seo – Does Google and others care about the amount of CPU / GPU that the web browser uses to represent a web page?

Let's say I have a hypothetical web page:

I have an HTML5 positioned absolutely. tag that is set to play automatically. It is sized to occupy the entire browser window and, functionally, be the background image of the page.

At the top of that video I have an online SVG whose secondary elements each have a CSS @keyframes Animation that makes them scale and translate forever in a loop.

In addition to that SVG I have some divs and images and text all with their own transition set of css properties. Javascript then adds and removes the classes in these elements, which causes them to scroll at various intervals using things like margin, leftY filling

Suffice to say that this page uses a large amount of CPU to make all these layers are drawn, painted, drawn and the like. If a user on a typical computer goes to this site, his CPU will heat up and his fans will spin around and all sorts of bad things.

Does Google care about this? Are you considering the computational cost of the site when you make a decision about the rank of the page? Or, assuming that this site of mine has all its other SEO ducks in a row: load resources quickly, not too many requests, good code, keywords, etc. Will it achieve a good range despite killing users' computers?