This man had such a problem.
The Rx 570 causes braking in chrome during hardware acceleration. I need help with this, what do I do? Throw out and buy NVIDIA? Or download vivaldi? Lol
I overhauled the drivers, it didn't help.
This is how I fixed it on my end. Open Chrome Go to "Chrome://Flags" once you're there search for "Choose ANGLE graphics backend" change "Default" to "D3D9". I've been digging through various posts looking for fixes because Chrome would cause driver crashes aka "black screens". I noticed another issue is videos in Chrome have a gray tint to them as well. I do not get either of these issues in Firefox, only Chromium based browsers like Edge and Chrome.
Try this and see if it works.
I recently upgraded to Windows 10 2004. When resizing the Chrome window my cursor lagged and froze constantly. I narrowed the issue down to the Radeon video driver 20.4.2. I needed to turn off hardware acceleration within the Chrome settings in order to fix this. Edge now uses the chromium back end ... same issue.
In the Radeon Settings panel click on the cog in the upper right.
Then Click on Display at the top right under "Gaming" and "Streaming".
Then in that main panel on the right towards the bottom click on "Overrides".
Accept the notice. You will see "HDCP Support".
Just wanted to leave a comment on here. I started having some pretty bad issues with cursor lag over images while using Hardware Acceleration on any Chromium browser. I use a Radeon VII on 21.5.2 drivers and I had attempted downgrading with a Factory Reset, also turned off the overlays, etc. Changing this to DirectX9 appears to have completely resolved all of my lag issues!
Thanks for your time posting this!