As of version 34.0.1847.116, Google Chrome defaults to the following ciphersuites:
Overall I think the list is pretty good. I’d rather not use the ciphersuites in red, because of the MD5 message authentication and the DSS site authentication. I also think it is very unlikely these will prevent you from accessing any common sites. The more security conscious users will probably want to disable the orange cipher suites as well, because RC4 and TDES are both weaker than AES. As you make changes, the SSL Labs Client Test is an easy way to see which ciphersuites are enabled. It also gives you the hex code for each ciphersuite, which is used to disable them.
Unfortunately Google Chrome doesn’t have a nice interface for configuring ciphersuites like Firefox and Opera, so you need to use command line switches to selectively disable ciphersuites. I have instructions for using command line switches on Windows and MacOS.
To disable the red ciphersuites, add the following switch:
To disable the red and orange ciphersuites, add the following switch:
If you’re concerned about the NSA, the following disables all ciphersuites without perfect forward secrecy:
I also recommend disabling SSLv3.0 with the following switch: