It's kind of one of those weird things where it depends on the title the character is running in. Odin wins by and large by virtue of consistent showings and good ones at that.
That said when operating as a lord of order the powers of Dr. Fate are more plot device rather than power set. For instance the lords of order in Day of Vengeance I'd give the nod over Odin. Spectre was an absolute monster in that run and Marvel, Shazam, Nabu and Fate all impressed me. However call Dr. Fate from a collab/team comic and he gets wrecked 8-9/10
This makes no sense. The majority of Classic Fate's showings were above the level of even Nabu in DoV. Combine that with the OP stating this is Kent + Inza ( an amped version of Classic Fate only seen in one issue) and the version of Fate being discussed is way above Lord's of Order/Chaos from DoV.
That's it, that is the entirety of the showings of the merged Kent and Inza version of Dr Fate. While impressive I don't see how so few showings can be stacked against Odin's greater number of Feats.
Now while this is the only universal reality warping feat Fate ever achieved it's hard to measure his power levels from the issue against Odin on anything other than the reality. The reason is simply this was the only appearances of Ynar and Vandeamon so the universal level of reality warping is the only thing we have to measure their power by.
As for the "powerset" of Classic fate
powers of the body of Kent Nelson without any magical talismans
These power all stem from alterations Nabu to to Kent on a molecular level
Super strength ( class 100++ easily carries air liners with no strain) http://s1232.photobucket.com/user/b...sort=3&o=14
Members are not going to approach this topic, because few are aware of just how powerful Classic Fate was, much less gauge Kent + Inza Fate.
I had always thought Classic Fate was a rival to Wildstorm Doctor(s) or Classic Strange. I think Silver Age Fate is superior. At the top of the Transcendent Class, if not outright Skyfater under the right circumstances.