since i’m testing flash memory opcodes performances, i’d like to know how they are performing on other system.
here is the test
just scroll down the page and click “CLICK TO START BENCHMARK ”
if you willing to help, please run the test, quote my post and fill it with your values
os: [vista, mac os, linux] fp: [flash player version] readVmem: [value from test] writeVmem: [value from test] readVector: [value from test] writeVector: [value from test]thx for your helping.
Hi BitFade… here’s my result
os: [Windows 7] fp: [flash player 10] readVmem:  writeVmem:  readVector:  writeVector: 
so howz my pc???
awesome or super awesome ?
os: win 7 fp: 10.1 readVmem: 509 writeVmem: 496 readVector: 614 writeVector: 567intel Q6600 , 4gb ram
First what’s the point ? Each machine will give you a deferential value. Also it gives me deference value on each test or a other browser
@Shaan_007os: linux fp: 10.1 readVmem: 104 writeVmem: 145 readVector: 389 writeVector: 430
eheh, it’s not about absolute values
the interesting part is Vector / vmem
for me, ratio is 3.2 – 3.7
for wp, instead, it’s just like 1.2
hope is more clear now
os: [xp] fp: [10.1 debug] readVmem:  writeVmem:  readVector:  writeVector: In Chrome on same PC
os: [xp] fp: [10.1 (not debug)] readVmem:  writeVmem:  readVector:  writeVector: 
No matter what I do Xp is the fastest
os: 7 fp: 10.1 readVmem: 184 writeVmem: 165 readVector: 409 writeVector: 410 ////////////////////// os: Xp fp: 10.1 readVmem: 134 writeVmem: 125 readVector: 329 writeVector: 460
6 gb Ram
os: [Mac OS 10.6.4] br: [Chrome 5.0.375.125] fp: [10.1] readVmem:  writeVmem:  readVector:  writeVector: 
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