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Old 2020-07-23, 22:05   #1
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Default Looking for a Turing compatible version

Hi. Since I acquired a 1660, I can't help in the polynomial selection help.
Has anyone made a compatible PTX for the architecture?
Or has a fix for msieve153_gpu?

As it stand, I have to use msieve150_gpu -np1 with no stage 1_norm.
Then I have to run a later version of msieve with -nps -npr with a stage2_norm and a min_evalue

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