FYI: I plan on getting the AMD "Bulldozer".
My current computer is a few years old and does have duel core, but not worth investing in a deep version of any chess program. Heck, I'm still using Windows XP sp2 (32 bit).
The description didn't specifically state it was multiprocessor.. is it? It talks about deep analysis, but that doesn't specifically state it uses multiprocessors either. (Could just be a marketing term?)
It will be quite interesting to see how Bulldozer, in particular their desktop processor Zambezi, is going to perform vs Intel's Sandy Bridge.
So, its entirely probably that the Bulldozer will be much better than Sandy Bridge, at least for INT operations. AMD is trying to offload more and more Floating Point operations to their Graphic Cards, which leaves more room on the chip for INT cores. AMD Fusion should be the equivelent of Intel's Sandy Bridge architecture. I'd presume few if any of the Fusion CPU's will have more than 2 cores.
Broadening the search to text in the body of a post is like trying to weed out a needle in a haystack of other needles.
I tried to parse by "Rybka 4 extreme", (forcing only the exact word match), turned up too few results.
Deep Rybka 6 Battle Network Premium Prime Professional World Champion Grandmaster Extreme Edition***
Contains animations of chess pieces killing each other!
Allows you to play against someone else via LAN.
It's very pricey.
Buy it now, since it'll be better than Rybka 7.
There's a standard version that isn't as good.
It won some tourney.
Grandmasters use it.
> Extreme Edition***
That's what I'd gather from such a name, when it'd be just a re-branded Aquarium 6!
Btw gotta talk casually about that package with an abbreviation: DR6BNPPPWCGEE
> The Battle Network part was taken from the Mega Man series as you probably know.
Oh, yeah, it doesn't feel like a Mega Man game at all, so it was very forgettable and I didn't make the connection. It has awesome music (just like ALL Mega Man games), though.
> Btw gotta talk casually about that package with an abbreviation: DR6BNPPPWCGEE
ZO EM GEE!
Hey! There is Nothing more extreme than this program.
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