20030713, 22:32  #1 
"GIMFS"
Sep 2002
Oeiras, Portugal
2×3^{3}×29 Posts 
7878.9M to 2^60
I´ll take that one.

20030713, 22:50  #2 
Aug 2002
2×3×53 Posts 
You might want to check with George on this one.
Isn't this range out of the 10M digit range?? 
20030713, 23:03  #3  
"GIMFS"
Sep 2002
Oeiras, Portugal
3036_{8} Posts 
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20030713, 23:09  #4 
Aug 2002
2·3·53 Posts 
33 million digit exponents are the start of the 10 million digit prime numbers.
I can't remeber where, but George stated that anything over 77M exponents are in the 11 million digit range, thus not elligible for the prize money. 
20030713, 23:52  #5 
Aug 2002
Richland, WA
10000100_{2} Posts 
77M exponents yield numbers around 23M digits.
Any prime number found over 10M digits is eligible for prize money. Anything above 10M digits and below 100M digits will win the 10M digit prize. Anything above 100M digits and below 1000M digits will win the 100M digit prize prize instead and still leave the 10M digit prize for any new discovery over 10M digits (including another 100M digit discovery). Altough the EFF prize places no limitation on the size of numbers that can win a prize, Prime95 is currently limited to exponents below 79.3M (around 24M digits). Edit: See http://www.eff.org/awards/awardprimerules.html for the source of my information. 
20030714, 06:23  #6 
Aug 2002
13E_{16} Posts 

20030829, 21:22  #7 
"GIMFS"
Sep 2002
Oeiras, Portugal
2×3^{3}×29 Posts 
Range finished.
Results emailed last weekend. 347 factors found 