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Old 2021-07-07, 07:42   #540
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I´m just about to finish taking 15M range from 69 to 70 bits.
The range has so far yield 189 factors, since the 11th of May. Been using a GTX1160Ti plus some help from a few Colab instances. I expect maybe half a dozen more till I call it a day. Nothing to write home about, but not too bad.

So I intend to start 14.8 and 14.9 soon, if there is no impact on anybody´s work. Is anybody working or intending to start working on said ranges? If not, I´ll start in one or two days (TFing 69-> 70).

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Old 2021-07-07, 14:44   #541
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I found 45 factors taking 12.1 up to 71 bits. Took about as long as expected. Interestingly, one of the very first, 12100063, yielded a factor in both ranges, so 44 total exponents have been factored.

Unfortunately, that is the extent of my contribution until the temperature starts to drop in the fall.
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Old 2021-07-07, 16:42   #542
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Unfortunately, that is the extent of my contribution until the temperature starts to drop in the fall.


Have you also been affected by the heat wave(s) that hit Canada lately? I believe it was cooler at your place.

Gosh, British Columbia hit temperature values that were never seen even in Southern Portugal. The highest there was, to the best of my knowledge, 47.6 C some twenty years ago or so, and it was something astonishing. But it was in a place where temps around 42/43 C are expected every summer. Now 49.6 C in Canada??!!...
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Old 2021-07-07, 18:50   #543
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No, if anything it was slightly below seasonal temperatures here. Our temperatures are heavily moderated by ocean temperatures, so above 30C or below -15C happens only a handful of times each year. I am trying to be more energy conscious, so if the heat isn't warming my home, I try not to produce it at all.

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Old 2021-07-10, 07:52   #544
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We have seen 11M didn't move in the last 30 days. Therefore, we are doing some P-1 there. Mind your toes...
Edit: exactly 1001 factors needed.

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Old 2021-07-10, 08:55   #545
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We have seen 11M didn't move in the last 30 days. Therefore, we are doing some P-1 there. Mind your toes...
Edit: exactly 1001 factors needed.
Whole of that range ?!

What bounds are you planning to use for each 0.1m subrange?
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Old 2021-07-10, 10:07   #546
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Not sure yet, still testing, I am thinking about 5-6 minutes max, per candidate per GPU. Which means somewhere at B1=3M, B2=100M. See the end of the range, results are coming in. The round numbers, I mean, like 107127521


This is again borderline, and I don't really beleive I will get lucky again and again forever, like in the past (but I hope ), so for sure there will be at least 2 bits more TF needed. We don't need to finish everything, but have to start from somewhere.

@Chris: Is it possible that you pull the 11.xM (from the end towards beginning, x\(\ne\)5) to 71 and pass them to me, as we did with 35.1? (some are already to 71++, but most are 69 or 70). If so, then pretty-pretty-pleaaaseee..
(strike that out, see my next post - maybe we will return to this later, if deeper P-1 fails)

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Old 2021-07-10, 11:47   #547
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Speaking of toes, I just finished 15M to 70 bits. 196 factors in exactly 2 months. Whoever feels like it, please help him(her)self in that range.

As posted above, I am now crunching 14.8 and 14.9 M ranges. I plan to move downwards to 14.1 M, but will keep you posted so as no "accident" happens.
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Not sure yet, still testing, I am thinking about 5-6 minutes max, per candidate per GPU. Which means somewhere at B1=3M, B2=100M. See the end of the range, results are coming in. The round numbers, I mean, like 107127521
Sounds good. But I suspect 11.0 & 11.7 would need much higher bounds seeing as they need many more factors than the rest.
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Old 2021-07-10, 14:04   #549
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Ok, for 11M (and probably the neighbors too), P-1 is definitively the way to go. One TF from 69 to 70 takes close to 3 minutes in a GPU that spits ~5100GHzDays/Day, and going to 71 takes close to 6 minutes, and both of them have a chance of finding a factor in anything between 70 and 100 trials, considering the amount of P-1 already done in the range, while about 6 minutes of P-1 in a good GPU (like V100 or RVii) has a chance of 1 in 12 (ignoring the already-done P-1) or 1 in 25-30 (considering the P-1 already done, and all candidates factored to 72, which they are not - therefore a guess is the chances are about one in 23, because we like the number 23 ).
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So, yeah, P-1 till the hammer breaks...
Edit: I added snip and edited the post above to cancel the request for Chris, we stay at P-1 for now...

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Old 2021-07-10, 15:57   #550
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As we get to these lower ranges TF becomes more expensive and P1 cheaper.

With the end goal of completely clearing a range my strategy is to find the best balance.
1. TF as deep as is reasonable/affordable to get enough factors
2. Pick P1 bounds that should find the rest of the factors.

The order of the above doesn't matter and can be adjusted by how much of each help I'm getting.

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