Firefox 83’s nightly build of the Warp benchmark performance test is impressive.

Last week, Mozilla enabled update support for the Warp JIT JavaScript compiler for Firefox 83 Nightly Build, bringing improvements such as faster response times and faster page loading. To help you understand how it actually performs on the Ubuntu Linux platform, we’ve also seen a comparison of Firefox 83’s Nightly Build and Google Chrome’s Competition.

Firefox 83's nightly build of the Warp benchmark performance test is impressive.

According to Mozilla engineers, JavaScript / SpiderMonkey is improved by between 5 and 15%. But with Warp enabled, even instances like Google Docs on Windows platforms take about 20 percent faster to load.

For a clearer iteration of the release, this round also refers to the previously released Firefox 81, Firefox 82 Beta 3, and last week’s newly released Firefox 83 Alpha 1 Nightly Build.

Firefox 83's nightly build of the Warp benchmark performance test is impressive.

The second round of testing forced WebRender on Linux, with Firefox 83 being tested, and Google Chrome 85 (the latest stable version).

All of these tests are running on a platform powered by the AMD Ryzen Thread Tearer 3970X processor, complemented by the AfD GeForce Titan RTX.

The Ubuntu 20.04 LTS release was selected and no other components were modified during the period except to replace the browser used for the test.