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- - By hsnksc77 (**) [tr] Date 2011-11-18 21:30
8/k4p1p/4b1p1/P3p3/1KB1P3/5P2/6PP/8 w - - 0 41
Parent - By MoKy (**) [sk] Date 2011-11-19 12:20
IMO in 20 :smile:
Parent - - By kgburcham (***) [us] Date 2011-11-19 15:29
8/k4p1p/4b1p1/P3p3/1KB1P3/5P2/6PP/8 w - -


Deep Rybka 4.1
small hardware

23.01   2:02    +M15   1.Bxe6 fxe6 2.Kb5 g5 3.g4 Kb7 4.a6+ Ka7 5.Ka5 h6 6.Kb5 h5 7.gxh5 g4 8.fxg4 Kb8 9.h6 Kc7 10.h7 Kd8 11.h8Q+ Ke7 12.a7 Kf7 13.a8Q Ke7 14.Qa7+ (92.084.747) 751
24.01   2:14    +M15   1.Bxe6 fxe6 2.Kb5 g5 3.g4 Kb7 4.a6+ Ka7 5.Ka5 h6 6.Kb5 h5 7.gxh5 g4 8.fxg4 Kb8 9.h6 Kc7 10.h7 Kd8 11.h8Q+ Ke7 12.a7 Kf7 13.a8Q Ke7 14.Qa7+ (101.862.186) 754
25.01   2:19    +M15   1.Bxe6 fxe6 2.Kb5 g5 3.g4 Kb7 4.a6+ Ka7 5.Ka5 h6 6.Kb5 h5 7.gxh5 g4 8.fxg4 Kb8 9.h6 Kc7 10.h7 Kd8 11.h8Q+ Ke7 12.a7 Kf7 13.a8Q Ke7 14.Qa7+ (105.017.265) 754
25.01   2:27    +M15   1.Bxe6 fxe6 2.Kb5 g5 3.g4 Kb7 4.a6+ Ka7 5.Ka5 h6 6.Kb5 h5 7.gxh5 g4 8.fxg4 Kb8 9.h6 Kc7 10.h7 Kd8 11.h8Q+ Ke7 12.a7 Kf7 13.a8Q Ke7 14.Qa7+ (111.850.291) 757
Parent - - By Barnard (Bronze) Date 2011-11-20 03:06
it means rybka reaches ply 25 in 2 minutes 19 seconds?
Parent - - By kgburcham (***) [us] Date 2011-11-20 03:10
Yes Barnard. This is with the Shredder GUI.
kgburcham
Parent - By Barnard (Bronze) Date 2011-11-20 03:29
and that is a small computer?
Parent - - By Barnard (Bronze) Date 2011-11-20 05:24
why you deleted your post?
well,i will answer you here,since you deleted your other post,where you answered me...
reaching 25 ply in 2:27 in 4 threads is fast,25 ply in 52 seconds in 12 threads is just impressive!
how much kn/s runs the 12 core machine from the starting position?
Parent - - By kgburcham (***) [us] Date 2011-11-20 05:37
Hello Barnard.
I deleted because my last post had wrong position thus wrong result.
This time with 12 threads it is correct position.
kgburcham

8/k4p1p/4b1p1/P3p3/1KB1P3/5P2/6PP/8 w - -


Deep Rybka 4.1

14.00   0:00   +13.35  1.Bxe6 fxe6 2.Kc5 Kb7 3.Kd6 Ka6 4.Kxe6 Kxa5 5.Kxe5 Ka6 6.Kf6 Ka7 7.e5 Ka6 8.e6 h6 9.Kxg6 Kb7 10.e7 (1.264.169) 2019
15.00   0:00   +13.31  1.Bxe6 fxe6 2.Kc5 Kb7 3.Kd6 Ka6 4.Kxe6 Kxa5 5.Kxe5 Ka6 6.Kf6 Ka7 7.e5 Ka6 8.e6 h6 9.Kxg6 Kb7 10.e7 (1.264.194) 2019
16.00   0:00   +13.35  1.Bxe6 fxe6 2.Kc5 Kb7 3.Kd6 Ka6 4.Kxe6 Kxa5 5.Kxe5 Ka6 6.Kf6 Ka7 7.e5 Ka6 8.e6 h6 9.Kxg6 Kb7 10.e7 (1.274.360) 1984
17.00   0:00   +13.60  1.Bxe6 fxe6 2.Kc5 Kb7 3.Kd6 Ka6 4.Kxe6 Kxa5 5.Kxe5 Ka6 6.Kf6 Ka7 7.e5 Kb7 8.e6 Kc7 9.e7 Kd7 10.Kf7 g5 11.e8Q+ Kc7 12.Kf6 h6 13.Qe6 Kb7 14.Ke7 (1.666.353) 1935
18.00   0:01   +14.29  1.Bxe6 fxe6 2.Kc5 Kb7 3.Kd6 Ka6 4.Kxe6 Kxa5 5.Kxe5 Ka6 6.Kf6 Ka7 7.e5 Kb7 8.e6 Kc7 9.e7 Kd7 10.Kf7 Kc7 11.h4 h6 12.h5 g5 13.e8Q Kd6 14.Kg7 (3.336.807) 2133
19.01   0:02   +14.28  1.Bxe6 fxe6 2.Kc5 Ka6 3.Kd6 Kxa5 4.Kxe5 Kb4 5.Kxe6 Kc3 6.e5 Kd2 7.Kf6 Ke1 8.e6 Kf2 9.f4 Kxg2 10.e7 Kh3 11.Kg5 Kxh2 12.f5 gxf5 13.Kxf5 Kg2 14.Kf6 (5.583.006) 2204
20.01   0:02   +14.28  1.Bxe6 fxe6 2.Kc5 Ka6 3.Kd6 Kxa5 4.Kxe5 Kb4 5.Kxe6 Kc3 6.e5 Kd2 7.Kf6 Ke1 8.e6 Kf2 9.f4 Kxg2 10.e7 Kh3 11.Kg5 Kxh2 12.f5 gxf5 13.Kxf5 Kg2 14.Kf6 (6.104.035) 2181
21.01   0:03   +14.28  1.Bxe6 fxe6 2.Kc5 Ka6 3.Kd6 Kxa5 4.Kxe5 Kb4 5.Kxe6 Kc3 6.e5 Kd2 7.Kf6 Ke1 8.e6 Kf2 9.e7 Kxg2 10.Kg7 Kxf3 11.Kxh7 g5 12.h3 Ke4 13.Kg6 Kf4 14.Kf6 (7.753.567) 2214
22.01   0:05   +14.28  1.Bxe6 fxe6 2.Kc5 Ka6 3.Kd6 Kxa5 4.Kxe5 Kb4 5.Kxe6 Kc5 6.e5 Kd4 7.Kf6 Ke3 8.e6 Kf2 9.g3 Kg2 10.e7 Kxf3 11.e8Q Kg2 12.Qe2+ Kg1 13.Kg5 h5 14.Kxg6 (12.744.168) 2290
23.01   0:17    +M15   1.Bxe6 fxe6 2.Kb5 Kb7 3.a6+ Ka7 4.Ka5 h6 5.Kb5 g5 6.g4 Ka8 7.Kb6 h5 8.gxh5 Kb8 9.a7+ Ka8 10.Ka6 (42.044.188) 2402
24.01   0:20    +M15   1.Bxe6 fxe6 2.Kb5 Kb7 3.a6+ Ka7 4.Ka5 h6 5.Kb5 g5 6.g4 h5 7.gxh5 g4 8.fxg4 Kb8 9.g5 Kc7 10.g6 Kd8 11.a7 Ke7 12.a8Q Kd7 13.g7 Ke7 14.g8Q (50.275.505) 2459
25.01   0:23    +M15   1.Bxe6 fxe6 2.Kb5 Kb7 3.a6+ Ka7 4.Ka5 h6 5.Kb5 g5 6.g4 h5 7.gxh5 g4 8.fxg4 Kb8 9.h6 Kc8 10.h7 Kd8 11.h8Q+ Ke7 12.a7 Kd7 13.a8Q Ke7 14.Kb6 (58.947.669) 2501
26.01   0:27    +M15   1.Bxe6 fxe6 2.Kb5 Kb7 3.a6+ Ka7 4.Ka5 h6 5.Kb5 g5 6.g4 h5 7.gxh5 g4 8.fxg4 Kb8 9.g5 Kc7 10.g6 Kd8 11.a7 Ke7 12.a8Q Kd7 13.g7 Ke7 14.g8Q (69.909.492) 2526
27.01   0:34    +M14   1.Bxe6 fxe6 2.Kb5 Kb7 3.a6+ Ka7 4.Ka5 h6 5.g3 h5 6.h4 Kb8 7.Kb6 Kc8 8.a7 Kd7 9.a8Q Ke7 10.Qg8 g5 11.Qg7+ Ke8 12.Kc6 g4 13.Kd6 gxf3 14.Qg8+ (91.193.720) 2612
28.01   0:41    +M14   1.Bxe6 fxe6 2.Kb5 Kb7 3.a6+ Ka7 4.Ka5 h6 5.g3 h5 6.h4 Kb8 7.Kb6 Kc8 8.a7 Kd7 9.a8Q Ke7 10.Qg8 g5 11.Qg7+ Ke8 12.Kc6 g4 13.Kd6 gxf3 14.Qg8+ (110.787.531) 2672
29.01   0:55    +M14   1.Bxe6 fxe6 2.Kb5 Kb7 3.a6+ Ka7 4.Ka5 h6 5.Kb5 g5 6.g4 h5 7.gxh5 g4 8.fxg4 Kb8 9.g5 Kc7 10.g6 Kd8 11.a7 Ke7 12.a8Q Kd7 13.g7 Ke7 14.g8Q (153.472.649) 2788
30.01   1:15    +M14   1.Bxe6 fxe6 2.Kb5 Kb7 3.a6+ Ka7 4.Ka5 h6 5.g3 h5 6.h4 Kb8 7.Kb6 Kc8 8.a7 Kd7 9.a8Q Ke7 10.Qg8 g5 11.Qg7+ Ke8 12.Kc6 g4 13.Kd6 gxf3 14.Qg8+ (218.163.190) 2875
31.01   1:35    +M14   1.Bxe6 fxe6 2.Kb5 Kb7 3.a6+ Ka7 4.Ka5 h6 5.g3 h5 6.h4 Kb8 7.Kb6 Kc8 8.a7 Kd7 9.a8Q Ke7 10.Qg8 g5 11.Qg7+ Ke8 12.Kc6 g4 13.Kd6 gxf3 14.Qg8+ (279.440.301) 2927
32.01   2:09    +M14   1.Bxe6 fxe6 2.Kb5 Kb7 3.a6+ Ka7 4.Ka5 h6 5.g3 h5 6.h4 Kb8 7.Kb6 Kc8 8.a7 Kd7 9.a8Q Ke7 10.Qg8 g5 11.Qg7+ Ke8 12.Kc6 g4 13.Kd6 gxf3 14.Qg8+ (388.145.227) 2996
32.01   2:14    +M14   1.Bxe6 fxe6 2.Kb5 Kb7 3.a6+ Ka7 4.Ka5 h6 5.g3 h5 6.h4 Kb8 7.Kb6 Kc8 8.a7 Kd7 9.a8Q Ke7 10.Qg8 g5 11.Qg7+ Ke8 12.Kc6 g4 13.Kd6 gxf3 14.Qg8+ (401.404.723) 2974
Parent - - By Barnard (Bronze) Date 2011-11-20 05:41
thanks

the last number  from the latest 32 ply (i mean 2974) is the kn/s from that position?and just another question,how much kn/s calculates the 12 cores form the starting position?
Parent - - By kgburcham (***) [us] Date 2011-11-20 06:01
Yes the 2974 is kns using Rybka 4.1 in Shredder interface.

Look here for some bench kns.
http://sedatchess.110mb.com/index.php?p=1_72

Also Barnard, there are several of these SR-2 at this forum. Paul Watson, Ruben Comes and probably others. Most all of these SR-2 systems are about the same speed. New dual socket systems out soon, a little faster.
kgburcham
Parent - By Barnard (Bronze) Date 2011-11-20 06:08
well,i wont need to download rybka...my computer is listed at the link you posted,is the intel core 2 duo p7200,with 83kn/s... :cry:
Parent - By Barnard (Bronze) Date 2011-11-20 06:24
i look at the bench kns,but i dont understand something:
kN/s  Mate in Sec.     Processor          Speed    Cores L.Pages  EXE    Hardware User
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33504    12 sec    2x Intel Xeon X5667    @4.54GHz   12    ON     x64    Kim Burcham
32262    14 sec    2x Intel Xeon X5680    @4.40GHz   12    ON     x64    Rybka33
21363    21 sec    Intel Core i7 980X     @4.60GHz    6    OFF    x64    Ruben Comes
20794    23 sec    Intel Core i7 980X     @4.39GHz    6    ON     x64    Jannotin
19206    18 sec    Intel Core i7 970      @4.08GHz    6    ON     x64    Chris Gloc
18550    23 sec    2x Intel Xeon X5680     3.46GHz   12    ON     x64    Clemens Keck

here,the second rated is the 'same' computer than the 'sixth' rated,just only 0,9 Gz faster,but is near doubling the kn/s...why is only 0.9 Gz faster,both L.Pages ON and x64 EXE,but is near doubling the kn/s?
Parent - By Barnard (Bronze) Date 2011-11-20 05:59
i havent rybka,but im curious about that position,and the kn/s speed that you showed and what kn/s can reach my old computer,so im gonna download rybka,run that position to have the speed,and delete the engine(since i wouldnt it on my engines,i just want know the speed to make a comparison with your computer),so tomorrow i will give you the results
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