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Post  QueensideCastler on Sat Apr 11, 2015 2:49 am

i7-5960X 16Thread Testing Fritz_10

Author wrote:30 minutes can also mean game 9+6, or nine minutes with a six-second increment
i7-5960X 16Thread Testing Blitz_10

General Statistics
Twelve games completed in 5 hours and 36 minutes.
Average duration of 28 minutes per game.
Predicted move ratio ≈65%


1024mb hash
Ponder off
Both engines using 16 threads
Perfect2015s.cgb book
Deep Fritz 14 GUI
5 piece tablebases (syzygy)
Default engine settings otherwice.


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Author wrote:20 minutes can also mean game 6+4, or six minutes with a four-second increment
i7-5960X 16Thread Testing 6410

384mb hash
Ponder off
Both engines using 16 threads
Perfect2015s.cgb book
5 piece tablebases (syzygy)
Default engine settings otherwice.


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Author wrote:10 minutes can also mean game 3+2, or three minutes with a two-second increment
i7-5960X 16Thread Testing Blitz10

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