4089*2^7970721 (239947 digits)

8th drive:
6975*2^9747571 (293435 digits) 
9429*2^6812511 (205081 digits)
9237*2^6813501 (205111 digits) 9237*2^6817611 (205235 digits) 9429*2^6822031 (205368 digits) 
1119*2^10157311 (305769 digits)
1253*2^10159661 (305840 digits) 
4023*2^7980341 (240236 digits)

9789*2^6860071 (206513 digits)

1025*2^10160861 (305876 digits)

131*2^12832581 (386302 digits)
Curtis 
1217*2^10177541 (306378 digits)

9135*2^6983401 (210226 digits)

9th drive:
12045*2^9507791 (286218 digits) 
9th drive:
17295*2^9514051 (286406 digits) 
9483*2^7027281 (211547 digits)

2nd Megabit Drive:
149*2^10540921 (317316 digits) 
5715*2^7227221 (217565 digits)

2nd Megabit Drive:
175*2^10651811 (320654 digits) 
9th drive:
14895*2^9541111 (287221 digits) 17295*2^9544651 (287327 digits) 
1017*2^10232371 (308029 digits)
1383*2^10233081 (308050 digits) 9th drive: 13845*2^9570361 (288101 digits) 
2nd Megabit Drive:
157*2^10851211 (326657 digits) 
1321*2^10258151 (308805 digits)
1321*2^10262551 (308937 digits) 1215*2^10275981 (309341 digits) 
1345*2^10281971 (309522 digits)
1257*2^10287691 (309694 digits) 
9th drive:
22365*2^9584301 (288521 digits) 
2nd Megabit Drive:
117*2^11041381 (332381 digits) 
7605*2^8910821 (268247 digits)

1253*2^10300901 (310092 digits)

1127*2^10332821 (311052 digits)

2nd Megabit Drive:
173*2^10989141 330809 digits 
9th drive:
18975*2^9624291 (289725 digits) 11961*2^9625621 (289765 digits) 27615*2^9626611 (289795 digits) 28665*2^9631731 (289949 digits) 
1081*2^10402411 (313147 digits)
1077*2^10404571 (313212 digits) 
1115*2^10416841 (313582 digits)

2nd Megabit Drive:
149*2^11388041 (342817 digits) 
1175*2^10453021 (314671 digits)
1119*2^10454911 (314728 digits) 1221*2^10458701 (314842 digits) 
2nd Megabit Drive:
183*2^10958961 (329900 digits) 
2nd Megabit Drive:
115*2^11417191 (343694 digits) 
9th drive:
28215*2^9699971 (292003 digits) 
1293*2^10470871 (315208 digits)

1035*2^10479411 (315465 digits)

195*2^13697461 (412337 digits)

2nd Megabit Drive:
175*2^11623131 (349894 digits) 
1053*2^10552101 (317653 digits)

1233*2^10581231 (318530 digits)

1125*2^10593171 (318890 digits)

From the first megabit drive:
87*2^18525901 (557688 digits) 
1039*2^10598971 (319064 digits)

15*2^23232051 (699356 digits) :smile:

[QUOTE=Thomas11;266073]15*2^23232051 (699356 digits) :smile:[/QUOTE]
Jackpot!! Congrats. 
Congrats Thomas!
Also reporting: 8331405*2^19845651 (597421 digits) 
[QUOTE=lsoule;266109]Congrats Thomas!
Also reporting: 8331405*2^19845651 (597421 digits)[/QUOTE] Thanks, and also congrats to you, Larry! Seems to be our "prime" day... 
From the second megabit drive:
117*2^12102821 (364334 digits) 
Some great primes found yesterday. Well done everyone.
1127*2^10628041 (319939 digits) 9th drive: 16887*2^9783621 (294521 digits) 28605*2^9785251 (294570 digits) 22785*2^9789031 (294684 digits) 16665*2^9791661 (294763 digits) 
From the lowweight drive
22927*2^9764531 (293947 digits) 
2nd Megabit Drive:
155*2^12074241 (363474 digits) 
Congrats to everyone on great primes!
Ten nice primes in 2 days!! :cool: 
Two more! One from the low weight drive:
16573*2^9789351 (294694 digits) and one from the second megabit drive: 153*2^12153271 (365853 digits) 
Please note, in case of primes from the 9th and 10th drives, please DON'T give credit to Psieve, rather use your old prover's codes listing only srsieve as the sieving software.
Psieve provides only sieving files for k<10,000. 9th and 10th drives were sieved by us using srsieve. Thanks! 
1179*2^10640041 (320301 digits)

[QUOTE=Kosmaj;266377]Please note, in case of primes from the 9th and 10th drives, please DON'T give credit to Psieve, rather use your old prover's codes listing only srsieve as the sieving software.
Psieve provides only sieving files for k<10,000. 9th and 10th drives were sieved by us using srsieve. Thanks![/QUOTE] I have done some additional sieving for the 9th drive using psieve which is why I have credited it in my submissions. 
Another from the lowweight drive:
24599*2^9836441 (296111 digits) 
From the second megabit drive:
183*2^12194151 (367083 digits) 
From the low weight drive
31627*2^9912131 (298390 digits) 
2nd Megabit Drive:
123*2^12251151 (368799 digits) 
8331405*2^19936741 (600163 digits)

woohoo
75*2^20506371 (617306 digits) 
1365*2^10670071 (321205 digits)

2nd Megabit Drive:
185*2^12347301 (371694 digits) 
2nd Megabit Drive:
159*2^12402291 (373349 digits) 
Another from the 2nd Megabit Drive:
123*2^12416901 (373789 digits) 
1347*2^10695941 (321984 digits)

113*2^16274961 (489928 digits)

2nd Megabit Drive:
153*2^12451541 (374831 digits) 
99*2^17776881 (535140 digits).
Curtis Edit: This prime puts me over 47.0 for score. 
Nice prime Curtis!
1335*2^10705811 (322281 digits) 
75*2^21304321 (641326 digits)

243*2^14314431 (430910 digits)

1335*2^10714901 (322554 digits)

9th drive:
21885*2^9884491 (297558 digits) 
113*2^17214381 (518207 digits)

10th drive: 31333*2^10338191 (311216 digits)

1357*2^10717291 (322626 digits)
1307*2^10722861 (322794 digits) 
Approaching 1000 primes and 50.0 by score
Congrats to everyone on nice primes :smile:
We now have 982 primes in Top5000 worth 49.8651 by score! Just 18 primes to reach 1000, and a bunch of megabit and bimegabit primes to reach 50.0 by score :cool: 
(11235813 * (2^775082))  1 is prime
[B](11235813 * (2^775082))  1[/B] is prime.
Not part of any "drive", just kind of did it on my own. 233,330 digits. Should make spot # 2209 on the Top 5000. 
Congrats on your first prime!
You can consider adding our project, RPS (Riesel Prime Search), and the sieving software you used to your prover's account. Projects and software count separately so your own prime count is not affected. However, since you already submitted your prime the only way to do such changes is to contact prof. Caldwell, the admin of the Top5000 site, and ask him to add new "members" to your prover's code (L2515). Thanks! 
[QUOTE=Kosmaj;267990]Congrats on your first prime!
[/QUOTE] Thank you. It's the only prime on the list with Fibonacci numbers transformed into a coefficient. {edit} Now I see it got bumped down 4 on the list overnight. Brutal! [QUOTE=Kosmaj;267990] You can consider adding our project, RPS (Riesel Prime Search), and the sieving software you used to your prover's account. [/QUOTE] I tried adding NewPGen but there was no option for it. I don't know enough about how to do "Projects" but I thought "Projects" were things like your "drives" that go on from time to time. Advice on how to do this in the future appreciated. 
1381*2^10748771 (323574 digits)

SaneMur
What can you do now is to mail prof. Caldwell at caldwell at utm dot edu and say "Hi, I just reported my first prime but I failed to include my sieving software and my project. Can you kindly add "NewPGen" and "RPS" to L2515". BTW, when you created you prover's code there was a field saying "You may have worked with other persons, projects or programs that you feel deserve credit. List those are to be included using either their usernames or database ids (separated by commas)." That was the place to add "NewPGen,RPS". Thanks! 
1299*2^10754971 (323760 digits)

[QUOTE=pb386;268055]1299*2^10754971 (323760 digits)[/QUOTE]
Stop finding primes, damn you, you keeping knocking me down on the list! :smile: 
[QUOTE=SaneMur;268140]Stop finding primes, damn you, you keeping knocking me down on the list!
:smile:[/QUOTE] You'll get used to that. Trust me. 
[QUOTE=pb386;268142]You'll get used to that. Trust me.[/QUOTE]
This made me laugh. A lot. 
:smile:
1135*2^10760651 (323931 digits) 
9th drive:
18525*2^9939931 (299226 digits) 
[QUOTE=pb386;268176]9th drive:
18525*2^9939931 (299226 digits)[/QUOTE] This may be a silly question, but do you leave your computer on overnight? 
Well I decided to leave my new computer on overnight. Previously I did not since it is so loud. Still found no primes in my projects.
Does anyone know what program was used to sieve the primes in the various "drives" here? I tried to have NewPGen sieve them some more and it said something like the entries were out of order. 
[QUOTE=SaneMur;268353]Does anyone know what program was used to sieve the primes in the various "drives" here? I tried to have NewPGen sieve them some more and it said something like the entries were out of order.[/QUOTE]
NewPGen will only handle one K or one N at a time and is only used now for specialist sieves where either srsieve or psieve will not work. psieve is optimised for large numbers of consecutive K's and N's and was used for the 1st and 2nd megabit drives. Note there is no point in sieving these further as they have been sieved to p=80,000T. 
2nd Megabit Drive:
193*2^12683991 (381829 digits) 
[QUOTE=SaneMur;268178]This may be a silly question, but do you leave your computer on overnight?[/QUOTE]
My home machine was not turned off for something like 6 years. Of course, there were a handful of power outages, but I wanted to see just how much overclocking would shorten the life of a CPU. I can report that a Celeron566 ran at 920 for 5 yrs, 850 for 2 yrs, then fell apart and only ran at 675 or so for the last year it was in use. I believe that not heatcycling the CPU extends its life if you can justify the power expense, your machine will last longer by not turning it on and off. I admit I do power mine down now if I won't be using it for 3 days, such as a weekend trip away, but it probly runs LLR 24/7 for 350 days a year. 
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[QUOTE=VBCurtis;268440] I believe that not heatcycling the CPU extends its life if you can justify the power expense, your machine will last longer by not turning it on and off.[/QUOTE]
I went a little overboard, I bought a protyped extreme machine that isn't even on the market. It has a huge heat exchanger on it and a 1 horsepower condenser. It is very, very loud. There are two different gases that mix within the chambers, and the second phase cools the gas exiting from the first phase, and the temperatures are very, very cold. 
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