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Old 2019-11-02, 23:19   #7
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I tried this on two machines. An older one running Windows 7 Pro x64 with a GTX 750Ti and a newer one running Windows 10 Pro x64, v1903, using a GTX 1080.

Using the version of mfaktc I had, the 1080 would run around 1050 GHz-d/day. This one was 730 GHz-d/day., more or less. This was with base 2.

It seems that specifying the base in the worktodo file would be problematic for PrimeNet and GPUto72. Perhaps it may be better to specify the base in the configuration file? I would not think many would be changing the base very often, or at all, given this projects goal of finding Mersenne prime numbers.

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