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#161 - lol google spying on us always. and still doesn't change the f…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/25/2016 on Your RAM was delicious 0
#162 - shironomia (08/25/2016) [-]
Well but we don't have to go with the spying like faggots.

Also, still no. Once again, splitting up the processes will not result in less CPU usage. The CPU usage may vary from PC to PC, but that's definitely not a reason why it should use less.
For me, Chrome uses more than Firefox, and you can't convince me otherwise unless you give me actual facts and tests and not flawed theories.
#154 - less over all cpu usage since every last thing you do isnt aff…  [+] (3 new replies) 08/25/2016 on Your RAM was delicious 0
#160 - shironomia (08/25/2016) [-]
Just because Firefox has everything in one process doesn't mean it has to use resources for every tab

When you have 100 Tabs open in chrome, and 2 use, let's say, 10%, then you got 20% cpu usage
If you have 100 Tabs in firefox open, and 2 use 10%, let's guess.. Yeah right, still 20%, just used from one process instead of from multiple processes

Chrome uses multiple processes to give the single tabs more performance, thus it's better in performance on computers that have the processing power and RAM. On low specs computers Firefox runs better as it uses less on both and still runs smooth af

Also Firefox doesn't send unnecessary data to google

But that last thing was more my opinion
#161 - marcx (08/25/2016) [-]
lol google spying on us always. and still doesn't change the fact habitually firefox tends to sucks up cpu under heavy browsing while chrome sucks up memory like a cheap whole at a hotdog eating contest.

#162 - shironomia (08/25/2016) [-]
Well but we don't have to go with the spying like faggots.

Also, still no. Once again, splitting up the processes will not result in less CPU usage. The CPU usage may vary from PC to PC, but that's definitely not a reason why it should use less.
For me, Chrome uses more than Firefox, and you can't convince me otherwise unless you give me actual facts and tests and not flawed theories.
#150 - chrome uses more than one process are u adding them up all …  [+] (5 new replies) 08/25/2016 on Your RAM was delicious 0
#153 - shironomia (08/25/2016) [-]
But.. splitting it up into multiple processes will make each process use less, but of course I am adding them up as I want the actual usage of chrome, not only the usage of one tab or some stuff..
If you have 100g of sausage and cut it up into 5 parts, you still have 100g of sausage.
Like, c'mon fam, no offense but that's common logic right there.
You can't go cutting up the sausage into 5 parts and then say "Ha now the entire sausage only weighs 20g"

The multiple processes thingie of chrome does have some perks, but less cpu usage is definitely NOT one of them.
#154 - marcx (08/25/2016) [-]
less over all cpu usage since every last thing you do isnt affecting one process. With firefox everything from plugins runs from one process making the cpu usage higher over all.

With chrome its spread out so tabs only use cpu when need be so 100 tabs might be open but very few have cpu usage. So even adding up all the cpu usage from chrome compared to firefox usually chrome lower as not every last thing and change goes through one process


For memory purposes though multiple prcoesses usually will drain more as have more dedicated/shared/working/private memory per process while one process consolidates this down
#160 - shironomia (08/25/2016) [-]
Just because Firefox has everything in one process doesn't mean it has to use resources for every tab

When you have 100 Tabs open in chrome, and 2 use, let's say, 10%, then you got 20% cpu usage
If you have 100 Tabs in firefox open, and 2 use 10%, let's guess.. Yeah right, still 20%, just used from one process instead of from multiple processes

Chrome uses multiple processes to give the single tabs more performance, thus it's better in performance on computers that have the processing power and RAM. On low specs computers Firefox runs better as it uses less on both and still runs smooth af

Also Firefox doesn't send unnecessary data to google

But that last thing was more my opinion
#161 - marcx (08/25/2016) [-]
lol google spying on us always. and still doesn't change the fact habitually firefox tends to sucks up cpu under heavy browsing while chrome sucks up memory like a cheap whole at a hotdog eating contest.

#162 - shironomia (08/25/2016) [-]
Well but we don't have to go with the spying like faggots.

Also, still no. Once again, splitting up the processes will not result in less CPU usage. The CPU usage may vary from PC to PC, but that's definitely not a reason why it should use less.
For me, Chrome uses more than Firefox, and you can't convince me otherwise unless you give me actual facts and tests and not flawed theories.
#137 - firefox is cpu hog not memory  [+] (7 new replies) 08/25/2016 on Your RAM was delicious 0
#143 - shironomia (08/25/2016) [-]
I dunno fam, I just tested it (not very deep but a bit)
While having the exact same tabs open, I reloaded a page to give them some work.
Firefox/Cyberfox went up to 20.1% CPU usage while reloading a FJ page
Chrome went to 22.6%
#150 - marcx (08/25/2016) [-]
chrome uses more than one process are u adding them up all

100 tabs firefox vs 100 tabs chrone

firefox about 1gb ram chrome closer to 2 gb in total

cpu usage will always spike more with firefox cuz 1 process for all tabs/extensions/plugins vs chrome multiple processes for that stuff
#153 - shironomia (08/25/2016) [-]
But.. splitting it up into multiple processes will make each process use less, but of course I am adding them up as I want the actual usage of chrome, not only the usage of one tab or some stuff..
If you have 100g of sausage and cut it up into 5 parts, you still have 100g of sausage.
Like, c'mon fam, no offense but that's common logic right there.
You can't go cutting up the sausage into 5 parts and then say "Ha now the entire sausage only weighs 20g"

The multiple processes thingie of chrome does have some perks, but less cpu usage is definitely NOT one of them.
#154 - marcx (08/25/2016) [-]
less over all cpu usage since every last thing you do isnt affecting one process. With firefox everything from plugins runs from one process making the cpu usage higher over all.

With chrome its spread out so tabs only use cpu when need be so 100 tabs might be open but very few have cpu usage. So even adding up all the cpu usage from chrome compared to firefox usually chrome lower as not every last thing and change goes through one process


For memory purposes though multiple prcoesses usually will drain more as have more dedicated/shared/working/private memory per process while one process consolidates this down
#160 - shironomia (08/25/2016) [-]
Just because Firefox has everything in one process doesn't mean it has to use resources for every tab

When you have 100 Tabs open in chrome, and 2 use, let's say, 10%, then you got 20% cpu usage
If you have 100 Tabs in firefox open, and 2 use 10%, let's guess.. Yeah right, still 20%, just used from one process instead of from multiple processes

Chrome uses multiple processes to give the single tabs more performance, thus it's better in performance on computers that have the processing power and RAM. On low specs computers Firefox runs better as it uses less on both and still runs smooth af

Also Firefox doesn't send unnecessary data to google

But that last thing was more my opinion
#161 - marcx (08/25/2016) [-]
lol google spying on us always. and still doesn't change the fact habitually firefox tends to sucks up cpu under heavy browsing while chrome sucks up memory like a cheap whole at a hotdog eating contest.

#162 - shironomia (08/25/2016) [-]
Well but we don't have to go with the spying like faggots.

Also, still no. Once again, splitting up the processes will not result in less CPU usage. The CPU usage may vary from PC to PC, but that's definitely not a reason why it should use less.
For me, Chrome uses more than Firefox, and you can't convince me otherwise unless you give me actual facts and tests and not flawed theories.
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