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Octane Javascript benchmark

Postposted on Fri Aug 24, 2012 10:22 am

Have you tried Google's Octane Javascript benchmark suite yet?
http://octane-benchmark.googlecode.com/ ... index.html

Please post your results here.
The reason I am posting this in the mobile tech section, is that the results from mobile devices are probably the most interesting to see.

Here are results from two devices:

1. HP Touchpad: Score 858
Firmware: CM9 alpha (ICS based)
Browser : Chrome on Android

2. X120e (AMD E350 netbook): 3421
Windows 7 HP
Chrome
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Re: Octane Javascript benchmark

Postposted on Fri Aug 24, 2012 2:44 pm

Well 63 views and no response? I hope at least someone here has the time to run the benchmark on their phone/tablet/netbook etc :)
Please feel free to post your results. Will be interesting to compare performance.
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Re: Octane Javascript benchmark

Postposted on Fri Aug 24, 2012 3:40 pm

Go on then, I'll play...
5757 on an XPS 14 using Opera 12.01 Win7 Pro. Pretty much the same in Win 8

Tried with IE 9 but didn't work at all and can't be bothered with it to work out why!

Edit: Out of interest I just installed Chrome and I get 13226. Draw your own conclusions from that...

Edit 2: Tested on IE 11 on Win8 Enterprise. It works! I get 2575 on the same machine.
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Re: Octane Javascript benchmark

Postposted on Fri Aug 24, 2012 4:21 pm

Thanks! :)

I also found this thread where lots of people have posted Octane benchmarks from various devices, such as Galaxy SIII, Nexus 7 etc: http://mobilesyrup.com/2012/08/21/googl ... d-tablets/

There seems to be a lot of variability in the results reported by various people for the same device.
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Re: Octane Javascript benchmark

Postposted on Fri Aug 24, 2012 5:31 pm

18567

Chrome 21 on my desktop (2500K @ 4.3ghz)

edit: it seems to run in 1 thread, I don't know if that's a property of the benchmark or the browser/javascript engine
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Re: Octane Javascript benchmark

Postposted on Fri Aug 24, 2012 5:39 pm

599

Huawei Ascend G300 (single core 1ghz Arm7 I think?)
pre-release ICS
Chrome

edit: stock browser doesn't support typed arrays, not bothering
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Re: Octane Javascript benchmark

Postposted on Fri Aug 24, 2012 6:44 pm

Firestarter wrote:18567

Chrome 21 on my desktop (2500K @ 4.3ghz)

edit: it seems to run in 1 thread, I don't know if that's a property of the benchmark or the browser/javascript engine


Thanks! Yes AFAIK the benchmark itself runs in 1 thread. There may be slight advantage to having a dual-core system as some activites (such as JIT compilation of javascript, or system activities) may be done in another thread, but the benchmark code is single-threaded. But then again, most Javascript benchmarks such as Sunspider, Mozilla Kraken are single threaded as Javascript does not have good APIs to do multi-threaded computation. There are WebWorkers, but those have limited applicability IMO and not used in this benchmark.
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Re: Octane Javascript benchmark

Postposted on Mon Feb 01, 2016 9:48 pm

I am using the Octane 2.0 version of that benchmark.

Just installed a copy of CloudReady (a turn-key Chromebook clone) from Nevermore.com on one of my experimental rigs an Dell Optiplex 760 desktop (Intel Duo 2 MHz) tricked out with 4 GB of memory and the cheapest GPU card I could find that would run Seti calculations on the GPU. Just got a score of: 16069.

An ASUS C300 Chromebook I have usually gets about: 8502 or so.

An Aspire One 722-0473 I have (its a sub-notebook) gets about: 4770 under Windows 7 and a current release of Chrome. It ran a lower number when I was running Xlxe (a version of Light Ubuntu, Linux). I have forgotten how well it did while running CloudReady.

I have an elderly HP Workstation running a moderately fast Xeon cpu that eats all their lunches with something like 24,000... while crunching Seti in the background and on the GPU...

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Re: Octane Javascript benchmark

Postposted on Mon Feb 01, 2016 11:16 pm

Octane Score: 17784

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Re: Octane Javascript benchmark

Postposted on Mon Feb 01, 2016 11:43 pm

codedivine wrote:Have you tried Google's Octane Javascript benchmark suite yet?
http://octane-benchmark.googlecode.com/ ... index.html

Please post your results here.
The reason I am posting this in the mobile tech section, is that the results from mobile devices are probably the most interesting to see.


i5-3570 Windows 8.1
Chrome: 29232
IE11: seems to be hung on the Gameboy Emulator test
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Re: Octane Javascript benchmark

Postposted on Mon Feb 01, 2016 11:50 pm

46,390 on my desktop with Microsoft Edge 25.10586.0.0, Windows 10
39,186 on my desktop with Firefox 44.0, Windows 10
24,348 on my Zenbook UX32VD with Edge, Windows 10
20,666 on my Zenbook UX32VD with Firefox 44.0, Windows 10
5,686 on my phone (Moto-X 2nd gen XT1097) with Chrome, Android 5.1
4,758 on my Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro SM-T520 with Chrome, Android 4.4.2
3,389 on my Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro SM-T520 with Firefox, Android 4.4.2
2,137 on my old Nexus 7 with Chrome, Android 5.1.1
This result seems unusual to me because other benchmarks (e.g.: AnTuTu) have shown the Nexus 7 tablet to be much slower than the Samsung tablet. It is so slow as to be unusable on some web pages.
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Re: Octane Javascript benchmark

Postposted on Tue Feb 02, 2016 12:28 am

JustAnEngineer wrote:2,137 on my old Nexus 7 with Chrome, Android 5.1.1
This result seems unusual to me because other benchmarks (e.g.: AnTuTu) have shown the Nexus 7 tablet to be much slower than the Samsung tablet. It is so slow as to be unusable on some web pages.


Octane's a Google benchmark so you would expect it to run well on Chrome. Also, other things may be happening such as page cache writes to eMMC that could be crippling your Nexus 7. Incidentally, Nexus 7 is the only device of mine I've smashed with extreme violence because it was such an unspeakable piece of crap after Lollipop update.
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Re: Octane Javascript benchmark

Postposted on Tue Feb 02, 2016 12:31 am

53,986 on MS Edge from desktop, win10
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Re: Octane Javascript benchmark

Postposted on Tue Feb 02, 2016 2:05 am

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Blink: 537.36 (@0)
JavaScript: V8 4.8.271.17
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Re: Octane Javascript benchmark

Postposted on Tue Feb 02, 2016 2:55 am

I'll add 4, since there is a comprehensive list going.

Ipad Gen2, iOS 9.2.1 (latest) : Chrome = would not run; Safari = would not run

LG G3, And-5.0.1 : Chrome = 4821

FX 8320 (4.2 GHz, 32GB-2133, not idle but not loaded, 10ish Chrome tabs) : Chrome = 24010

VM - Guest: Win10 Pro x64, 1vcpu, 2GB, on Intel 730 SSD local Datastore; Host: Phenom II X2 3.5 GHz, 12GB-1333, ESXi 6.0u1b : Edge = 13387 (impressive considering the specs)
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Re: Octane Javascript benchmark

Postposted on Tue Feb 02, 2016 3:05 am

Asus Transformer T100 (Atom Z3740), Win 10
Edge 7231
Chrome 6647

Edit: Base 1.33GHz, Turbo 1.86. I think it could be running in turbo as the test is single-threaded and it's a pleasantly cool day.
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