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Subject: Re: How make Fritz execute brute force search?

Author: Tom Kerrigan

Date: 14:26:01 07/26/00

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On July 26, 2000 at 16:59:35, leonid wrote:

>On July 26, 2000 at 13:40:32, Tom Kerrigan wrote:
>>On July 26, 2000 at 09:18:41, leonid wrote:
>>>How ask Fritz execute brute force search? I have Fritz 6 but if it is possible
>>>for some other version (even better DOS version), please say me.
>>>Recently I went to see Fritz nodes per second performance. Very impressive! Only
>>>maybe I am missing exact numbers. NPS tend to grow when search is done by brute
>>>force. This is why I try to find where Fritz numbers stays in real. But Fritz,
>>>in dispite of its performance, is not exactly open minded piece of software.
>>>Even its NPS I was able to see only through my Hiarcs 7.32 program.
>>>Thanks in advance,
>>My search is selective only because of null-move. I believe this is also the
>>case with Fritz.
>>With null move on, my program searches 634k NPS. (BK, short searches)
>On what hardware do you have 634k? I was very impressed with Fritz numbers only
>because they were between 220 and 320k on AMD 400Mhz. Your numbers are almost
>twice as fast.

Pentium III/800. On a K-6/400 I figure I'd get 350k NPS or so. And that's for BK
positions; if I did a 5 second run of WAC, I'd get 780k NPS or so.


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