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 2009-05-12, 10:35 #1 Thomas11     Feb 2003 35568 Posts RPS 10th Drive: Back to the Low-Weights Parallel to the 9th Drive we are starting a low-weight drive with 128 Ks, 10000 < k < 35000, all of them having Nash weights less than 300 and are (hopefully) not yet been tested by others: 10781, 10963, 11347, 11519, 11533, 11729, 11953, 12007, 12097, 12191, 12373, 12517, 12749, 13297, 13483, 13511, 13589, 13603, 13897, 14347, 14407, 14531, 14533, 14639, 14681, 14981, 15029, 15037, 15043, 15299, 15373, 15997, 16447, 16543, 16573, 16829, 17021, 17113, 17369, 17411, 17467, 17579, 17977, 18103, 18209, 18607, 18727, 18869, 19117, 19121, 19259, 19507, 20017, 20143, 20381, 20399, 20533, 20591, 20639, 20651, 20939, 21457, 21643, 21701, 21793, 21869, 22453, 22537, 22649, 22691, 22927, 23111, 23173, 23437, 23711, 24097, 24133, 24161, 24217, 24221, 24523, 24599, 25061, 25183, 25559, 25747, 27029, 27133, 27899, 27913, 27997, 28109, 28177, 28571, 28723, 28781, 29677, 29983, 30059, 30283, 30337, 30839, 31109, 31301, 31333, 31357, 31453, 31627, 31873, 32377, 32383, 32639, 32713, 32789, 32887, 33373, 33403, 33419, 33457, 33569, 33937, 34169, 34183, 34297, 34409, 34631, 34679, 34693. All candidates were initially sieved to p=3.5T. The range of n is 400k-2M, which means that eventually we should find some megabit primes in this drive! Happy hunting! Status Code:  Range of n Tested by Status 400,000-1,270,000 - RPS - Complete (57 primes) 1,270,000-1,280,000 - lsoule - Complete (1 prime) 1,280,000-1,290,000 - lsoule - Complete 1,290,000-1,300,000 - lsoule - Complete 1,300,000-1,310,000 - lsoule - Complete (1 prime) 1,310,000-1,312,000 - VBCurtis - Complete 1,312,000-1,330,000 - Kosmaj - Complete 1,330,000-1,340,000 - Dylan14 - In Progress Available Files Sieved to 75T 1340to1342.txt 1283 (112k: 100.0%) 1342to1344.txt 1235 (112k: 100.0%) 1344to1346.txt 1236 (112k: 100.0%) 1346to1348.txt 1267 (112k: 100.0%) 1348to1350.txt 1337 (112k: 100.0%) (*) In parentheses: Percentage of tests requiring the indicated FFT lengths. Sieving stopped. Last fiddled with by amphoria on 2018-08-04 at 07:39