20210830, 08:23  #1937  
"Alexander"
Nov 2008
The Alamo City
3·7·37 Posts 
Quote:
275190978175938200476768961501749313 for M5211289 (B1=2,500,000, B2=240,000,000) (117.728 bits) Sadly, no bonus P+1 hit for this one. 

20210909, 17:08  #1938 
"Vincent"
Apr 2010
Over the rainbow
101011000001_{2} Posts 
M6282557 has a 112.036bit (34digit) factor: 5324115842154238964583982961636201 (P1,B1=3000000,B2=90000000)
Quite nice one, and first found in that range for me. 
20210912, 14:29  #1939 
"James Heinrich"
May 2004
exNorthern Ontario
111000010001_{2} Posts 
My CPUs have mostly been busy doing other stuff for months, so I was mildly excited to see my first P1 factor since June:
M105233789 has a 92.789bit (28digit) factor: 8554126736286122188536749441 (P1,B1=820000,B2=34707000) Only to discover it had been lingering in worktodo for too long and had apparently expired and someone else found the factor two weeks ago. 
20210921, 21:54  #1940 
Jun 2021
3×19 Posts 
My list of factors for numbers in the 200 million digit range (M7593XXXXX to be specific)
Disclaimer: You may not see these in mersenne.ca, but this is probably because I self assigned them.
M759376643 factor: 14247797623131731084353 M759376729 factor: 4094254204485992428199 M759376843 factor: 3509297005626164059583 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ 
20210921, 22:22  #1941  
6809 > 6502
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Aug 2003
101×103 Posts
2·5^{3}·41 Posts 
Quote:
(They are there now.) Last fiddled with by Uncwilly on 20210921 at 22:23 

20210921, 23:01  #1942 
Jun 2021
57_{10} Posts 
Ah, didn't know. Can you edit my message? (And add that there will be 1,830,XXX,XXX numbers too)
Last fiddled with by birtwistlecaleb on 20210921 at 23:04 
20210921, 23:32  #1943  
"James Heinrich"
May 2004
exNorthern Ontario
13·277 Posts 
Quote:
A related warning: exponent pages on mersenne.ca are heavily cached, if you look at the page after the factor is discovered but before the full nightly sync, subsequent page views may not show the full details, but CtrlF5 forcible refresh will fix that. https://www.mersenne.ca/json2bbcode.php may be useful to you in formatting results to post in this thread with automatic linking to both mersenne.org and mersenne.ca (and bit size). 

20210925, 00:10  #1944 
"James Heinrich"
May 2004
exNorthern Ontario
7021_{8} Posts 
Dylan found a nice composite:
M4900289 has a 197.901bit (60digit) composite (P30+P31) factor: 375214712823873127465912884273993479895231432491081329619849 (P1,B1=2350000,B2=213850000) 
20210926, 18:27  #1945 
Dec 2002
1503_{8} Posts 
Today, for the first time ever, my machine found a composite factor composed of three factors, of an exponent trial factored to 71 bits:
https://www.mersenne.ca/exponent/9141029 Just before, in the morning it found a 114 bits factor ranking 12th in my personal top 500 and two hours later a regular 92 bits factor. 
20210926, 19:20  #1946 
"James Heinrich"
May 2004
exNorthern Ontario
111000010001_{2} Posts 
A rare find!
M9141029 has a 245.684bit (74digit) composite (P23+P24+P28) factor: 90805179079635333458558529873927662467378423913017841891392559441607383569 (P1,B1=2000000,B2=146000000) 
20210926, 19:45  #1947 
Sep 2002
811 Posts 
P1 found a factor in stage #1, B1=763000.
UID: Jwb52z/Clay, M106358779 has a factor: 282917789511750372931085031635362975391 (P1, B1=763000), I think this might be my biggest factor, ever! 127.734 bits! 
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