20070426, 21:08  #111  
Apprentice Crank
Mar 2006
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For a 5050 chance, we'll have to LLR about 29G, which will happen sometime around during the summer of 2008. 

20070427, 09:06  #112  
Apr 2007
3_{10} Posts 
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We are doing roughly 1TFlop now, we could may be go up to 23 TFlop with the new server! Edit: or somebody else might find a twin over 333333 and we have to jump directly into 500000 (or other!) Last fiddled with by Terminal on 20070427 at 09:08 Reason: new thougth... 

20070502, 22:56  #113  
Apprentice Crank
Mar 2006
2·227 Posts 
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http://primes.utm.edu/bios/top20.php...&by=PrimesRank 

20070517, 15:30  #114  
Apr 2007
3_{10} Posts 
PG stats on progress at 333333
Just a copy from my post at PG: it gives some projected dates for our study for n=333333 taking into account PG progress.
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Last fiddled with by Terminal on 20070517 at 15:32 

20100829, 07:35  #115 
"Michael Kwok"
Aug 2010
702_{10} Posts 
So this was the thread that started the project. The first post was made on April 13, but was edited a month later. I guess I'm in a nostalgic mood, so I'm wondering how the original unedited post looked like before those edits. Maybe Oddball can bring it up.
Looking back on things, TPS has been through quite a ride. There were two record twins, a flood of primes on the top 5000 list, Primegrid coming and leaving, and a new moderator stepping up. There's also a strange feeling of being at the beginning again  there are only a few participants, individual primes are too small to be on the top 5000 list, the project leader is relatively new to the forum, and gribozavr is doing almost all of the sieving. The project started less than five years ago in 2006, but that year seems to be an age away... BTW, I'd like to try some LLR tests for the variable n range, but there's no file that has the k/n pairs with the p<600T factors removed Last fiddled with by MooMoo2 on 20100829 at 07:38 
20100829, 17:38  #116  
May 2010
763_{8} Posts 
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http://www.mersenneforum.org/showpos...&postcount=229 I'm waiting for it too, because we're looking to add LLRnet and PRPnet support for TPS. 

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