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Old 2019-05-20, 01:55   #17
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"Sam Laur"
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Well, going by the numbers posted in the GTX 1660 Ti thread and the benchmarks listed on, the 1660Ti is above the 1080Ti in factoring performance, _not_ like the 1070. I don't have any actual GTX10-series hardware to test on, so I have to trust these posted benchmark tables. But if you have different information about them, please tell.

The CUDA cores are not the same in Turing anymore. Pascal only had a single clock INT16 multiply and INT32 was several operations. Now Turing has a single clock INT32 multiply and that's why trial factoring, as done with mfaktc, is so much faster.

Last fiddled with by nomead on 2019-05-20 at 02:07 Reason: added cuda core info
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