What if, SF and Leela were running on same hardware?

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Nay Lin Tun
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What if, SF and Leela were running on same hardware?

Post by Nay Lin Tun » Fri Aug 16, 2019 7:54 am

Now chess.com is doing 150/5 , 12 games match, SF vs Leela on CPU.
( Leela is 320x24, bigger network).
Speed ratio of nps = 1:100,000. :mrgreen: .

Results so far= 2 draws.

crem
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Re: What if, SF and Leela were running on same hardware?

Post by crem » Fri Aug 16, 2019 8:26 am

Nay Lin Tun wrote:
Fri Aug 16, 2019 7:54 am
Now chess.com is doing 150/5 , 12 games match, SF vs Leela on CPU.
( Leela is 320x24, bigger network).
Speed ratio of nps = 1:100,000. :mrgreen: .

Results so far= 2 draws.
nps ratio is ~120 000. Not sure whether comma is a decimal delimiter or thousand delimemter, but neither seem to be correct.

jp
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Re: What if, SF and Leela were running on same hardware?

Post by jp » Fri Aug 16, 2019 9:18 am

SF won the 3rd game with White (but they are now strangely calling that the 1st game). They're running this equal-hardware match "until the GPU is fixed" for CCC10 to resume.

SF's win was in the Berlin Defence, which has favored NN engines in the past. I can't see what book moves were used, but the game followed a Caruana-So game, which So won, until 10... f6.

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Re: What if, SF and Leela were running on same hardware?

Post by corres » Fri Aug 16, 2019 9:27 am

crem wrote:
Fri Aug 16, 2019 8:26 am
Nay Lin Tun wrote:
Fri Aug 16, 2019 7:54 am
Now chess.com is doing 150/5 , 12 games match, SF vs Leela on CPU.
( Leela is 320x24, bigger network).
Speed ratio of nps = 1:100,000. :mrgreen:
Results so far= 2 draws.
nps ratio is ~120 000. Not sure whether comma is a decimal delimiter or thousand delimemter, but neither seem to be correct.
A good book plus some search is against a fast calculator...

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