it all depends on the temperature you incubate your eggs in
75.2-80.6 degrees = between 70-90 days (almost certainly all female)
80.6-82.4 degrees = between 50-60 days (75% feamle, 25% male)
82.4-86 degrees = between 40-50 days (50% female, 50% male)
86 -87.8 degrees = between 35-45 days (30% female, 70% male)
87.8-91.4 degrees = between 35-40 days (almost certainly all male)
over 92.3 degrees = almost all female but very agressive ones and the deathrate is rather high
My females(81.5-82.5) hatched at 56-57 days
My males(88-89.5) hatched at 38-40 days
I use hovabators but since my gecko room is in the basement, the ambient temp is a bit cooler which i think is the reason my eggs take a few more days to hatch out. Though i have had a 100 percent hatch rate with fertile eggs this year
My 88-89s have all hatched at exactly 32 days.
I have one clutch if females at 83 that I have left to hatch. I'm trying the method of raising the temp after 22 days to see if it works. Right now I'm on day 24 so yesterday I raised the temp to 86, tomorrow I will raise it again to 88.