Chess programs have been high-performance utilities for a long time now. The higher your system performance, the greater the value they will be to you. But multi-processor systems only work if you have a "deep” version, because it is only then that the program can make use of multiple processor cores in parallel.
Things are no different with the new Deep Fritz 13: on a dual-core computer the engine is already approx. 60% faster than the regular Fritz 13.
World premiere: the ChessBase Engine Cloud
Deep Fritz 13 introduces the innovative "ChessBase Engine Cloud” and revolutionises the way we work with system resources. This new function makes it possible, for the very first time, to run deep position analysis, blunder searches, engine matches, etc. using engines located on remote computers, instead of overloading your own system. To you it looks like you are working on your own computer – it does not matter whether the engines are running on a separate machine next to you in your study, on the office computer or in a computer centre in Australia.