RIABench is one of the benchmarks from Tom's Hardware Guide's Web Browser Grand Prix: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/chrome-27-firefox-21-opera-next,3534-6.html http://www.timo-ernst.net/misc/riabench-start/ The test cases: * Primetest * Prime factorization * 3D-Test * JPEG encoding test * MD5 hashing test * Random key generator test * Run-length encoding test (bug 851064) * 2D-Test (bug 851062) * Memory management test * Focus-tests
On my MacBook Pro, Nightly 28 handily beats Chrome 30 on many RIABench tests. \o/ Firefox and Chrome are tied on the Primetest and Prime Factorization tests.
Priority: -- → P4
(In reply to Chris Peterson (:cpeterson) from comment #1) > On my MacBook Pro, Nightly 28 handily beats Chrome 30 on many RIABench > tests. \o/ When looking to the scores on WBGP with FF19 we were also beating chrome on most tests. The reason we didn't come out as first was the "Run-length encoding test" that was way slower. That's the reason I looked into this and this has been addressed in FF24. So RIABench shouldn't need much attention, right?
Hannes: I agree that RIABench does not need much attention. I filed this bug mostly for completeness with all the benchmarks used by WBGP. <:) Bug 851062 says we are much slower than Chrome on the Windows drawing tests.
Marking all tracking bugs which haven't been updated since 2014 as INCOMPLETE. If this bug is still relevant, please reopen it and move it into a bugzilla component related to the work being tracked. The Core: Tracking component will no longer be used.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 2 years ago
Resolution: --- → INCOMPLETE
Product: Core → Core Graveyard
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