The final real-world workload scenario is testing Internet performance. These tests run inside the browser and test various modern and forward-looking Internet browser features in performance.
The first one we will do is WebXPRT 3. This one tests some advanced features in your browser such as Photo Enhancement, Organize Album Using AI, Stock Option Pricing, Encrypt Notes, and OCR Scan, Sales Graphs, and Online Homework. We are using the latest version of a clean install of Google Chrome with default settings. You can run this yourself to compare the overall score with ours.
The overall score is 154. Like the system benchmarks, this doesn’t mean anything unless we have other comparisons. This benchmark takes a while to run, but it is worth it if you want to see how your system compares to this number on this CPU we are testing. I will say, from watching the benchmark run all of the tests seemed to run very smooth and fast, I didn’t see any lag or slowdowns.
Basemark Web 3.0
The next Internet test we are running is Basemark Web 3.0. This is a web browser performance benchmark that tests how well the system handles web applications. There are system and graphics tests. We are using a clean install of Google Chrome with default settings. Basemark Web 3.0 can be run on your system to compare your overall score with ours.
Our overall score is 665.75.
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