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Client.exe is not needed to play. It is used if you want to support the project with the computing power of your computer.

AMD FX 8350 is a pretty modern processor, but it is much better to use the GPU for the LC0. I have a NVidia GT 1030 graphics card. It's a cheap card, but it's still 10x faster than a CPU (Intel i5 mobile or AMD Ryzen 3). For example, the difference is that on the CPU the depth of analysis is 3-4 and now 8-10.
Currently a good choice for the LC0 is the RTX card (much better than GTX). Thanks to it you can increase your speed by another 10x-20x.
If you think about OpenCL (AMD card), my observations show that the speed will be 50% of that of CUDA (NVidia). I checked both versions of LC0 on my GPU.

I downloaded:

lc0-v0.21.0-windows-cuda.zip

My path:

C:\Program Files (x86)\ChessBase\Engines\LC0_CUDA

in the directory:

cublas64_100.dll
cudart64_100.dll
cudnn64_7.dll
lc0.exe
weights_run1_42161.pb

I also use fritz and install lc0.exe as a normal chess engine. And that's it.

I don't change the engine parameters. The network file is detected automatically.

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dear jaglo, my card graphic is very weak, Nvida gtx 650...

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It's not bad. Your card has 67% of my card speed.

https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Nvidia-GT-1030-vs-Nvidia-GTX-650/m283726vs3154

That's enough to do some research. It should still be faster than the CPU version.

Install lc0-v0.21.1-windows-cuda.zip

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ok... Jaglo,.. I will try... I hope it works out...hug

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Massimiliano Goi wrote:
Just made this mini-tournament... Lc0 was often in advantage just to drop all of it in the endings, most probably because it was short in time. Neural Network used: 44000.

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Eman 3.81 vs Lc0 21.2, 1 hour thinking game - NOW LIVE

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NOW LIVE: SugaR-NN 260719 vs Lc0 21.3

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Who is this?

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why not introduce a uci leela version

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Hello friends

I would like to understand where is located the experience file generated by the learning process

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The best networks I think are:

32988

42848

J13B.2-136 (see results on CCC)

T60 training is in progress and I haven't checked it thoroughly yet.


They can be downloaded from here:

https://lczero.org/networks/

https://github.com/jhorthos/lczero-training/wiki/Leela-Training

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Depends on hardware on single RTX i find this is very good if not the best
J20-460

this:
J13B.2-136 (see results on CCC)

On CCC it play on multiple GPUs 2080Ti and its need very good hardware.

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Hello

Thanks for pointing the best networks to use on Lc0. There are so many...

What are the correct nodes to set for each of these networks?

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