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Old 2008-04-20, 05:12   #1002
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Congratulation! - what a day
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Old 2008-04-20, 12:53   #1003
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It's been dry since August of 2004, but no longer!

23*2^2141626-1 (644696 digits) is prime!
(New personal and team record)
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Old 2008-04-20, 14:25   #1004
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Congratulations to SlashDude, Beyond and arminius
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Old 2008-04-20, 14:51   #1005
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SlasheDude's latest prime should put RPS very close to taking 4th place overall by score.
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Old 2008-04-20, 15:14   #1006
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Congratulations to all three of you.
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Old 2008-04-20, 15:29   #1007
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Yes, yet another huge prime, the first one with more than 2M digits and our new record!
Congrats to SlashDude!

We are now 4th by score
Code:
3  	PrimeGrid  	36.5  	48.1877
4 	RPS            605 	47.9257
5 	Riesel Sieve 	29 	47.8890
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Old 2008-04-20, 15:59   #1008
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Quote:
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Yes, yet another huge prime, the first one with more than 2M digits and our new record!
I think we should wait couple more years before we will hit a 2M-digit prime
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Old 2008-04-21, 11:22   #1009
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Congrats to 3 huge primes, 2 of them bigger than the first Mersenne found by GIMPS in 1996 (2^1398269-1). The primes found by Gimps in 1997 and 1998 are around n=3M, it will be very difficult to get beyond them.

By the way, I do this comparing just for fun
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Old 2008-04-21, 12:45   #1010
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A couple more "Small" ones :)
666625245*2^569811-1 (171540 digits)
666625245*2^578853-1 (174261 digits)
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Old 2008-04-21, 20:49   #1011
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Another small one

161*2^792702-1 is prime! (238630 digits)

And of course Cruelty is right, I meant "our first 2M-bit" prime.
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Old 2008-04-26, 22:01   #1012
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50529*2^357177-1


Found while testing my new quad core.
I bought a Q6700 when the price dropped on 21st April. Running at 3.25GHz with a vcore of 1.264V.

Hint:
To lower the CPU temperature from 80c to 47c it's best to take the plastic film off the heatsink! lol

I thought it was running a bit warm.
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