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Old 2005-09-25, 19:17   #1
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So far range 500 - 501 is done to 25 bits
Will post updates as areas of range are completed.
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Old 2005-09-25, 20:38   #2
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Range 501-502 is done to 25 starting on
502-503
results for 501-502 have been emailed.
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Old 2005-09-26, 02:40   #3
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Range 501-502 is done to 25 starting on
502-503
results for 501-502 have been emailed.
Ok, I got them. Thanks!
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Old 2005-09-27, 02:21   #4
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Data is updated in current situation thread!
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Old 2005-09-27, 03:25   #5
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Ok
Also anyone who wants part of the range in chunks of 1 million just pm me.
I will add you to my list of whats been done for this 100 million range when results are returned i mark it as done.
This range is currently going to 25 bits.

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Old 2005-09-27, 16:47   #6
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Moo--How many factors are you finding at the 25-bit level? Did you try running a batch to 48 bits? I think you'll find almost no change in time, with vastly more factors found. Try it, even on a .1M range, compare the runtime.
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Old 2005-09-27, 21:52   #7
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well i think on the last run it was around 3600 factors found to 25 this is just starting im trying to get work started on these i will run though them again a second time. lmh > 79.3 is still under 450 million and im the only one working on this range.... right now.
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Old 2005-09-28, 02:44   #8
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500M .. 501M Total = 49918 Factored = 23517 (to 25)
501M .. 502M Total = 49758 Factored = 23190 (to 25)

When going to 52 bits - it gives practicaly the same number of factors
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Old 2005-10-02, 20:11   #9
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502 - 503 is done
starting on 503 - 504
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Old 2005-10-09, 17:38   #10
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503 - 504 is done starting on 504 - 505
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Old 2005-10-17, 04:51   #11
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504-505 done
starting on 505-506
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