Report top5000 primes for all k<=1001
Please report all top5000 primes for k<=1001 in this thread.
Kar_bon has a list of all primes found and searchranges previously completed on the k's that we will be searching [URL="http://www.rieselprime.de/Data/00300.htm"]here[/URL]. It includes all known nranges starting at n=1 and will be updated as we complete nranges and find primes. For 300<k<=1001 and n>=260K, the ranges and primes will be shown in the team drives here. Instructions for submitting a top5000 prime: Go to [URL]http://primes.utm.edu/primes/home.php[/URL]. Step 1: For people who have not submitted top5000 primes previously, create a prover account: 1. Select 'Submit' on the lower left side under 'Join in'. 2. Select the 'click here to create a proveraccount' link in the middle of the page. 3. Fill out the form and submit it. You will be assigned a prover account. Step 2: Create a proof code: 1. Go to the home page in the link above and select 'Index' on the left side under 'Provers'. 2. Next to 'search proveraccounts', type yours and press enter. 3. Click on your prover account (there may be one or several) and press enter. 4. Towards the bottom, click on 'Create a New ProofCode' and press enter. 5. If necessary in the little popup box, type in your user name (prover account) and password and press enter. 6. You should now have a list of proof programs. Select LLR. 7. In the space below all the programs that says "none", type "NPLB, srsieve, psieve" (WITH the commas but without quotes) for the project and sieving software. [If you did an individualk search on your own, then the software may vary.] 8. You should now have a new proof code and can submit the prime. Example...L442. Step 3: Submit the prime: 1. Go to the home page in the link above and select 'Index' on the left side under 'Provers'. 2. Next to 'search proofcode', type your new code from step 2 and press enter. 3. Towards the bottom, next to 'Submit primes using this code as', click on your name (prover account) and press enter. 4. If necessary in the little popup box, type in your user name (prover account) and password and press enter. 5. You should see a big freeform box. Type in your prime (no spaces needed) and click 'Press here to submit these prime(s)'. 6. A verification screen will come up. If the prime is correct, click 'Press here to complete submission'. Gary 
Prime to get us started...
It's not quite top5000 material but here's the first one to get us started:
745*2^3332391 is prime (100318 digits) This is pretty good for this kvalue. Even thought it's relatively average weight, up to n=260K, its previous highest prime to date was at n=75771. Gary 
here we go:
747*2^3337091 is prime! (100460 digits) 
[quote=kar_bon;123496]here we go:
747*2^3337091 is prime! (100460 digits)[/quote] :cool: Bring it on! I want it noted that Prime Search has 53 top5000 primes (now 54) at the beginning of this project and is in 9th place. We should be able to fairly quickly move up into 6th place, which is the old 15k project that has 82 primes. Edit: It's kind of interesting that our first two primes were for k=745 and k=747. Gary 
495*2^3388041 is prime!
639*2^3436831 is prime! 639*2^3433051 is prime! 489*2^3433031 is prime! 
[quote=em99010pepe;124493]495*2^3388041 is prime![/quote]
FINALLY! A top5000 prime for 400<k< 500. There are just a few less k's in the 400's than the others due to prior reservations and searches but it was still surprising how long it took to find one. 2 more to move into 7th place all alone! 
[quote=em99010pepe;124732]639*2^3433051 is prime!
489*2^3433031 is prime![/quote] Great run Carlos! That's amazing on k=639. I cannot recall primes so close together on a single k at such a high n and such a low k. (only n=378 difference) In the mean time, another 'smaller' one: 533*2^3214101 is prime Gary 
[quote=em99010pepe;124835]From LLRNet
693*2^3219591 is prime! (IronBits)[/quote] [quote=em99010pepe;124838]From LLRNet (IronBits) 795*2^3220141 is prime! EDIT: Primes from LLRNet were doublechecked.[/quote] Yay! Our first LLRnet primes! And in such close succession! :w00t: 
Wow, I'm offline for 10 hours to get some rest and I come back and we have 5 new primes including 2 top5000's!!
:george: 
All primes so far found by LLRNet have been doublechecked by me using LLR 3.7.1c on an AMD 64 3000+ (2GHz).
[code]693*2^3219591 is prime! Time : 255.119 sec. 795*2^3220141 is prime! Time : 234.755 sec. 833*2^3225301 is prime! Time : 277.265 sec. 423*2^3244301 is prime! Time : 266.972 sec. 565*2^3247891 is prime! Time : 240.924 sec. 495*2^3250701 is prime! Time : 240.929 sec. 473*2^3252561 is prime! Time : 240.986 sec. 789*2^3253751 is prime! Time : 320.555 sec. 705*2^3252741 is prime! Time : 241.211 sec. 741*2^3256611 is prime! Time : 241.499 sec. 625*2^3272911 is prime! Time : 242.718 sec. 603*2^3257921 is prime! Time : 286.115 sec. 667*2^3274651 is prime! Time : 141.441 sec. 915*2^3286731 is prime! Time : 292.732 sec. 605*2^3294521 is prime! Time : 293.204 sec. 833*2^3294901 is prime! Time : 293.129 sec. 895*2^3296411 is prime! Time : 346.403 sec. 987*2^3296521 is prime! Time : 326.962 sec. 987*2^3300331 is prime! Time : 341.785 sec. 973*2^3303631 is prime! Time : 325.952 sec. 705*2^3304721 is prime! Time : 338.511 sec.[/code] 
Yes he does.
user=FreeDC_em99010pepe [02/13/08 17:07:35] 573*2^3504261 is prime! With only one core on LLRnet!!! 441*2^3239131 is prime! (Confirmed) 
[QUOTE=em99010pepe;125719]
573*2^3504261 is prime! [/QUOTE] This prime pushed PrimeSearch (and NPLB) in place 14 (2 up) by score at Top5000projects! We leave TwinPrimeSearch and Riesel Base 5 behind us! Place 13 is waiting for us! 
[quote=kar_bon;125728]This prime pushed PrimeSearch (and NPLB) in place 14 (2 up) by score at Top5000projects!
We leave TwinPrimeSearch and Riesel Base 5 behind us! Place 13 is waiting for us![/quote] And, in terms of number of primes found, we've only got 6 more primes to go before we pass the 15K project! :banana: 
[quote=Anonymous;125729]And, in terms of number of primes found, we've only got 6 more primes to go before we pass the 15K project! :banana:[/quote]
I bet with you that we've only got 4 primes to go and not 6....lol 
537*2^3515291 is prime!
I now own 1% of the top 5000! lol 
user=FreeDC_Beyond
[02/17/08 20:18:24] 979*2^3570191 is prime! There's another one, the first top 5000 prime for a member of XS team. EDIT: The good news is that PrimeSearch is almost reaching 100 primes in top 5000...hehehe Carlos  495*2^2623601 is prime! My fourth today...lol  user=gd_barnes [02/19/08 21:43:17] 549*2^3591831 is prime!  user=AES [02/23/08 00:17:41] 495*2^2826701 is prime! PS: this is the first k with 5 primes found at NPLB!  user=Flatlander [03/02/08 07:09:25] 695*2^2964961 is prime! if i've not miscounted this is the 200th new prime found by NPLB! Karsten  user=FreeDC_Beyond [03/05/08 03:26:52] 949*2^3722331 is prime!  371*2^2767621 is prime! confirmed one  user=FreeDC_em99010pepe [03/05/08 16:32:04] 843*2^2985281 is prime! user=FreeDC_Beyond [03/05/08 14:43:27] 423*2^3724081 is prime! confirmed one  829*2^2695591 is prime!  731*2^2695981 is prime! 603*2^2714261 is prime! [B]Admin edit: 25 primes in a 24hour time frame: 3 top5000 and 22 nontop5000.[/B] [B]This is the current standing NPLB record for total primes in 24 hours for n>260K in which there were at least 3 top5000 primes!![/B]  969*2^2696731 is prime!  825*2^3925811 is prime!  321*2^2788371 is prime! confirmed one  user=FreeDC_Beyond [03/11/08 04:36:39] 579*2^3742051 is prime! Not sure if I already posted this one. Gary has 3 to submit...Beyond submitted 2 a few minutes ago.  user=FreeDC_Beyond [03/11/08 14:32:15] 473*2^3744141 is prime! 
[quote=em99010pepe;126187]user=gd_barnes
[02/19/08 21:43:17] 549*2^3591831 is prime![/quote] Thanks Carlos. 100th prime for Primesearch! :smile: 
685*2^3713791 is prime!
Not only is it my fourth prime overall, it's my first top5000 prime! :banana: :w00t: :banana: :w00t: :banana: :w00t: :banana: :w00t: :banana: 
501*2^3714301 is prime!
Thanks, Anon, your program to notify works great (even if it does give the message every day between when you find it and finish the range). Edit/p.s. Despite Anon's apparent attempts at anonymity (naming himself Anonymous and in his program saying no copyright because he would have to reveal his name), I know his name. Just thought I'd let you know that it's not very hard. (It's primerelated, which is a big hint.) 
789*2^3151431 is prime

339*2^2849751 is prime!
363*2^2848591 is prime! 319*2^2861031 is prime! (PS: confirmed!) 383*2^2858921 is prime! Confirmed 349*2^2874111 is prime! 351*2^2837061 is prime! 381*2^2889351 is prime! Confirmed 363*2^2902781 is prime! Confirmed 399*2^2905551 is prime! Confirmed 309*2^2904231 is prime! (PS: confirmed!) 317*2^2901721 is prime! (PS: confirmed!) 315*2^2924271 is prime! (PS: confirmed!) 349*2^2937731 is prime! 367*2^2975051 is prime! Confirmed 395*2^2959281 is prime! Confirmed 381*2^3037221 is prime!  395*2^3077961 is prime! Confirmed 397*2^3075811 is prime! Confirmed 341*2^3121381 is prime! Confirmed 301*2^3148251 is prime! (PS: confirmed!) 309*2^3157731 is prime! 339*2^3221591 is prime! [B]Admin edit: 26 primes in a 24hour time frame: 2 top5000 and 24 nontop5000.[/B] [B]This is the current standing NPLB record for total primes in 24 hours for n>260K!![/B]  999*2^4058401 is prime! 615*2^4059761 is prime!  441*2^4061791 is prime! Confirmed  893*2^4062541 is prime! 843*2^4061151 is prime!  549*2^4074371 is prime!  489*2^4077511 is prime!  Look! There's one now > 547*2^4075691 is prime! :smile: Make that 2, though this is not top 5000 material I'll take it. 503*2^3007021 is prime! [B]Admin edit: 18 primes in a 24hour time frame: 16 top5000 and 2 nontop5000.[/B] [B]16 top5000 primes in 24 hours is the current standing NPLB record!![/B] 
363*2^3480401 is prime! (Confirmed.)

A prime story...
Spoken in the tone of the narrarator for "A Christmas Story"; you know the one with the BB gun, the kid who gets his tongue stuck to the frozen pole, etc.; that one?:
[quote] There he was one Friday afternoon going upstairs to change his machines over to port 5000 for an LLRnet rally coming around the corner. Much to his dismay, there was something wrong with those crunchers. Port 5000 would not work on them so back he went to change them back to ports 100 and 300. Gary was now feeling very down this day because none of his machines had been treating him well lately. To further his depressed state, he checked the forums and something was amiss. Port 5000, that all powerful mammoth of a server machine, had gone down. Now his poor machines were forced to remain on old klunky ports 100 and 300 and continue spitting out composites until the end of time. Much to his delight, he checked the forums 1 hour later and all was well. Port 5000 was purring like a finelytuned machine. But the delight was shortlived as he trudged back upstairs huffing in annoyance at the inconvience bestowed upon him. There he went, 1 by 1 changing the machines back AGAIN from old klunky 100 and 300 to the finely tuned 5000 until only 1 remained. [/quote] Now, in the tone of the 'Larry, the Cable Guy' when he tells the story of "Twas the night before a nondenominational winter holiday" (instead of the "The night before Christmas"). If you haven't seen this, be prepared to cry. It is so friggin funny! Just google "Larry Cable Guy nonspecific holiday figure". [quote] One lonely machine there did still remain; one final switch to put him out of his pain. He turned on the monitor; his eyes must have been playing tricks because that old port 300 had been shooting just bricks. In front of him, this just could not be, there must have been a malfunction on that final P.C. Lowandbehold he did stare until he started to cry, but a nice juicy prime was staring him back in the eye! [/quote] :smile: True story by the way (except the depression and crying part). lol On that final machine before the changeover, the nexttolast test on it spit one out: 833*2^3732861 is prime! All thanks to IronBits server going down this afternoon! :smile: Gary 
I bet today we are going to reach 3rd overall in terms of number of primes...lol

[URL]http://primes.utm.edu/bios/top20.php?type=project&by=PrimesRank&at=4&id=518[/URL]
Rank 4! We're two behind TPS. Two to go, and we're number three...after that, we have about 300 to go to the next rank (ignoring what numbers fall off). 
871*2^3478471 is prime

And with this unbelievable trio within n=26 of each other, we will be #3!:
499*2^3744331 is prime 531*2^3744551 is prime 999*2^3744591 is prime :george::george::george: 
[quote=em99010pepe;128477]I bet today we are going to reach 3rd overall in terms of number of primes...lol[/quote]
You are highly prophetic! lol I'm counting 9 top5000 primes today U.S. time; 11 GMT time! Bringin' down the house! :smile: 
[quote=gd_barnes;128550]And with this unbelievable trio within n=26 of each other, we will be #3!:
499*2^3744331 is prime 531*2^3744551 is prime 999*2^3744591 is prime :george::george::george:[/quote] Congrats! We became tied with TPS earlier today for slot 3 because some other project bumped another 333333 off the list, these primes just finished it off so we are really in spot 3. :party: 
[quote=em99010pepe;128557]user=FreeDC_Beyond
[03/11/08 14:32:15] 473*2^3744141 is prime![/quote] Unbelievable. 4 primes within n=45 of each other!! I think Karsten had 4 new primes in a single n=200 manual LLR reservation earlier but that was at a lower range and I think they were more spread out than this. A truly remarkable run of primes here. What's even more amazing is that 2 of the 4 are for k=400500, which have many more previously found primes than any other 100k range for k=4001001. 
495*2^3538691 is prime!

Final tally: 13 top5000 primes from midnight to midnight GMT!!
Definitely a new daily record for NPLB. I seem to recall 11 previously but I'm not sure if they were all top5000. All new except one...What a run! Even better...with Karsten's last prime, we're at 13 primes from midnightnow CDT U.S. with >3.5 hours to go...amazing. Perhaps we'll get another couple of them before midnight here. :smile: 
user=FreeDC_IronBits
[03/12/08 03:09:36] 685*2^3007971 is prime! confirmed user=FreeDC_em99010pepe [03/12/08 04:34:48] 695*2^3008441 is prime! user=FreeDC_IronBits [03/12/08 05:00:32] 603*2^3008661 is prime! [B]Admin edit: 19 primes in a 24hour time frame: 14 top5000 and 5 nontop5000. This is the current standing NPLB record for total primes in 24 hours for n>260K in which there were at least 4 top5000 primes!![/B] 
[quote=Beyond;128617]Look! There's one now > 547*2^4075691 is prime! :smile:
Make that 2, though this is not top 5000 material I'll take it. 503*2^3007021 is prime![/quote] 15 in a single day in my time zone! 13 new top5000, 1 confirmed top5000, and 1 below top5000. Karsten, you should show this in your historicals and milestones thread. I guess the best thing to show would be 13 top5000 primes in a day GMT. 
I just checked all of my machines after getting back from vacation. A nice trio from manual reservations for a change:
605*2^3932341 is prime 511*2^3936731 is prime 951*2^3937651 is prime 
[quote=gd_barnes;129321]I just checked all of my machines after getting back from vacation. A nice trio from manual reservations for a change:
605*2^3932341 is prime 511*2^3936731 is prime 951*2^3937651 is prime[/quote] With these primes, PrimeSearch just hit 200 top5000 primes!! :flex::george: 
867*2^2643981 (llrnet port 7000, confirmed)

[quote=em99010pepe;129476]867*2^2643981 (llrnet port 7000, confirmed)[/quote]
This is confirming Jasong's prime, which was a new prime when he found it. Karsten, as stated previously, give Jasong full credit for his first prime in this range and give Carlos full credit for this one. I will change post 1 of the drive 2 thread to reflect it as such. Since this was done on a server, now I'm not sure how to credit the k/n pairs that were tested. Initially I said to give Jasong credit for 1 200n range and Carlos credit for the other 4 200n ranges. Karsten or anyone else, I'll leave it up to others to determine how best to score this. Giving Jasong 20% credit for the range tested seems reasonable but I know that complicates the heck out of scoring for a range that was done on both LLRnet and manually. Ugh! Gary 
user=FreeDC_HelixVonSmelix
[20080402 07:16:28] 543*2^4120671 is prime! Time : 11804.0 sec. To all: Helix is giving me all primes he finds. Carlos 
[quote=em99010pepe;130540]user=FreeDC_HelixVonSmelix
[20080402 07:16:28] 543*2^4120671 is prime! Time : 11804.0 sec. To all: Helix is giving me all primes he finds. Carlos[/quote] You lucky dog! Can I have all of YOUR primes?! lol Edit: I'll still show them as found by Helix and Karsten will give the score to Helix. You just report them on top5000. As I recall, that was the understanding. 
In balancing primes found in results files with what I had in the first post of drive 2, I found these 3 missing primes from IronBits server port 500 (6000) from drive 2 that never got posted in this thread. This caused me to miss them in the first post of drive 2.
user=FreeDC_tnerual [03/19/08 00:15:41] 899*2^3096321 is prime! Time : 737.0 sec. user=kar_bon [03/19/08 04:55:05] 527*2^3097481 is prime! Time : 107.0 sec. user=kar_bon [03/19/08 08:04:17] 621*2^3098341 is prime! Time : 106.0 sec. I have now updated the first post of drive 2. Karsten will reflect them correctly in the scoring, the NPLB drive 2 page, and the k=3002000 page. Gary 
[quote=gd_barnes;130542]You lucky dog! Can I have all of YOUR primes?! lol
Edit: I'll still show them as found by Helix and Karsten will give the score to Helix. You just report them on top5000. As I recall, that was the understanding.[/quote] Yes.... 
[quote=em99010pepe;130553]Yes....[/quote]
I CAN have all of your primes? Excellent!! Thanks for the generosity! 
Oita found:
399*2^4961001 so another one for us to confirming. 
[quote=kar_bon;130727]Oita found:
399*2^4961001 so another one for us to confirming.[/quote] HAH! LOL We got 'picked off' too! But no big deal here. We have LOTS of k's that everyone is testing! :smile: It's strange because that's the first top5000 prime for Oita in over a year. k=3001001 is his favorite range. He may have seen our effort and got motivated to start searching again. I wonder if he's really using Proth to prove them? Also, I wonder if he's using any sieving software ahead of time? Slow, slow! Gary 
Wouldn't you know it after I inadvertantly reported k=411 complete at Primesearch with no primes for n=300K340K:
411*2^3129231 is prime It's a highweight k so it doesn't surprise me. Karsten, please add this to your drive 2 page normally. I'll add it to the drive 2 primes post and ask Michael Hartley to uncomplete n=300K320K so that I can report it there. Gary 
[quote=gd_barnes;130744]HAH! LOL
We got 'picked off' too! But no big deal here. We have LOTS of k's that everyone is testing! :smile: It's strange because that's the first top5000 prime for Oita in over a year. k=3001001 is his favorite range. He may have seen our effort and got motivated to start searching again. I wonder if he's really using Proth to prove them? Also, I wonder if he's using any sieving software ahead of time? Slow, slow! Gary[/quote] It looks like we just got picked off again, this time by the infamous Benson: [URL]http://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=84582[/URL] Oh well, as before, it doesn't really make that much of a difference for NPLBthat's the advantage of searching so many k's at one time! :grin: 
[quote=Anonymous;130862]It looks like we just got picked off again, this time by the infamous Benson:
[URL]http://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=84582[/URL] Oh well, as before, it doesn't really make that much of a difference for NPLBthat's the advantage of searching so many k's at one time! :grin:[/quote] No, we didn't get picked off at all. When Benson finds a prime for k=3001001, he reports it as PrimeSearch! He's HELPING us!! Go Benson go! lol Of course it's a little annoying that he gets them instead of one of our faithful searchers but that's OK. There are plenty of primes for everyone here since we're searching all k's. This is an EXCELLENT example of why lower k's must be searched higher. Let's continue to maintain a higher priority on drive 3 but keep some cores running drive 1 too. I think this clinches what the next rally should be run on...drive 3 again. Gary 
413*2^4118021

355*2^4333031

the triple!
509*2^4154481 
615*2^4190821 (126160 digits)
451*2^4190591 (126152 digits) 831*2^4190181 (126140 digits) 
A few primes...:)
Here are a few primes from the 2 quads that were running manual ranges while I was gone :smile::
New drive 1: 559*2^4182471 677*2^4180001 871*2^4178751 New drive 3: 381*2^4693711 Confirmed drive 3: 379*2^4693691 377*2^4659861 365*2^4658501 395*2^4640021 377*2^4630861 Gary 
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here are all primes so far found/confirmed by NPLB as graph.
i will include/update this pic in the primes.html when all scorings are ready. 
331*2^6003391 is prime!

Is a Prime
[B]979 · 2^4558011 Reported[/B]
[B]/Lennart[/B] 
First prime of the rally from port 400 and hence the biggest prime of the rally, lol:
939*2^4582391 is prime 
Is a Prime
[B]469 · 2^4473771 Reported.[/B]
[B]/Lennart[/B] 
Prime
[B]963 · 2^4561071 Reported[/B]
[B]/Lennart[/B] 
453*2^4475351 is prime.
Found during rally. 
Prime
467*2^4481201 Reported
/Lennart 
[URL="http://primes.utm.edu/primes/status.php"]THIS[/URL] is a BEAUTIFUL site and sight! lol Great work so far everyone!!
:george: 
827*2^4565441 Is a prime And Reported
/Lennart 
753*2^4565791 Is prime Reported
/Lennart 
675*2^4585571 is confirmed prime
That makes 1 new prime and 2 confirmed primes for me during the rally. Bleh! 
625*2^4482611 is prime.
Found during rally. 
875*2^4486481 is prime.
This is my 5th for this rally. Last rally I got 0. They have all been comfirmed. 
[quote=glennpat;134391]875*2^4486481 is prime.
This is my 5th for this rally. Last rally I got 0. They have all been comfirmed.[/quote] Hmm...that prime is a new prime, not confirmed. Or by confirmed do you mean that you doublechecked it separately? (For top5000 primes like this there's no need to doublecheck them yourselfthe top5000 website does that as part of their verification process anyway.) 
[quote=Anonymous;134395]Hmm...that prime is a new prime, not confirmed. Or by confirmed do you mean that you doublechecked it separately? (For top5000 primes like this there's no need to doublecheck them yourselfthe top5000 website does that as part of their verification process anyway.)[/quote]
I must of made a mistake and was looking at the wrong thing in the top5000 site. It says it is proven now. 
[quote=glennpat;134396]I must of made a mistake and was looking at the wrong thing in the top5000 site. It says it is proven now.[/quote]
Okay, glad to hear that. :smile: In other news, I have a prime of my own from port 400 LLRnet: 975*2^4580981 My first top5000 prime to be found though LLRnet, and my first prime of any sort to be found in a rally! :w00t: :w00t: :w00t: 
775*2^4491511 is prime.
789*2^4490091 is prime. 671*2^4488221 is prime. 
[quote=gd_barnes;134442]Congrats Glenn on a HUGE run of primes and Anon on your first rally prime! From a primes perspective, this rally has been a smashing success!
Gary[/quote] This was my first rally prime, and my first LLRnet prime, just like Anon. :smile: This rally really has been great, despite the server problems. (Between my two cores I had ~10.5 CPU hours idle total...not too bad for just >144 CPU hours, but still a considerable problem.) 
[URL="http://primes.utm.edu/primes/status.php"]This[/URL] is unbelievable!!
24 primes in 3 days at primes near n=450K!! A score of ~60! There's a saying in gambling that at a hot table, the folks are 'winning something stupid'. I think that might just apply here. :smile: Outstanding work everyone! 2 more primes and we'll be at 300 (after currentlysubmitted #298 has been proven by top5000)! Gary 
[quote=MiniGeek;134465]This was my first rally prime, and my first LLRnet prime, just like Anon. :smile: This rally really has been great, despite the server problems. (Between my two cores I had ~10.5 CPU hours idle total...not too bad for just >144 CPU hours, but still a considerable problem.)[/quote]
Congrats, MiniGeek, on your first rally/LLRnet prime also! :smile: 
Found a prior confirmed on port 6 server: 735*2^4571451

Dedicating this prime to my grandfather (19222008).....:cry:
523*2^4596751 is prime! 
987*2^4598381 is prime

[quote=em99010pepe;134593]Dedicating this prime to my grandfather (19222008).....:cry:
523*2^4596751 is prime![/quote] Sorry to hear about your grandfather. :( 
461*2^4577181 is prime.

875*2^4508481 is prime.

785*2^4511421 is prime

Found another prior confirmed prime, 525*2^4512101

395*2^5050001 is prime! (confirmed)

927*2^4533331 is prime

861 463119 confirmed
865 464001 681 466063 527 466326 675 466442 confirmed 959 466904 735 467323 confirmed 
775*2^4537951 is prime

555*2^4674191 is prime!

user=XtremeSystems_glennpat
[03/06/2008 03:53:25 313*2^5080911 is prime! Time : 19503.0 sec. Confirmed prime from port 5000. 
Prime 313*2^5080911 was a prior comfirmed prime found in 2007.

[quote=glennpat;135108]Prime 313*2^5080911 was a prior comfirmed prime found in 2007.[/quote]
Yes, I know, that's why I said it was a confirmed prime in my message. 
[quote=Anonymous;135112]Yes, I know, that's why I said it was a confirmed prime in my message.[/quote]
I see that I didn't understand what confirmed met in the posts. I was not thinking of it correctly. 
741*2^4678541 confirmed

773*2^4685041
767*2^4687441 
913*2^4689111

663*2^4734201

357*2^5108121 confirmed prime.

947*2^4706021

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