Posted almost 3 years ago
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I was reading about how the latest builds of Chrome were able to render 1000 fish in some Microsoft fish bowl performance test. So of course I had to check this out for myself. What I found was a really cool HTML 5 test, designed at Microsoft, to test the performance limits of your browser. Go ahead and give it a try, it's fun to play with for a few minutes. Feel free to leave a comment with the most number of fish you can run. ;)

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Jared Brown

I can run 25 fish at 2 fps on my work computer in Chromium 5.0.349.0 (40895). It's kind of sad.

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Adam Brown

I can run 500 fish @ 3 fps :) Go go Radeon HD 6970!! :D

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Guy Wyant

100 fish at 2 fps on the Blackberry Playbook's browser...

almost 3 years ago   Like_icon 1 likes  
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Abelardo Gonzalez

1000 fish @ 3 fps in IE9, Thinkpad X100e. 10 fish @ 2fps on Opera(can't display water), and somehow fails on all my webkit browsers.

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