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Old 2019-04-28, 16:50   #45
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Working on it, thanks. I obviously considered CUDA capable programs as m/t.
The following programs are CPU M/T:

GFNDsieve (siever)
ppsieve (siever)
SrSieve (siever)
LLR
PMFS
Prime95

Should I add it as a footnote?
I recommend changing the M/T column to mean CPU M/T. Any program that is CUDA or OpenCL is clearly multi-threaded since it uses many GPU cores / threads in addition to at least one CPU core. The information that may be more helpful to the reader is whether the program uses multiple CPU cores, either in addition to the GPU cores or for a GPU-less program.
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