Lc0 benchmarks
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lc0 benchmark

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Lc0 version *
Weights file *
For standard Lc0 network files, type e.g. 42000 for network id42000. For contributor/external networks, put some descriptive names. It's recommended that you use 11248, 42850, 58467 or 58467, so that it's easy to compare different hardware in same environment.
Lc0 backend *
For non-standard configurations (multiplexing, demux, etc), select "Other" and specify command line agruments, e.g "--backend=multiplexing --backend-opts=cudnn-fp16(gpu=0),cudnn(gpu=1)"
What is the size of the network? *
Test60 series is 320x24, test40 is 256x20, test50 is 128x10
Operating system *
What is your hardware *
For GPU backends specify GPU name, for example "RTX 2080 Super" or "2x RTX 2060" or "GTX 1080 (10% overclock)". For CPU backends, specify your CPU
Number of threads *
Default is 2, can be changed with --threads=X parameter
If you have any other non-standard settings, specify them here
For example, --minibatch-size=512
Nodes per second (nps) *
From the last line of the output. For example if your output is "Benchmark final time 10.1125s calculating 2380.53 nodes per second.", type 2380.53
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