20210605, 21:16  #111  
"Viliam Furík"
Jul 2018
Martin, Slovakia
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20210605, 21:18  #112 
"Tucker Kao"
Jan 2020
Head Base M168202123
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The liquid coolants are almost depleted for my CPU, I already opened my case up and dust the cards off. Once I get the new machine, I'll place it in the basement, not the 2nd floor.
There should be a liquid cooling variant of the new GPU model soon. I'll have to shop for the new desk too. Last fiddled with by tuckerkao on 20210605 at 21:22 
20210607, 04:24  #113 
"Tucker Kao"
Jan 2020
Head Base M168202123
3·11·13 Posts 
I do wish UncWilly can write some programs, so when I type 168,***,323 into the exponent status search, I can get the list like showing below.
Details of all M168,***,323 exponents without the known factors. M168020323 > TF to 2^77 M168021323 > TF to 2^76 M168089323 > TF to 2^77 M168104323 > TF to 2^77 M168116323 > TF to 2^77 M168126323 > TF to 2^76 M168129323 > TF to 2^76 M168173323 > TF to 2^77 M168174323 > TF to 2^78 & NFPM1 M168191323 > TF to 2^77 M168213323 > TF to 2^76 M168219323 > TF to 2^76 M168233323 > TF to 2^77 M168254323 > TF to 2^77 M168261323 > TF to 2^76 M168285323 > TF to 2^76 M168290323 > TF to 2^77 M168308323 > TF to 2^78 & NFPM1 M168314323 > TF to 2^78 & NFPM1 M168336323 > TF to 2^77 M168345323 > TF to 2^77 M168377323 > TF to 2^78 & NFPM1 & CPRP M168438323 > TF to 2^77 M168476323 > TF to 2^78 & NFPM1 & Ongoing PRP M168479323 > TF to 2^78 & NFPM1 M168485323 > TF to 2^78 & NFPM1 M168489323 > TF to 2^77 M168539323 > TF to 2^77 M168542323 > TF to 2^77 M168548323 > TF to 2^77 M168566323 > TF to 2^77 M168599323 > TF to 2^77 M168639323 > TF to 2^76 M168662323 > TF to 2^77 M168692323 > TF to 2^77 M168704323 > TF to 2^78 & NFPM1 M168705323 > TF to 2^76 M168768323 > TF to 2^76 M168779323 > TF to 2^78 & NFPM1 M168830323 > TF to 2^77 M168831323 > TF to 2^77 M168852323 > TF to 2^76 M168884323 > TF to 2^77 M168899323 > TF to 2^77 M168903323 > TF to 2^76 M168927323 > TF to 2^77 M168999323 > TF to 2^76 
20210607, 23:15  #114 
Mar 2019
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20210607, 23:27  #115 
6809 > 6502
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Also, the likelihood of someone doing something like that for you goes up in relationship to your apparent effort toward the goals. When Villiam was looking to run some TF to check if exponents had been missed, I grabbed the posted data and prepped some worktodo files. I know that he has been very helpful in many areas. So in this useful area I helped to facility his useful work.

20210608, 18:36  #116  
"Tucker Kao"
Jan 2020
Head Base M168202123
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I still believe it's better to run P1 factoring before TF from 2^77 to 2^78 because M168173323 has shown the prove. FPM1 with a factor found between 2^81 to 2^82. Last fiddled with by tuckerkao on 20210608 at 18:37 

20210609, 09:01  #117  
"Tucker Kao"
Jan 2020
Head Base M168202123
655_{8} Posts 
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I still believe the next Mersenne Prime is in the format of M168,***,*23, only Ben Delo has enough fast engines to run that many PRPs. Hopefully he can hop on M168308323, M168485323, M168548323 Last fiddled with by tuckerkao on 20210609 at 09:26 

20210609, 09:39  #118  
"Viliam Furík"
Jul 2018
Martin, Slovakia
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This doesn't seem like a definition of active to me... 

20210609, 13:44  #119  
Romulan Interpreter
Jun 2011
Thailand
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Not long before, we used to run P1 before the last bit of TF, because it was proved to be more efficient that way. Since lots of things changed here around, like gpuOwl (with its faster FFT and combined PRP+P1) substituting cudaLucas, switching from two LL's to one PRP plus Cert (therefore less work saved when a factor is found) etc, people don't do that anymore, or very few people still do it, but theoretically, doing P1 before last TF bit is still more efficient (it will find more factors per time unit). 

20210609, 18:18  #120  
Mar 2019
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If you feel that strongly, you should probably run them yourself. 

20210609, 18:39  #121 
Sep 2002
Database er0rr
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