20131215, 23:50  #1 
Dec 2013
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Help with FFT length
I have searched high and low for a way to control the FFT length of the exponent I have been assigned. Based on my benchmark test, my computer runs fastest (by far) on a FFT of 1024K. I calculated the rate using the following: [avg. time]/[FFT] and sorted the results to find the lowest sec/K.
I have read all the .txt files including undoc.txt and cannot find a way to force it to 1024K. Can anyone help? Thanks. 
20131216, 00:25  #2  
"Serge"
Mar 2008
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The program will use the latter, automatically. You don't have to do anything. See this thread, for example. (There were other similar threads, periodically.) 

20131216, 01:11  #3  
Dec 2013
10_{2} Posts 
Thank you. I will step away from Mordor.
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20131216, 01:53  #4 
"Serge"
Mar 2008
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Welcome to the forum!
The good thing is that you haven't even entered Mordor. It is not there  where you were headed. That way, there were only the tar pits of lost time and frustration. ;) 
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