20050513, 17:49  #133 
"Patrik Johansson"
Aug 2002
Uppsala, Sweden
425_{10} Posts 
1000 exponents LL tested.
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Account ID LL P90* Exponents Fact.P90 Exponents P90 CPU CPU yrs LL Tested CPU yrs* w/ Factor hrs/day       patrik 1170.18 1001 40.765 77 4588.16 
20050513, 22:16  #134  
Jul 2004
Nowhere
809 Posts 
Quote:
dont you mean over one thousand congrats 

20050514, 03:42  #135 
Dec 2003
Hopefully Near M48
2·3·293 Posts 
Ouch! Ten times what I've done!

20050619, 15:37  #136 
Sep 2003
Borg HQ, Delta Quadrant
702_{10} Posts 
Check it out. A nice, big, round number.
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Account ID LL P90* Exponents Fact.P90 Exponents P90 CPU CPU yrs LL Tested CPU yrs* w/ Factor hrs/day       PrimeCruncher 2.315 2 150.000 140 792.33 
20050619, 16:10  #137 
Jun 2005
Near Beetlegeuse
2^{2}·97 Posts 
It's Prime, and that's what counts.

20050707, 15:01  #138 
Dec 2003
Hopefully Near M48
6DE_{16} Posts 
At Long Last! The Second Century is Complete!
It took somewhat longer than expected, but here it is!
Last fiddled with by jinydu on 20050707 at 15:05 
20050711, 12:48  #139 
"Mark"
Apr 2003
Between here and the
3×17×131 Posts 
I just found my largest prime ever, 1195203*2^11952031 (359399 digits). It is a Woodall prime, in the form k*2^k1. It is the largest known of that form and comes from many months of primality testing. Even better yet is that it is the largest prime found with help of my MultiSieve program.

20050711, 15:18  #140 
"Mark"
Apr 2003
Between here and the
3×17×131 Posts 
Over the weekend, I found this 100070 digit prime: Phi(3,1642659500503^4096)
on my 2.5 GHz G5. AFAIK, it is the only prime on Chris Caldwell's list that has been found with a PowerPC CPU. More information can be found in another thread. Mark 
20050731, 06:05  #141 
May 2005
Argentina
2×3×31 Posts 
I found a factor
My first's factor found
prime fact LucasLehmer residue or factor exponent bits [residues partially masked] date returned computer ID       30573197 63 F 8806466200044918313 30Jul05 14:40 PCra 
20050731, 09:39  #142 
Dec 2003
Hopefully Near M48
2×3×293 Posts 
Usually, things like this are posted in the "Happy Me Thread":
http://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=2592 But congratulations. It took me over a year to find my first factor, and I still haven't found my second! 
20050801, 01:44  #143 
Jul 2003
Indianapolis
3^{2} Posts 
I found the 19th largest known generalized Fermat divisor (base=6) today!
931*2^155216 + 1 divides GF(155215, 6) My first top twenty prime! My first "comment" prime! My first GF divisor! 
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