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Old 2016-01-17, 08:29   #1
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This thread captures requests for collaboration on prime gap hunts
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Old 2017-01-15, 20:37   #2
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Back in the loop.

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Just curious who else might want to join the hunt for a 10M gap.

Me, I'd suggest a number in the upper 800,000#s, which on my single PC would take half an hour for a one PRP test per core and in total about seven months if the sieving goes up to 10^12 and the first try is successful (actually, chances are 30%-35%).
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This might be helpful. It was a request that I have made and finally solved myself. Also is a record for covering sets in integers.
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