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MikeB
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Cfish update -> macOS exe's for download

Post by MikeB » Mon Nov 13, 2017 2:38 am

source: https://github.com/syzygy1/Cfish (Ronald De Man)

Download: https://www.dropbox.com/s/pjgf44isttfce ... 7.zip?dl=1
These are the fastest Cfish I ever compiled - top bench on an iMac: 2812085

There are two bmi2 exe's in the download, one was complied with the flags -DUSE_PEXT and -mbmi2 (2804368 bench) , the other one was complied with just the -bmi2 flag and was slightly faster on machine (2812085), ymmv. But even the strictly popcnt version is very close with a bench of 2790583. All complied with clang - gcc is broken for the most part with recent updates to macOS (High Sierra), the good news is that the clang compiler is much improved.

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Re: Cfish update -> macOS exe's for download

Post by maxdeg » Mon Nov 13, 2017 11:07 am

MikeB wrote:source: https://github.com/syzygy1/Cfish (Ronald De Man)

Download: https://www.dropbox.com/s/pjgf44isttfce ... 7.zip?dl=1
These are the fastest Cfish I ever compiled - top bench on an iMac: 2812085

There are two bmi2 exe's in the download, one was complied with the flags -DUSE_PEXT and -mbmi2 (2804368 bench) , the other one was complied with just the -bmi2 flag and was slightly faster on machine (2812085), ymmv. But even the strictly popcnt version is very close with a bench of 2790583. All complied with clang - gcc is broken for the most part with recent updates to macOS (High Sierra), the good news is that the clang compiler is much improved.
Thanks Mike !

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Re: Cfish update -> macOS exe's for download

Post by Dariusz » Mon Nov 13, 2017 6:48 pm

What a news, thx Mike :-))
I will test it!
Regards, Dariusz

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