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Old 2006-05-06, 19:14   #8
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Originally Posted by MooooMoo
Pacionet is working on a website (see "twin prime search?" thread). I don't know what you're talking about for 100 billion to 125 billion though:

- Everything above 100 million (not billion) is available for LLR
- Everything above 5 billion is available for sieving
- We expect to find a twin before 20 billion
I think we're dealing with two different definitions of ranges. In one thread 100M-125M actually means 100 billion to 125 billion. I think in this thread 100M-125M means exactly what it says.

I don't like wasting time, so I'm going to do some Riesel Sieve LLRing until we get this straightened out.

In the mean time, I have a 1.75GHz 32-bit Sempron, and would appreciate it if someone would assign me a range that takes about 2 weeks to get down to 2 minutes an n.

Thanks in advance.
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