Can you please post here the dxdiag report, graphics report and system information report?
How to get it?
Dxdiag Report: Type dxdiag in Start Menu> open> Save> Attach using Advanced Editor Options.
System Information: Click Start> Type System Information> Click File> Export> Save File> Attach using Advanced Editor Options.
Graphics Report: Right click on desktop> Graphics Properties> Options> Drop Down Menu> Information Center> Save> Attach using Advanced Editor Options.
Please attach all files.
Thank you for sharing all this information.
I know this may sound very basic but can try different browser? Please try with internet Explorer and make sure Java is installed and the Operating System up to date.
I have not seen this issue from other customers so It is very strange. May I know how many units are affected with this issue?
Of course we have tried several browsers... internet explorer gives the best results. Everything is updated.
Another good example of our problem is here: http://stars.chromeexperiments.com
when zoomed out all the way, we get a lousy 9.0 FPS on chrome. On an Ideapad y480 we get 48.0 FPS. I know it's a laptop but we don't have another mini PC to compare to.
All 4 NUCs have this problem.
Visiting that site and enabling developer tools in Google Chrome to get a FPS meter the FPS shows 59.9 when fully zoomed out and I cant notice any lag when rotating the galaxy. When zooming in a bit I get 45-55 FPS.
Currently using Google Chrome 40.0.2214.115 (64-bit) in Ubuntu 14.10 64-bit on a D54250WYKH.
So a hint for you would be to try booting on Ubuntu 14.10 64-bit image, install google chrome there and revisit that site. If you get the same result as me then there is something flawed with your windows installation or the windows driver(s) being used (or windows/graphics settings).
thanks for checking on your NUC.
I booted Ubuntu 14.04.1, installed chrome and revisited the site - and got 17FPS.
I believe there is a problem with the NUC... kevin, apachez, what do you suggest?
the stars experiment uses webgl so it forces gpu acceleration, but on other websites, when hardware acceleration is disabled, we get much better performance.
again, any suggestions? who's fault is this?
@ poochon, What I'm seeing is a performance hit when running Win 7. On win 8.1 there are no issues. I am investigating further and will post updates to this thread.
Thanks for the additional data. The NUC I am using is not the same model as yours. I will locate a D54250WYKH and run the tests again.
Also, with the system I am using, the Stars demo is showing ~ 47 FPS zoomed all the way out. Win 7 64, latest Chrome.
By any chance have you tried the Canary version of Chrome?
I tried it but it wasn't better.
my bad - i updated to the latest canary (43.0.2333.3) and now i get 30 fps on my simple example. but still 17fps on the stars experiment.