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Old 2010-11-17, 15:17   #1
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Ok, we have really good CUDA LL, and CUDA TF code at the moment.

Anyone looking at CUDA P-1? Is it worthwhile? Or can we rule a disaster straight up?

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Not to mention CUDA-ECM...

Yes, I know there SHOULD be something on sourceforge, but it is limited to stage1 and probably not perfectly optimized.

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Not to mention CUDA-ECM...

Yes, I know there SHOULD be something on sourceforge, but it is limited to stage1 and probably not perfectly optimized.

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Edit: I found the ECM on CUDA paper from Bernstein interesting, but still no working example
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