Speedometer

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  1. Primes

    Primes Notebook Deity

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    For those wanting to benchmark your chromebook, you have a new (web)app to try:

    Speedometer
    http://browserbench.org/Speedometer/


    "The Speedometer benchmark is an approximation of many sites due to its inclusion of real web frameworks including React, Angular, Ember, and jQuery."

    "By measuring real-world websites rather than traditional benchmarks, we can better optimize JavaScript patterns that matter most to users and developers."



    Previously Octane was the go-to benchmark for chromebooks, but is now retired. Google claimed too many browsers were being coded to artificially inflate their octane scores.

    https://chromeunboxed.com/chromebooks-find-new-benchmark-to-replace-octane/
     
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    One issue with this benchmark is that is is absurdly long and my Chromebook sleeps after a while haha.
     
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    Mr.Koala Notebook Virtuoso

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    FF 54 Desktop, Haswell i3 3.5G
    Avg 31.5
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    Seems low considering my Celeron Chromebook scored 29.44 and my new Flex 11 got 37.5.
     
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    Mr.Koala Notebook Virtuoso

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    FF is just slow I guess. Chrome does 63 on the same system.
     
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