20160606, 16:17  #78 
Mar 2004
Belgium
839 Posts 
2 more primes (too small for prime pages)
Code:
13236795*2^10667211 13236795*2^10672931 
20170129, 14:09  #79 
Mar 2004
Belgium
347_{16} Posts 
2 more primes found: (too small for primepages)
Code:
13236795*2^11762141 is prime! (354083 decimal digits) 13236795*2^11961911 is prime! (360097 decimal digits) Last fiddled with by ValerieVonck on 20170129 at 14:11 
20171216, 10:14  #80 
Mar 2004
Belgium
839 Posts 
Range 1.2M > 1.3M complete, no new primes found
Attaching the result files for the range 1.0M > 1.3M Last fiddled with by ValerieVonck on 20171216 at 10:16 
20180219, 17:24  #81 
Mar 2004
Belgium
839 Posts 
Sieving in progress, till 230T, ETA 20/3
Will then continue llr testing in the range 1.3M > 1.4M 
20180526, 08:29  #82 
Mar 2004
Belgium
839 Posts 
Sieving in Progress to 250T, eta 03/07
(ftm, a factor is found every +/ 360 sec) 
20180604, 14:47  #83 
Mar 2004
Belgium
1507_{8} Posts 
Yesterday, my mac crashed and had to restart sieving from a copy of my input file as of February,
Currently at 216T, eta for reaching 250T is October Lesson learned: take a more frequent backup Apologies to the community Kind regards, Valerie 
20180604, 17:22  #84 
Dec 2011
After milion nines:)
570_{16} Posts 
Why you make sieving ? We can collect you sieve , send to YOYO and it will be over in ten days at depth you will never reach by yourself.

20180605, 10:51  #85  
Mar 2004
Belgium
839 Posts 
Quote:
This number I am crunching for a long time on my own... Thank you for your recommendation, but I have to politely decline your offer Kind regards, Valerie 

20201216, 08:06  #86 
Mar 2004
Belgium
1101000111_{2} Posts 
Sieving to 250T is completed, sieving in progress in the range 250T > 255T,
Finding a factor each 300400 sec, still faster then LLR, Kind regards, Valerie 
20201216, 09:08  #87 
Aug 2020
2·19 Posts 
I find it really inspiring how long you've been working on this k. I started sieving for Proth k=1281979 some months back, now I'm at around 250T as well, but only for n < 4.1M. So 2 cores produce a factor aprroximately every 2000 s between them. Primality testing will be done using Proth20 on an older GTX7xx GPU, which takes 3.5 h for a = 4M so I'll continue sieving for a while.
If I will do this with the same dilligence as you, I'll still be at this k it in 2035... :) Last fiddled with by bur on 20201216 at 09:09 
20201216, 10:42  #88  
Mar 2004
Belgium
1101000111_{2} Posts 
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