Anyone here knows about any available 64 bit engines?

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Anyone here knows about any available 64 bit engines?

Postby Leo Dijksman » 02 Oct 2004, 19:19

Geschrieben von:/Posted by: Leo Dijksman at 02 October 2004 20:19:46:

I want to test my Opteron with 32 vs 64 bit engines but sofar I only have Crafty 19.13 64 bit so if someone have/knows about any available WB/UCI engine for 64 bit OS please let me know or send it to me.
It should be great to have some with also a 32 bit version of the same.
Thanks in advance,
Leo.
P.S.Its Opteron 244 with "WindowsXP Pro 64bit beta".


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Re: Anyone here knows about any available 64 bit engines?

Postby Grzegorz Sidorowicz » 02 Oct 2004, 21:38

Geschrieben von:/Posted by: Grzegorz Sidorowicz at 02 October 2004 22:38:20:
Als Antwort auf:/In reply to: Anyone here knows about any available 64 bit engines? geschrieben von:/posted by: Leo Dijksman at 02 October 2004 20:19:46:
I want to test my Opteron with 32 vs 64 bit engines but sofar I only have Crafty 19.13 64 bit so if someone have/knows about any available WB/UCI engine for 64 bit OS please let me know or send it to me.
It should be great to have some with also a 32 bit version of the same.
Thanks in advance,
Leo.
P.S.Its Opteron 244 with "WindowsXP Pro 64bit beta".

Butcher is full 64 bit program
Grzegorz Sidorowicz
 

Re: Thanks Grzegorz! (n/t)

Postby Leo Dijksman » 02 Oct 2004, 21:44

Geschrieben von:/Posted by: Leo Dijksman at 02 October 2004 22:44:25:
Als Antwort auf:/In reply to: Re: Anyone here knows about any available 64 bit engines? geschrieben von:/posted by: Grzegorz Sidorowicz at 02 October 2004 22:38:20:




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Re: Anyone here knows about any available 64 bit engines?

Postby Uri Blass » 02 Oct 2004, 21:49

Geschrieben von:/Posted by: Uri Blass at 02 October 2004 22:49:03:
Als Antwort auf:/In reply to: Anyone here knows about any available 64 bit engines? geschrieben von:/posted by: Leo Dijksman at 02 October 2004 20:19:46:
I want to test my Opteron with 32 vs 64 bit engines but sofar I only have Crafty 19.13 64 bit so if someone have/knows about any available WB/UCI engine for 64 bit OS please let me know or send it to me.
It should be great to have some with also a 32 bit version of the same.
Thanks in advance,
Leo.
P.S.Its Opteron 244 with "WindowsXP Pro 64bit beta".
What is the meaning of 32 bit or 64 bit engine?
An engine may use both bitboards and 32 bit integers.
Movei use mainly 32 bit integers but it also use bitboards.
Uri
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Re: Anyone here knows about any available 64 bit engines?

Postby Roger Brown » 02 Oct 2004, 22:51

Geschrieben von:/Posted by: Roger Brown at 02 October 2004 23:51:25:
Als Antwort auf:/In reply to: Re: Anyone here knows about any available 64 bit engines? geschrieben von:/posted by: Uri Blass at 02 October 2004 22:49:03:
What is the meaning of 32 bit or 64 bit engine?
An engine may use both bitboards and 32 bit integers.
Movei use mainly 32 bit integers but it also use bitboards.
Uri

Hello Uri,
I hope this helps...



http://explanation-guide.info/meaning/64-bit.html
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Re: Anyone here knows about any available 64 bit engines?

Postby Bas Hamstra » 03 Oct 2004, 12:13

Geschrieben von:/Posted by: Bas Hamstra at 03. October 2004 13:13:
Als Antwort auf:/In reply to: Anyone here knows about any available 64 bit engines? geschrieben von:/posted by: Leo Dijksman at 02 October 2004 20:19:46:
I want to test my Opteron with 32 vs 64 bit engines but sofar I only have Crafty 19.13 64 bit so if someone have/knows about any available WB/UCI engine for 64 bit OS please let me know or send it to me.
It should be great to have some with also a 32 bit version of the same.
Thanks in advance,
Leo.
P.S.Its Opteron 244 with "WindowsXP Pro 64bit beta".
Note that a true 64 bit program should have been compiled on a 64-bits operating system with a 64-bits compiler...
Bas.
Bas Hamstra
 

Re: Anyone here knows about any available 64 bit engines?

Postby Leo Dijksman » 03 Oct 2004, 17:58

Geschrieben von:/Posted by: Leo Dijksman at 03 October 2004 18:58:12:
Als Antwort auf:/In reply to: Re: Anyone here knows about any available 64 bit engines? geschrieben von:/posted by: Bas Hamstra at 03. October 2004 13:13:
I want to test my Opteron with 32 vs 64 bit engines but sofar I only have Crafty 19.13 64 bit so if someone have/knows about any available WB/UCI engine for 64 bit OS please let me know or send it to me.
It should be great to have some with also a 32 bit version of the same.
Thanks in advance,
Leo.
P.S.Its Opteron 244 with "WindowsXP Pro 64bit beta".
Note that a true 64 bit program should have been compiled on a 64-bits operating system with a 64-bits compiler...
Bas.
Thanks Bas,
I just asked that to Will :)
Do you have a 64 bits program/compiler?
Leo


WBEC Ridderkerk homepage.
Leo Dijksman
 

Re: Anyone here knows about any available 64 bit engines?

Postby Dann Corbit » 04 Oct 2004, 22:26

Geschrieben von:/Posted by: Dann Corbit at 04 October 2004 23:26:52:
Als Antwort auf:/In reply to: Re: Anyone here knows about any available 64 bit engines? geschrieben von:/posted by: Bas Hamstra at 03. October 2004 13:13:
I want to test my Opteron with 32 vs 64 bit engines but sofar I only have Crafty 19.13 64 bit so if someone have/knows about any available WB/UCI engine for 64 bit OS please let me know or send it to me.
It should be great to have some with also a 32 bit version of the same.
Thanks in advance,
Leo.
P.S.Its Opteron 244 with "WindowsXP Pro 64bit beta".
Note that a true 64 bit program should have been compiled on a 64-bits operating system with a 64-bits compiler...
I would amend that statement slightly to:
A true 64 bit program should have been compiled for a 64 bit operating system with a compiler that can create 64 bit binaries. (The host OS for the compiler might be 32 bit and the host compiler might also be 32 bit, but the output could be 64 bits targeting a 64 bit OS. Typically, it is a cross-compiler that does this).
It should be able to address 64 bit addresses and 64 bit integers should have native, atomic operations.



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Re: Anyone here knows about any available 64 bit engines?

Postby Dann Corbit » 05 Oct 2004, 18:11

Geschrieben von:/Posted by: Dann Corbit at 05 October 2004 19:11:40:
Als Antwort auf:/In reply to: Re: Anyone here knows about any available 64 bit engines? geschrieben von:/posted by: Leo Dijksman at 03 October 2004 18:58:12:
I want to test my Opteron with 32 vs 64 bit engines but sofar I only have Crafty 19.13 64 bit so if someone have/knows about any available WB/UCI engine for 64 bit OS please let me know or send it to me.
It should be great to have some with also a 32 bit version of the same.
Thanks in advance,
Leo.
P.S.Its Opteron 244 with "WindowsXP Pro 64bit beta".
Note that a true 64 bit program should have been compiled on a 64-bits operating system with a 64-bits compiler...
Bas.
Thanks Bas,
I just asked that to Will :)
Do you have a 64 bits program/compiler?
You can get lots of 64 bit GCC compilers.
The MS compiler has a 64 bit version.
The Intel compiler has a 64 bit version.



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