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Firefox Beats Chrome in playing 8K60 in CPU Usage!!! (21% Vs. 60%)

Summary

The Comparison Used the latest Versions of Firefox and Chrome Using a Ryzen 3800x and 1080TI, playing a 8K60 video from YouTube caused Chrome to use 60% CPU, while Firefox only used 21% CPU.

 

the first image shows Chrome, and the second image shows Firefox.

 

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My thoughts

I think Firefox is underrated in many aspects. it can handle a lot more than Chrome.

 

Sources

Some Dude on Reddit (Very reliable)

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dude no way. now just need to wait for my 8k monitor to experience this greatness?

 

and at that, what distance do I need to be at to discern the difference between 8k and 4k?

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Totally not biased. Also, it says "Auto" on the quality option, so it doesn't necessarily mean the video is actually playing at 8K. Not to mention what settings are used and whatnot (HW acceleration is especially important)

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That test in OP's post is bollocks.

 

I have the same GPU (1080 Ti) and a CPU that is 3½ years older than the one in the original test. They've clearly messed around with browser settings, or they have Windows Update running at the same time.

 

Playing an 8K 50FPS video in Chrome:

 

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