Linked by Kroc Camen on Tue 22nd Dec 2009 19:50 UTC
Opera Software This is old news, but only just crossed my radar! Opera have made available a pre-alpha version of Opera 10.5. There's a massive amount of change under the hood, and I caught wind via taranfx.com.
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RE: Benchmarks
by wumip on Sat 26th Dec 2009 14:34 UTC in reply to "Benchmarks"
wumip
Member since:
2009-08-20

Opera for Mac isn't as optimized yet. But those results you've got there sure don't agree with all the other tests showing Safari lagging behind both Chrome and Opera.

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RE[2]: Benchmarks
by n.l.o on Sun 27th Dec 2009 16:18 in reply to "RE: Benchmarks"
n.l.o Member since:
2009-09-14

Opera for Mac isn't as optimized yet. But those results you've got there sure don't agree with all the other tests showing Safari lagging behind both Chrome and Opera.


I just ran Peacekeeper in the Windows version of Opera 10.5 using Crossover 8 on the same machine.

Safari 4.0.4 (Build r52531) - 4331
Chrome 4.0.282.0 (Build 35277) - 3390
Opera 10.50 Win32 (Pre Alpha) - 2580
Opera 10.50 OSX (Pre Alpha) - 2350
Minefield 3.7a1pre (Gecko/20091225)- 2274
Firefox 3.5.6 - 1499

Slight improvement over the OSX native version but still way short of Chromium and even more so of Safari.

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RE[3]: Benchmarks
by invent00r on Sun 27th Dec 2009 17:31 in reply to "RE[2]: Benchmarks"
invent00r Member since:
2009-04-27

Right, so now you're comparing Opera results with different browsers on a different OS. How useful.

Also I'm pretty sure you weren't very scientific and redid those tests at least 5 times.. One time might be enough for you, but don't share inaccurate results.

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