2000)
They have a massive impact. You may notice that in max performance Windows is performing significantly better as well. Current power saving while nice and efficient has a large and meaningful impact on the actual performance you see when using the computer.Ok, it was Power settings:
Set everything to max performance and woops: 6 secs.
The effect is also extremely noticeable in the fishbowl test.
Never thought those settings have such a huge impact.
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