Page 2:Test System Specs And Setup
Page 3:Benchmark Results: Startup Times
Page 4:Benchmark Results: Page Load Times
Page 6:Benchmark Results: DOM And Peacekeeper
Page 7:Benchmark Results: HTML5
Page 8:Benchmark Results: Flash
Page 9:Benchmark Results: Java And Silverlight
Page 10:Benchmark Results: Memory Usage And Management
Page 11:Benchmark Results: Standards Testing
Page 12:Final Results: Placing
Google V8 Benchmark v5
As we might have predicted, Google Chrome scores the most points in the company's V8 benchmark. Opera comes in 450 points behind Chrome's score, while third-place finisher Safari trails the leader by over one thousand points. Firefox earns just shy of 300 points. Again in last place, IE8 receives a score of slightly over sixty.
The placing in JSBenchmark closely resembles that of the Google V8 test. Chrome again places first by a significant margin, but this time Apple's Safari slightly edges out Opera for second place. Firefox fills fourth place with IE8 floundering behind in fifth.
Once again, Opera displays troubling results. It is simply too far ahead of the other contenders for this score to be valid. Chrome therefore becomes the winner here, with second-place Safari pulling in less than half the number of runs per second. Firefox takes fourth with just shy of sixty runs per second, while Internet Explorer scores fifty.
On a side note, Chrome v5.0.375.86 also displayed seriously skewed results in this test--almost a thousand more runs than Opera! However, the slight version change to 5.0.375.99 brought the outcome back in line with reality.
- Test System Specs And Setup
- Benchmark Results: Startup Times
- Benchmark Results: Page Load Times
- Benchmark Results: DOM And Peacekeeper
- Benchmark Results: HTML5
- Benchmark Results: Flash
- Benchmark Results: Java And Silverlight
- Benchmark Results: Memory Usage And Management
- Benchmark Results: Standards Testing
- Final Results: Placing