From "My K":
555567045*2^2354691 (70892 digits) :banana: 
Congrats on yet another prime [B]edorajh[/B] !

Thanks! :cool:
Here is another one from "My K": 555567045*2^2486351 (74856 digits) :banana: 
From the 2nd drive:
175*2^2827191 (85110 digits) 
From the 2nd drive: 145*2^2908611 (87561 digits)

From the 2nd drive:
181*2^2935511 (88370 digits) 
From the 1st drive:
1626176475*2^3463641 (104276 digits) :banana: 
From the 2nd drive:
227*2^2993061 (90103 digits) 
From the 2nd drive: 185*2^2946621 (88705 digits)
From choose your own K: 22932195*2^4608591 (138740 digits) 
From the 2nd drive:
143*2^3032841 (91300 digits) 
From the 2nd drive:
107*2^3063341 (92218 digits) 
Congrats! Nice set of Top5000 primes! [IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v412/edorajh/thumbs.gif[/IMG]

From the 2nd drive: 181*2^3087591 (92948 digits)

From the 2nd drive:
175*2^3095931 (93200 digits) 
Thanks amphoria, I think that's already the 4th for that k.

I've been keeping a tally on a spreadsheet and you are correct. 181 and 185 have had 3 primes each (in the Top5000). There are still 9 k's for which we have found no primes yet.

22932195*2^4638561 (139642 digits)
15th prime over n=200k for this K :w00t: 
Congratulations Larry :)
Again from the 2nd drive: 235*2^3123451 (94028 digits) 133*2^3123591 (94032 digits) 
From the 2nd drive:
167*2^3140001 (94526 digits) 
From choose your own k:
5169615*2^4211931 (126799 digits) This was after a gap of about 103000 from the previous prime. 
We're closing in on 15k in the top5000 list now for # of primes
(285 vs. 283) :popcorn: 
From the 2nd drive:
235*2^3157731 (95060 digits) 167*2^3158721 (95090 digits) 
From the First Drive
[B]1952775825*2^3518091 [/B](105915 digits) [B]67342275*2^3534111 [/B](106396 digits) k<300 [B]277*2^4908051 [/B](147750 digits) 
From choose your own k:
5169615*2^4215251 (126899 digits) 
Close on the heels of the prime at n=421193. I guess that K was trying
to make up for the large gap between the previous primes. :geek: 
Strangely enough I was half expecting to find another fairly quickly, although perhaps not quite that quickly!

From the 2nd drive:
181*2^3274071 (98562 digits) 
From a k I picked myself:
834405*2^2379001 (71621 digits) 
Congrats to Curtis on new primes
3803443215*2^3830491 3803443215*2^3803491 but exponents are so similar, I'm afraid one was a typo (?) 
From the 2nd drive:
227*2^3459181 (104135 digits) 
From k<300:
147*2^4643001 (139771 digits) 
From choose your own k: 22932195*2^4941501 (148762 digits)
From the 2nd drive: 239*2^3563001 (107260 digits) 
From the 2nd drive: 115*2^3578291 (107720 digits)

Second drive:
181*2^334579  1 is prime! 100721 digits My largest prime! :geek: :w00t: 
22932195*2^4859351 (146289 digits)

Another from the 2nd drive:
133*2^3599151 (108348 digits) 
From the 2nd drive:
187*2^3796491 (114289 digits) 
[QUOTE=Kosmaj]Congrats to Curtis on new primes
3803443215*2^3830491 3803443215*2^3803491 but exponents are so similar, I'm afraid one was a typo (?)[/QUOTE] Yep I felt pretty dumb about 1 second after hitting "confirm" on the 380349 submission. It was removed from the list later that day, as it wasn't prime. On the bright side, I found another prime later that week: 3803443215*2^3903171. This makes 11 primes above 200k for this kvalue, with a range of about 10,000 left to search below 400,000. Is this unusually good? I only have it sieved to 500k.. should I consider a new sieve for this richness? Curtis 
834405*2^2571511 (77417 digits)

Curtis,
No problems. Yes, 11 primes in the 200400k range is a lot! More than any of 16 k's in our First Drive (processed to about 360k now). If you can sieve more go for it, and if/when you cannot test it by yourself we'll help you. :cool: BTW, a new prime for k<300 177*2^2774581 (83526 digits) 
Make that 12 in the 200400k range:
3803443215 396082 is prime. I guess I'll be sieving to 1 million and continuing this kvalue past 500k. Sieving is slow it has to be entered into NewPGen in factored form, so I only sieved the 0500k range to 600B. Curtis 
One more for k=177:
[B]177*2^2825461[/B] (85058 digits) Curtis, when k>2^31, it's faster to sieve k*2^n1 using ksieve. If you cannot find a copy of ksieve let me know, I'll send you one. And congrats to [B]NiceMedTexMD[/B] on many new primes! 
From the First Drive:
[B]918332415*2^3641301[/B] (109624 digits) :banana: 
From the 2nd Drive:
[B]175*2^3875131[/B] is prime (116656 digits). 
From "my" LowWeight Search:
[B]106074103*2^4756991[/B] (143208 digits) 
From the First Drive:
[B]460735275*2^3642441[/B] (109658 digits) [B]67342275*2^3646951[/B] (109792 digits) :banana: 
It's nice to see that both drives are now producing primes over 100k digits :bounce:

One more from the 2nd Drive:
[B]185*2^3913221 [/B](117802 digits) :cool: 
From the First Drive:
[B]1952775825*2^3669391[/B] (110469 digits) 
From choose your own k:
[B]555567045*2^2337641[/B] (70379 digits) :banana: 
From choose your own k:
[B]555567045*2^2656901[/B] (79990 digits) :banana: 
From choose your own K
62984955*2^2332861 (70234 digits) 
The hits just keep coming:
3803443215 419740 is prime. That's 12 over 200k... If only I were this lucky in poker. Curtis 
From the first drive
1738812075*2^3695231 (111247 digits) 
834405*2^3185091 (95887 digits)

22932195*2^5561461 (167424 digits) :banana:

[quote=lsoule]22932195*2^5561461 (167424 digits) :banana:[/quote]
WOW! Nice one. Congrats. 
62984955*2^2416841 (72762 digits)

212270565*2^3810411 (114714 digits)

From choose your own k:
[B]555567045*2^2719431[/B] (81872 digits) :banana: 
Two from the 1st Drive:
[B]804003525*2^3688471 [/B](111043 digits) [B]1325978745*2^3689101 [/B](111063 digits) And one from the 2nd Drive: [B]181*2^4008491 [/B](120670 digits) :cool: 
Good haul Kosmaj!
Woke up to this today, both from choose your own K: 22932195*2^5294621 (159392 digits) 8331405*2^8293671 (249672 digits) :banana: :banana: :banana: 
Larry, thanks, and congrats on yours, they are much larger, specially the k=8331405 one. :shock:
BTW, one more here from the First Drive: :cool: [B]3467560635*2^3704251 [/B](111519 digits) Waiting now for Top5000 verification server to wake up ... :smile: 
This situation resembles me more of a Kosmaj+lsoule prime search rather than RPS :smile:
Anyways, HUGE congrats to both of you :smile: 
WOW! I just saw Larry's two new primes at the Status list. :shock:
Huge congrats Larry! :bow: Same goes to Kosmaj for really nice set of large primes! :bow: WTG guys! 
Another choose your own k:
62984955*2^2477561 (74590 digits) 
This one's from a lowweight k. The last prime was at n=27019
2197729*2^4539931 (136672 digits) 
From the 2nd Drive:
[B]143*2^3746261[/B] (112776 digits) :banana: 
From choose your own K
62984955*2^2616901 (78785 digits) 
From choose your own k:
[B]555567045*2^2867341[/B] (86325 digits) :banana: 
From choose your own k:
[B]555567045*2^3017481[/B] (90844 digits) :banana: 
Congrats edorajh! That's 7 primes for that K in the top5000 already!

Yeah Edo, what a nice K!
Over here, one more from the First Drive :cool: [B]779602395*2^3748641 [/B](112855 digits) 
After more than 10 days, finally a new prime in the Second Drive :cool:
[B]169*2^4580991 [/B] (137904 digits) This is the first prime for k=169 in the drive. 
It's been 4 months since the last prime for this k.
869688105*2^5652661 (170171 digits) :banana: 
But a good one... that one will be around for a while and help out
our score quite a bit. Congrats! 
25*2^7167691 (215771 digits)

Congrats to Amphoria and Cruelty on nice primes! :cool:
Edit: And your respective personal records! :cool: :cool: I just noticed. 
Amphoria and Cruelty... huge congrats! Really nice primes! :bow:

62984955*2^2845431 (85664 digits)

Thanks! I just made it back to the TOP10 team's largest primes :whistle:

I woke up this morning to find:
19*2^6455551 is prime! (194333 digits) [url]http://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=77819[/url] 
Congrats MooooMoo! Nice prime! :w00t:

A prolific weekend!
From the 2nd Drive:
[B]181*2^4583031 [/B](137966 digits) [B]185*2^459352[/B]1 (138281 digits) k<300, from without the Drive: [B]177*2^4188161 [/B](126079 digits) :banana: 
From choose your own k:
317372055*2^4042651 (121705 digits) 
195*2^5614441 (169014 digits)

697942245*2^3226811 (97146 digits) found by John S. a while ago has been finally reported and confirmed! :cool: :shock:

One more from the 2nd Drive:
[B]145*2^4648871 [/B](139948 digits) 
58695*2^2574041 (77492 digits)

Two more from the 2nd Drive :cool: :shock:
133*2^4714551 (141925 digits) 107*2^4713821 (141903 digits) 
Prime #98 from the first drive!
697942245*2^3785531 (113965 digits) 
From Choose your own K
22932195*2^5983601 (180132 digits) 
3135*2^2715451 (81747 digits)

834405*2^3651441 (109926 digits)
834405*2^3663431 (110287 digits) 
From choose your own k:
[B]555567045*2^3258421[/B] (98097 digits) :banana: 
2595*2^2729071 (82157 digits)

Prime #99 from the first drive! :cool:
779602395*2^3801201 (114437 digits) 
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