6735·2^13121751 (395008 digits)
6363·2^13121301 (394995 digits)
3233·2^13120781 (394979 digits)
8103·2^13120021 (394956 digits)
7313·2^13119581 (394943 digits)
6293·2^13118441 (394909 digits)
1819·2^13116951 (394863 digits)
4659·2^13116691 (394856 digits)
2485·2^13115171 (394810 digits)
6825·2^13115001 (394805 digits)
2147·2^13113301 (394753 digits)
3297·2^13112891 (394741 digits)
6045·2^13112161 (394720 digits)
5547·2^13111451 (394698 digits)
8371·2^13111091 (394688 digits)
7773·2^13110041 (394656 digits)
1825·2^13109691 (394645 digits)
7689·2^13108761 (394617 digits)
7173·2^13107871 (394591 digits)
5461·2^13105451 (394518 digits)
3395·2^13104001 (394474 digits)
3747·2^13102771 (394437 digits)
3659·2^13102241 (394421 digits)
7265·2^13100941 (394382 digits)
For a test of the new LLR binary (with gwnum 28.6), a rectangular region (1500<k<10000, 1310000<=n<=1312200) was run with all reserved k values excluded to the best of my knowledge (I used both rieselprime.de status page as well as excluded any k that had primes for n>1200000. The 8th11th drive k's were expressly excluded, as well as other drives if relevant  many of them are well below this range).
In case that I may have missed a few reserved bases, I apologize and will send upon request to anyone their slice of the Res64 data for the requested k's (the full file is too big to post); it is my understanding that e.g. Burt may reach 1310000<=n soon but hasn't yet, so this will simply save him some work (but I did exclude k bases that belong to him, as best I could; I did not scan the whole forum  life is too short; I used rieselprime.de).
The full list of tested k values is attached for lookups.
