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Test SunSpider Maxthon 4.9.0.2400 Beta, Chrome, Firefox, Edge

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Edge - 96.5 Milisegundos

Firefox - 184.5 Milisegundos

Chrome - 198.7 Milisegundos

Maxthon 4.9.0.2400 Beta - 301.1 Mlisegundos

                                   

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1 hour ago, Prakash Kodali said:

understanding that maxthon is very slow to load or what...

Maxthon is losing speed is not the same as before. Prior to the Test I Maxthon and was between 140 and 150 milliseconds. Now I pass the test and what you see in the picture :(

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51 minutes ago, luis_v said:

Maxthon is losing speed is not the same as before. Prior to the Test I Maxthon and was between 140 and 150 milliseconds. Now I pass the test and what you see in the picture :(

Speed was a very good advantage of Maxthon. Now, besides slow, have Google CSE and some chinese advertisements.

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La velocidad era una gran ventaja de Maxthon. Ahora, aparte de lento, está la inclusión de Google CSE y publicidad china.

Cada día me gusta menos Maxthon.

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3 hours ago, AT said:

Speed was a very good advantage of Maxthon. Now, besides slow, have Google CSE and some chinese advertisements.

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La velocidad era una gran ventaja de Maxthon. Ahora, aparte de lento, está la inclusión de Google CSE y publicidad china.

Cada día me gusta menos Maxthon.

I had a similar speed finding when running the Peacekeeper benchmark suite on 4.9.0.2400.  It runs a bout 75% of the speeds I found among the better versions of 4.4.x series.  3100+ for 4.9.x vs. 4100+ for 4.4.x.

Extremely disappointing!

I still hold out hope for better if they eventually turn on gpu  hardware acceleration.

                  <<SL>>

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7 minutes ago, SnowLeopard said:

I had a similar speed finding when running the Peacekeeper benchmark suite on 4.9.0.2400.  It runs a bout 75% of the speeds I found among the better versions of 4.4.x series.  3100+ for 4.9.x vs. 4100+ for 4.4.x.

Extremely disappointing!

I still hold out hope for better if they eventually turn on gpu  hardware acceleration.

                  <<SL>>

I guess we must wait for next version.

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Over benchmarks with some other browser :

Maxthon 4.4.8.1000 :
- HTML5Test : 467
- Kraken : 1167.4
- Octane : 27914
 
Nitro 1.1.1.950 :
- HTML5Test : 500
- Kraken : 1097.6
- Octane : 31979
 
Maxthon 4.9.0.2400 :
- HTML5Test : 500
- Kraken : 1094.0
- Octane : 33649
 

UC Browser 5.5.8807.1010 :

- Html5Test : 526

- Kraken : 936.8
- Octane : 35676

 

Firefox 43.0.1 :

- HTML5Test : 468
- Kraken : 1010.9
- Octane : 30333

 

Google Chrome 47.0.2526.106 :
- HTML5Test : 521
- Kraken : 957.9
- Octane : 35013

 

Opera 34.0.2036.42 :
- HTML5Test :520
- Kraken : 975.9
- Octane : 34053
 
Vivaldi 1.0.344.37 Bêta 2 :
- HTML5Test : 521
- Kraken : 965.0
- Octane : 33313

 

Edge 13.10586 :

- HTML5Test : 453
- Kraken : 1002.8
- Octane : 38558

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10 hours ago, Ldfa said:

Over benchmarks with some other browser :

Maxthon 4.4.8.1000 :
- HTML5Test : 467
- Kraken : 1167.4
- Octane : 27914
 
Nitro 1.1.1.950 :
- HTML5Test : 500
- Kraken : 1097.6
- Octane : 31979
 
Maxthon 4.9.0.2400 :
- HTML5Test : 500
- Kraken : 1094.0
- Octane : 33649
 

 

I did some tests with the same benchmark engines with and without ABP enabled.  Here are my results:

                                     (ABP on)                    (ABP off)
Mx 4.4.8.1000
html5test                      467                             467                               higher=better
Kraken                         1564.8ms +/- 1.3%     1580.4ms +/- 2.6%       lower=better
Octane                         error due to ABP        18382                           higher=better

Mx 4.9.0.2400
html5test                      500                             500
Kraken                         1618.8ms +/- 2.5%    1653.2ms +/- 2.3%
Octane                         22183                        22589

Nitro 1.1.1.950
html5test                      500                            500
Kraken                        1572.6ms +/- 0.9%    1516.2ms +/- 0.7%
Octane                        22531                        22889

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4.2.0.2400
html5test                                                       467
Kraken                                                          1613.7ms +/- 1.2%
Octane                                                                18075 

I guess you just have a better machine than I do.  Oh well it's not by my choice now.

But I don't have a history of tests with these engines except html5test to compare my machine to earlier versions' performance in the same tests. 

I wonder how 4.2.0.2400 will do?  It was the last version of MCB that had close to full gpu acceleration support.  I might give it a run.

As you see I inserted the results for 4.2.0.2400 above and it was about equal with 4.4.8.1000  and Nitro 1.1.1.950 and definitely better that 4.9.0.2400 on Kraken and equal to 4.4.8.1000 on html5test but worse that 4.9.0.2400 and Nitro on Octane.

I do recall that Mx4 used to be up to 517 on html5test but has regressed in the later 4.4.x versions and is still stuck in that regression with 4.9.  This has also been the story on the Peacekeeper benchmark suite it improved into the 4100-4200 score range and has now regressed to the 3000's in both 4.4.8.1000 and 4.9.0.2400.

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4 hours ago, SnowLeopard said:

I did some tests with the same benchmark engines with and without ABP enabled.  Here are my results:

                                     (ABP on)                    (ABP off)
Mx 4.4.8.1000
html5test                      467                             467                               higher=better
Kraken                         1564.8ms +/- 1.3%     1580.4ms +/- 2.6%       lower=better
Octane                         error due to ABP        18382                           higher=better

Mx 4.9.0.2400
html5test                      500                             500
Kraken                         1618.8ms +/- 2.5%    1653.2ms +/- 2.3%
Octane                         22183                        22589

Nitro 1.1.1.950
html5test                      500                            500
Kraken                        1572.6ms +/- 0.9%    1516.2ms +/- 0.7%
Octane                        22531                        22889

EDIT - Added

4.2.0.2400
html5test                                                       467
Kraken                                                          1613.7ms +/- 1.2%
Octane                                                                18075 

I guess you just have a better machine than I do.  Oh well it's not by my choice now.

But I don't have a history of tests with these engines except html5test to compare my machine to earlier versions' performance in the same tests. 

I wonder how 4.2.0.2400 will do?  It was the last version of MCB that had close to full gpu acceleration support.  I might give it a run.

As you see I inserted the results for 4.2.0.2400 above and it was about equal with 4.4.8.1000  and Nitro 1.1.1.950 and definitely better that 4.9.0.2400 on Kraken and equal to 4.4.8.1000 on html5test but worse that 4.9.0.2400 and Nitro on Octane.

I do recall that Mx4 used to be up to 517 on html5test but has regressed in the later 4.4.x versions and is still stuck in that regression with 4.9.  This has also been the story on the Peacekeeper benchmark suite it improved into the 4100-4200 score range and has now regressed to the 3000's in both 4.4.8.1000 and 4.9.0.2400.

                    <<SL>>

Maxthon is decreasing. I hope that the final version is totally different from what I'm seeing in Beta.

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2 hours ago, luis_v said:

Maxthon is decreasing. I hope that the final version is totally different from what I'm seeing in Beta.

QuickAccess is draggy, and the Favorites Manager is nearly unusable with more than a hundred or so Favorites, so I'm keeping my fingers crossed, too.

Glad to have the new core in place, but the performance difference is disheartening.  :(

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I have 272 favorites in 20 or so folders, there is no issue whatsoever in favorites manager. Nor do I have issues rearranging favorites directly in the side bar(one of your other posts). Everything regarding favorites is quick and snappy.

I do have a little latency when opening QA the first time on booting M4(about 2 seconds for all tiles to show), but after that it's fine(opening instantly).

I do have problems on some websites with slow loading and scrolling, esp if I have many tabs open.

 

 

Edit: Regarding favorites, I suspect you might have imported physically(copying an old favorites folder) your favorites from a previous version? If so, I would suggest trusting favorites sync and let it do the updating.

 

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