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Couple of things you can try in the meantime to resolve the issue.
1. Disabling hardware acceleration in Chrome
2. Using a different browser.
3. Copy the Chrome executable and rename is Chrome2.exe and place a shortcut to it on your deskop. Now add Chrome2.exe to Catalyst Control Center and set it to High Performance mode.
I have MSI GX60 Laptop, Windows 10 64bit, LEN40B2 Display (I believe, since in device manager it just says LCD 1920x1080), CPU: AMD A10-4600M, DDRIII 8GB RAM (4GB*2).
Tried disabling hardware acceleration, seems like it helped for now. But I'm not sure, since SOMETIMES it was working without me changing anything and sometimes it was not...
I tried using Edge when this problem accuared and the problem was still there, but acted differently, the page was just crashing.
Haven't tried the 3rd one.