Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Ivy Bridge Core I7 MrFingerIII Special Builds OS Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit sp1 CPU Intel I7-3770K @ 4.8 Ghz 1.296 volts everyday OC Motherboard Asus Sabertooth Z77 Socket 1155 Memory 16gb G-Skill Trident Black 2400mhz 10-12-12-31 Graphics Card VisionTek HD7970 Reference Crossfire 1175/1570 power 18% Sound Card AC97 Monitor(s) Displays 27" ViewSonic 1920/1080dp hdmi 37in vizio hdmi dual monitors Screen Resolution 1920x1080 27"- 1920x1080 37"
Keyboard Logitech wireless keyboard Mouse Logitech wireless mouse PSU HX1050w Corsair Silver 80plus certified crosfire/sli Case Thermaltake Element V Cooling Antec 920 Corsair SPfan Push/Pull and other 120mm 200mm fans Hard Drives Ocz Agility 120Gb SSD Seagate baracuda 500 Gb WD Mybook 500Gb Internet Speed Cable 25+ mb Antivirus WebRoot Spysweeper with Antivirus Browser IE-10, Chrome, Opera Other Info TV Tuner Hybrid PCI-e ATSC/QAM X5075
FX8350 /80GB Corsair 750GB Seagate Barracuda 16GB Corsair Vengeance HD6870 1GB Sabertooth 990FX R2.0 PSU??? up in the air currently looking
Cooling Antec 620 Khuler These are the specs of my build I have sitting waiting to be put together it used to be a part of a previous system
I've had the same problem the moment our organization switched to Windows 7 installed on new laptops.
Our previous laptops were installed with Windows Vista and no problems with any browser.
Also my XP Prof. and Linux laptops have no problems.
All using the same wireless networks (albeit older laptops are generally a bit slower).
I have tried all the browser "cleaning" suggested here as well as installing and testing Chrome and Safari.
All have the same chop so I also installed the latest Adobe Flash Player 10.1 and
still no luck. It must be something to do with Flash Player on Windows 7 since it works everywhere else.
Just to be complete...
Windows 7 Professional, 64 bit
Intel Core i5
When playing "live" video streams, there is no problem. Additionally, certain video "clips" on news sites do play fine but the embedded player seems to be an older version (when you right click on the video and see the player info on top). The problem only manifests with more "up to date" source player versions. I haven't yet done an extensive set of "apples to apples" tests using XP and Linux.
I had the same problem, and all i did was right click on the flash player plugin and uncheck the hardware acceleration checkbox and restarted the browser and that seemed to take care of the problem for me. Hope that it helps
Updated audio driver, it fixed.
The reason I have experienced choppiness is that after installing windows 7 on my PC, there was sound drivers installed automatically, which was a generic sound driver and was not working perfectly with sound card. So I downloaded correct driver for my sound card and choppiness has gone.