Sierp Base 3 100M125M n=50K60K
15 primes found and proven with PFGW  Results emailed 116987966*3^50067+1 109384864*3^50405+1 122474512*3^50949+1 113364404*3^51051+1 116553038*3^51290+1 103152904*3^52426+1 121786222*3^52645+1 121458614*3^53019+1 119982992*3^53761+1 104618212*3^54304+1 107468612*3^55532+1 103321514*3^56019+1 119885464*3^56125+1 114121992*3^57265+1 122415136*3^57368+1 125M150M50K60K Reserved 
It will likely be Monday before I can get everything updated and files posted as a result of the primes found here. Max, can you at least update the 1st post here? Be sure and reduce the k's remaining and increase the primes found in the 1st para.
Ian, if you want, on Monday, I can send you the entire remaining files and you can test them until you're bored with them. That'll save me some admin time and you some time for posting reservations and reloading/restarting your cores on the various ranges. I'll make an effort either early morning or early afternoon Friday to post the k=175M200M file for n=50K60K so that you can take if you want it. That way, you can bring everything up to n=60K and if you want to continue from there, I could send you the one bigger file. 
[quote=gd_barnes;187654]It will likely be Monday before I can get everything updated and files posted as a result of the primes found here. Max, can you at least update the 1st post here? Be sure and reduce the k's remaining and increase the primes found in the 1st para.[/quote]
Okay, sure. I'll do it sometime today; bug me if it's not done by the time tomorrow rolls around. :smile: Edit: Done. It took me a little while to figure out how everything was organized in the first post, but I think I've got it now. :smile: 
[quote=mdettweiler;187671]Okay, sure. I'll do it sometime today; bug me if it's not done by the time tomorrow rolls around. :smile:
Edit: Done. It took me a little while to figure out how everything was organized in the first post, but I think I've got it now. :smile: [/quote] It's quite confusing at the moment and I don't intend to leave it that way. For consistency, it should be sorted entirely by nvalue but we could be different and sort it entirely by kvalue this time. It's just been easier to post them as they came in and not resort every time. Eventually I'll get to it. 
Ian,
I've now posted k=175M200M for n=50K60K. I've also removed all k's with primes for my internal files of k=100M125M for n=60K100K based on your primes for that krange for n=50K60K. I could now post a file for k=100M125M for n=60K70K (with 53 k's remaining) but I'll hold off and see what you want to do if you end up finishing all 4 kranges for n=50K60K. I guess I beat that Monday deadline. :) I just didn't want to hold up these base 3 efforts since they haven't been too popular. Gary 
[quote]I could now post a file for k=100M125M for n=60K70K (with 53 k's remaining) but I'll hold off and see what you want to do if you end up finishing all 4 kranges for n=50K60K.
[/quote] Why don't we just play ringaroundthe rosie with the 4 ranges. That way you don't have to delete any k's out of posted files. I'll probably go all the way to n=100K on all 4 k ranges. May as well finish the drive. 
[quote=MyDogBuster;187781]Why don't we just play ringaroundthe rosie with the 4 ranges. That way you don't have to delete any k's out of posted files. I'll probably go all the way to n=100K on all 4 k ranges. May as well finish the drive.[/quote]
Not sure exactly what you mean but based on the context of it, when you've finished all 4 k ranges to n=60K, I'll send you the entire file for n=60K100K for k=100M200M with all k's with primes removed. It might be a couple of days afterwords. Gary 
Sounds like a plan.

Sierp Base 3 125M150M n=50K60K
5 primes found and proven with PFGW  Results emailed 148489546*3^50520+1 139450282*3^51016+1 131986412*3^51512+1 142506608*3^53211+1 141132224*3^53330+1 I took 150M175M 50K60K and 175M200M 50K60K files 
That's amazing that there are no primes for that range for n=5333060000. I had to check the results to make sure you hadn't accidentally cut off the list.

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That's amazing that there are no primes for that range for n=5333060000. I had to check the results to make sure you hadn't accidentally cut off the list. [/quote] I thought it was pretty strange also. A nice hole in the middle of a fertile valley. When I cranked up 150M175M, I got one right away back near n=50082. I'm nearing that void area again with this range. It will be interesting to see how wide it is. 
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