On 04/22/2017 07:26 AM, WaltS48 wrote:
> On 4/22/17 8:03 AM, Desiree wrote:
>> On 4/13/2017 6:22 AM, WaltS48 wrote:
>>> I came across this article this morning and decided to try the
>>> Speedometer benchmark mentioned.
>>> My results with my production Firefox 52.0.2, 53.0rc1, and 55.0a1 on
>>> Ubuntu Linux 16.04.2 LTS. AMD Athlon(tm) II x 3 455 3.2 Ghz CPU, 8 GB
>>> RAM, GeForce GT 630 Graphics card.
>>> 52.0.2 with multiprocess (e10s) disabled by extensions (Ubuntu
>>> Modifications extension): 17.2 Runs/Minute +- 0.61
>>> 53.0rc1 with multiprocess (e10s) disabled by Mozilla: 20.9 Runs/Minute
>>> +- 0.45
>>> 55.0a1 with multiprocess (e10s) enabled, 4 content processes: 22.3
>>> Runs/Minute +- 0.29
>>> With test profiles for each.
>>> 52.0.2 with e10s disabled by extensions (Ubuntu Modifications
>>> extension): 23.5 Runs/Minute +- 0.27
>>> 53.0rc1 with e10s disabled by Mozilla: 25.4 Runs/Minute +- 0.32
>>> 55.0a1 with e10s enabled, 4 content processes: 30.1 Runs/Minute +- 0.39
>> What IS that test? I have Windows 8 Pro with a lot of RAM, i7
>> processor, SSD, nVidia 660, etc.
>> What is it supposed to do?
> The Speedometer and MotionMark tests should be run in full screen mode.
>> Speedometer is a browser benchmark that measures the responsiveness of
>> Web applications. It uses demo web applications to simulate user
>> actions such as adding to-do items.
> It flashes "What to do" until all the tests are done simulating the
> responsiveness of Web applications.
> My Window 10 tests with an AMD A8-7410 APU with AMD Radeon R5 graphics
> 2.2 GHz and 6 GB RAM were substantially worse than my Firefox tests on
> I blame the hardware.
expired time = 00:14:28 and counting.
how long does browserbench .org take?
and just wtf test runs is it making?
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