Originally Posted by atothek
I'm loving monkersolver but I'm also hoping somebody can help me out.
1) How much does RAM frequency matter? e.g. is there a noticeable difference in 2666 vs 3000 or 3000 vs 3400 etc?
2) If I have a tree that's about 220 gb big (on a server next week) will I be able to open it with 32 Gb RAM locally? (given it's compressed)
Any input is greatly appreciated!
@1 You want to determine effective RAM speed, not just the frequency. You will need to look at benchmarks for comparison between RAM sticks that you are considering. Usually TridentZ RAM is cited as very fast RAM for DDR4, but what RAM sticks you can use depends on what are supported by your motherboard.
@2 Yes, you can view one street of a 220g solution with 32g of RAM, but not the entire solution.
Originally Posted by spewmonk3y
Probably asked before, but whats decent amount of iterations? Is +10.0 iterations enough for preflop.
10 I/N will not be enough, but that's the point at which the strategy starts to become reasonable, i.e. you can get a sense of what the final strategy will look like. For a more detailed view, try to solve til 30-50 I/N.
Originally Posted by Don't mind me
Just downloaded the free viewer, looking at the 25bb example, when I try to solve a board it says Free RA:360mb, Min Ram = 1322mb. I have 32gb of RAM with 19.4GB available per Windows 10 task manager. Help?
I'm unsure about the free version. You are probably already aware that it is limited to the turn and river only. You may also need to modify the .l4j file in the Monkersolver folder as described here: