We launched a preview of the WebXPRT 4 results viewer just before the new year, and have published over 75 results from a wide range of devices. We appreciate the results submissions we’ve received from independent testers so far, and will continue to populate the viewer with WebXPRT 4 Preview results from both our own testing and PT-curated external submissions.
you’ve run the test and have tried to submit results, you may have encountered
one or both of the following bugs, depending on the device type you’re testing:
You filled out the results submission
form, but the Submit button didn’t seem to do anything.
The test automatically downloaded
the results csv file multiple times.
We’ve identified the causes of the two bugs, and have instituted fixes. The bug fixes do not affect the benchmark’s workloads or scores. If you tested the WebXPRT 4 Preview and were frustrated by the results submission bugs, we apologize for the inconvenience, and invite you to retry submitting your results.
If you have any questions or comments about the WebXPRT 4 Preview or the results viewer, please feel free to contact us!
In October, we shared an early preview of the new results viewer tool that we’ve been developing in parallel with WebXPRT 4. The WebXPRT 4 Preview is now available to the public, and we’re excited to announce that the new results viewer is also live. We already have over 65 test results in the viewer, and in the weeks leading up to the WebXPRT 4 general release, we’ll be actively populating the viewer with the latest PT-curated WebXPRT 4 Preview results.
encourage readers to visit the blog for details
about the viewer’s features, and to take some time to explore the data.
We’re excited about this new tool, which we view as an ongoing project with
room for expansion and improvement based on user feedback.
If you have any questions or comments about the WebXPRT 4 Preview or the new results viewer, please feel free to contact us!
sites that publish all results they receive, we hand-select results from
internal lab testing, user submissions, and reliable tech media sources. In
each case, we evaluate whether the score is consistent with general expectations.
For sources outside of our lab, that evaluation includes confirming that there
is enough detailed system information to help us determine whether the score
makes sense. We do this for every score on the WebXPRT results page and the
general XPRT results page.
All WebXPRT results we publish automatically appear in the processor comparison
chart as well.
Submitting your score is quick and easy. At the end of the WebXPRT test run, click the Submit your results button below the overall score, complete the short submission form, and click Submit again. The screenshot below shows how the form would look if I submitted a score at the end of a WebXPRT 3 run on my personal system.
After you submit your score, we’ll contact you to confirm how we should display
the source. You can choose one of the following:
Your first and last name
“Independent tester” (for those
who wish to remain anonymous)
Your company’s name, provided
that you have permission to submit the result in their name. To use a
company name, we ask that you provide a valid company email address.
not publish any additional information about you or your company without your
We look forward to seeing your score submissions, and if you have suggestions for the processor chart or any other aspect of the XPRTs, let us know!