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Editor's choice: best engine for chess analysis.
Cfish: Updated March, 29 2019
For Windows only this time. My disk is busy with other projects so I had to delete the Linux virtual machine.
- Changelog: Updated to "Remove !extension check".
This time I expect a very fast release. In facts I've never seen an executable benchmark going under 1500 milliseconds, neither asmFish (see the x64 test below). What else can I say... Cfish keeps to improve, my compliments to Ronald de Man.
CFish, a port of Stockfish written in plain C by Ronald de Man, first published on GitHub in July 2016. Possibly inspired by the asmFish project to speed up Stockfish using a programming language closer to the machine, the purpose of CFish is to explore possible optimization issues of C versus C++ compilers.
21/01/19 poll average perc.: 8.9.
Maximize its strength by using my opening book Goi.
Why choosing Cfish for chess analysis:
This edition includes:
- Cfish 2019-03-29 32 GENERAL.exe
- Cfish 2019-03-29 32 OLD.exe
- Cfish 2019-03-29 32 POPC.exe
- Cfish 2019-03-28 32 STANDARD.exe
- Cfish 2019-03-28 64 BMI2.exe
- Cfish 2019-03-28 64 STANDARD.exe
- Cfish 2019-03-28 64 GENERAL.exe
- Cfish 2019-03-28 64 MODERN.exe
- Cfish 2019-03-28 64 POPC.exe
- Cfish 2019-03-28 64 NUMA BMI2.exe
- Cfish 2019-03-28 64 NUMA STANDARD.exe
- Cfish 2019-03-28 64 NUMA GENERAL.exe
- Cfish 2019-03-28 64 NUMA MODERN.exe
- Cfish 2019-03-28 64 NUMA POPC.exe
Cfish 2019-03-29 64 GENERAL single processor benchmark:
Cfish 2019-03-29 32 GENERAL single processor benchmark:
syzygy1's GitHub page.