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Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2012-01-09, 19:05
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Posted By Flatlander
Does anyone else get this. Just wondered.

Does anyone else get this. Just wondered.
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2011-10-21, 11:43
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Posted By Flatlander
Thanks. I assumed you had a life. :smile:

Thanks. I assumed you had a life. :smile:
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2011-10-20, 14:27
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Posted By Flatlander
It's dry. I have PMed Max and Gary.

It's dry. I have PMed Max and Gary.
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2011-10-19, 02:39
Replies: 177
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Posted By Flatlander
Will G3500 be continuing above 1.5m? It's getting...

Will G3500 be continuing above 1.5m? It's getting near.
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2011-04-02, 17:59
Replies: 177
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Posted By Flatlander
Thanks Max. :smile: I think the 10th drive will...

Thanks Max. :smile:
I think the 10th drive will be quite vulnerable when the n=666666 primes have fallen off. The range of k is very large.
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2011-04-02, 13:13
Replies: 177
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Posted By Flatlander
What are PrimeGrid up to? The onslaught of primes...

What are PrimeGrid up to? The onslaught of primes at n=666666 has stopped. :smile:
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2011-01-18, 15:38
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Posted By Flatlander
Thank you. I'll print all this out and see...

Thank you.

I'll print all this out and see if I can install to the kids' PC shortly. :smile:
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2011-01-13, 23:08
Replies: 177
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Posted By Flatlander
That's brilliant! I really didn't think it was...

That's brilliant! I really didn't think it was do-able.

Thanks Max! I'll see if I can get my head around it tomorrow for the twin rally. Then I'll probably just leaving it running on NPLB. :smile:
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2011-01-13, 21:17
Replies: 177
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Posted By Flatlander
Stealth LLRNet/PRPNet?

Now that the kids' PC has an upgraded CPU I can justify the expense of running prime searches on it again. :smile: (To myself anyway!)

I would like to run LLRNet or PRPNet so that it just gets on...
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2010-11-05, 11:55
Replies: 177
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Posted By Flatlander
Gary, last time I was paying any attention(!)...

Gary,
last time I was paying any attention(!) you had ten quads @2.66GHz. You seem to be running faster than that now. Whatcha got!
(Is there a 'jealous' smiley?)
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2010-10-06, 10:50
Replies: 177
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Posted By Flatlander
Do you think one more week-long rally will be...

Do you think one more week-long rally will be sufficient to get the 5th drive to 1m by year end? It's getting a bit tight to squeeze two in.
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2010-09-26, 20:24
Replies: 177
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Posted By Flatlander
GPU sieving

Now that GPU sieving has started, will some of the n<1m stuff be further sieved?
I'm guessing there is no hurry with the sieving k400-1000 n>1m, and there is still a ton of LLRing for n<1m that...
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2010-09-23, 18:28
Replies: 177
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Posted By Flatlander
Ahh yes. The Riesel Problem. It's all coming back...

Ahh yes. The Riesel Problem. It's all coming back to me. :smile:
Forum: No Prime Left Behind 2010-09-23, 17:02
Replies: 177
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Posted By Flatlander
Is there a reason that there are no [known]...

Is there a reason that there are no [known] primes for 2293*2^n-1?
It's a low weight but so is e.g. k=2279, which has 4 known primes.
Just primes being strange again?
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