New gravity set - nothing in here about it?

Mr P Hucker
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I was watching the gravity tasks come to an end, then I see a large new set for 4 months.  Seems to be nothing about it in here.  Any technical info?

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Tom M
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Which one?  Seems like there

Which one?  Seems like there is a new gpu-based gravity wave app and maybe some others.

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Mr P Hucker
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I mean the server status

I mean the server status page, I saw the tasks running out, then a 3 month batch appeared just in time.  I was wondering if it was more of the same or if we were doing something different.

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It's basically the same

It's basically the same search (All-Sky on O3A data, originally 20-600Hz) extended in frequency, up to 700Hz.

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Thanks for the info Bernd. 

Thanks for the info Bernd.  Is there any way I can run this on my older GPUs or on my CPUs?  It's very limited as to what chips can do it at the moment.  I have a wide variety of CPUs and a lot of Radeon R9 280X GPUs.

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