What speed do you get on this page? (benchmark)
#1
I was wondering what number you get on this? I think it will be most accurate on a browser restart with no other tabs 
https://chromium.github.io/octane/

Do any of you use vs code or code oss? Does it run well?
#2
I get 9173 Points on the Pinebook Pro using Chromium and 21344 Points in Chrome on an AMD FX-8350.
This is also noticable, but still the PBP is a pretty usable Laptop for surfing.
#3
I get 5637 on my pinebook pro, and 34072 on my Ryzen 5 3600 desktop, both running Firefox 72.
#4
I haven't done any benchmarks, but regarding your question about VSCode (Code OSS), I've it running on my PBP and it is stable but it runs slowly, a little too slow for my gusto especially because the delayed typing makes things just a tad more difficult. But it is easy to install and it runs without having to tinker too much, so it may be worth a shot!

Edit: After some benchmarks I get 6921 in "on-demand" mode and 7331 when manually setting the governor to 1.99GHz, so nonetheless, it is still a decent web-machine. (Firefox 70.0.1 default Debian install, using webrender)
Edit 2: With the newest default Debian update, I get 6813 "on-demand" and a brisk 7801 at 1.99GHz (Firefox 71.0.0, default Debian, using webrender)
#5
(01-16-2020, 03:56 PM)LutzFechner Wrote: I get 9173 Points on the Pinebook Pro using Chromium and 21344 Points in Chrome on an AMD FX-8350.
This is also noticable, but still the PBP is a pretty usable Laptop for surfing.

9210 in Chromium 78 and 7145 in FireFox 71
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#6
(01-16-2020, 05:38 PM)C_Elegans Wrote: I get 5637 on my pinebook pro, and 34072 on my Ryzen 5 3600 desktop, both running Firefox 72.

How did you get firefox 72? for me the latest version is 71 in both Manjaro and Debian.
#7
A smokin' 10056 with chromium 79 on manjaro plasma with governor set to performance (9827 with ondemand)- 10307 (performance) on manjaro gnome wayland (8870 with ondemand).
Edit: just re-ran the wayland with ondemand test and got a much more reasonable 9858 - must have been something else going on at the time.
#8
32bit Chromium 78 on Bionic/neon - 9276 (on emmc)
64 bit Firefox on Manjaro - 5697 (pn sdcard)
i5-7200 Chrome 79 on KDE Neon (64bit) - 23375

Interesting, I wonder if, apart from Firefox/chromium difference, if emmc v sd card is having an effect as I would have assumed a 64-bit environment would be faster. I shall experiment when I have time.
#9
10040 with Chromium on pinebookpro with NVME
36002 with Cromium on Desktop (i7-7820x,64G ram, NVME's)
firefox is much slower on the PBP --about 5670, if I recall correctly,

I think the emmc vs sd definitely makes a difference, as does the speed of the particular SD in use.
#10
(01-21-2020, 03:00 PM)belfastraven Wrote: I think the emmc vs sd definitely makes a difference, as does the speed of the particular SD in use.

Chromium on Manjaro got 10050 using arm64 on sd card.


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