True it's mainly software dependent, but it's very consistent on one browser doing consecutive runs, tried several times and the score barely moved by a point.This has more to do with OS/browser then cpu speed unless we all run the same browser.
Also all the flashes, there should be a seizure warning.
Sorry, what?! How, no no, why would you even?...Nearly 1800 tabs in browser.
How is your score so low?This is like golf right? So lower is better?
Intel(R) Core(TM) i5 CPU M 520 @ 2.40GHz
VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation Core Processor Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 02)
Will try home machine another time when I'm home.
I wonder if Linux is the issue, it does not really tend to use hardware acceleration for anything at all. Not sure if this test even relies on that though. It's all GUI stuff so I think that just uses GDI resources.Mine is also a very old notebook.
How can a C2D be faster than a Nehalem 2C4T with higher clocks? You're cheating.
Part is probably also Waterfox. I have 3900x at stock and got 113 (firefox) and with ublock turned off I got 126. So it does have a clear impact but not as big as in your case which again leads me to think that waterfox is mostly the culprit for your 77 score.It's interesting how much ublock origin slows down this bench.
In Waterfox Classic with extensions, I get ~77
With a fresh download of Firefox Portable (76), I get ~133
(3900x @ 4.4 GHz static)