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RCS Granit [1]

RCS Granit,
a dedicated chess computer by Remote Control Systems, a company of former German Fidelity Electronics representative Peter Reckwitz, initially specialized in tuning of Fidelity chess computers, and since December 1985 marketing the RCS Granit single-handedly [2]. The Fidelity Sensory Chess Challenger 9 based program by Dan and Kathe Spracklen ran on an overclocked 6502 processor at 8 Mhz. The RCS Granit played the Aegon 1986.

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