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Old 2020-11-29, 01:52   #23
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so probably 2 months or so to hit 91 bits.
25 days for a 2080Ti.
Maybe 15 if you get a 3090???
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Old 2020-12-02, 02:25   #24
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I went ahead and took the liberty of reserving that exponent to 91 bits. It's a comparatively slow 100 days on my GTX 1080, but it will be good to have an exponent fully factored. I will check my local electronics store for a 3060 Ti tomorrow morning, which should give a faster ETA at an affordable price.
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Old 2020-12-02, 02:33   #25
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it will be good to have an exponent fully factored
Perhaps ... but I still hope you find a factor.
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