20041023, 17:14  #56 
Jul 2003
Thuringia; Germany
58_{10} Posts 
Hi, "M1061 completed 100 ECM curves, B1=44000000, B2=4290000000"
Cyrix 
20041023, 18:18  #57  
"Sander"
Oct 2002
52.345322,5.52471
29×41 Posts 
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20041023, 18:33  #58  
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"Luigi"
Aug 2002
Team Italia
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I'll give it a try. Luigi 

20041023, 23:32  #59 
"Mike"
Aug 2002
2^{4}·499 Posts 
My friend Dommi did 60 curves with GMPECM using B1=44000000 and B2=184367799127...

20041024, 07:07  #60 
Mar 2003
New Zealand
13×89 Posts 
Completed 300 curves, multiplier 1.32 (B1=44e6, B2=15e9).
I will construct a conversion table for multiplier values with various B2 and post it later. 
20041024, 21:59  #61 
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"Luigi"
Aug 2002
Team Italia
3·1,601 Posts 
I tried ecm5 (5.0.3) under Cygwin. It seems to work smoothly apart from a parameter. When I run
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./ecm5 c 23 44000000 <m1061 What am I missing? Luigi 
20041024, 22:44  #62 
May 2003
2^{5}·3 Posts 
Yeah, it does that on my computer too. With the same version of gmpecm under cygwin.
But since I do stage one on Prime95 with the GmpEcmHook, I first do 10 curves stage 1 and then transfer the results file and resume them. Then it just does one curve for each input from the results file, so it continues all 10 curves. However, at the moment I'm experimenting with different bounds and stuff, so I'm not posting my curves to count toward the total at this moment. 
20041025, 03:00  #63 
Mar 2003
New Zealand
1157_{10} Posts 
Here is a table with the multiplier to apply to gmpecm curves at B1=44 million and various B2 to convert to equivalent 50 digit Prime95 curves.
Code:
B2 B2' dF P k Expected Multiplier curves  4.29e9 4320585360 9216 12 5 17831 1 5e9 5049539880 10080 12 5 17068 1.04 6e9 6036383430 11040 12 5 16482 1.08 7e9 7142946720 12096 12 5 15797 1.13 8e9 7999948320 12672 12 5 15529 1.15 9e9 9046597560 13440 12 5 15111 1.18 11e9 11045144880 15120 12 5 14434 1.24 13e9 13495572090 16704 12 5 13846 1.29 15e9 15610434840 17280 12 5 13553 1.32 17e9 17151465240 18432 12 5 13195 1.35 18e9 18892404300 19200 12 5 13002 1.37 21e9 21231840630 20160 12 5 12698 1.40 24e9 24014815440 22080 12 5 12406 1.44 27e9 27718170480 23040 12 5 12047 1.48 30e9 30600888780 24960 12 5 11799 1.51 35e9 35069154120 25920 30 5 11076 1.61 40e9 43285242000 28800 30 5 10658 1.67 45e9 46495266510 30240 30 5 10494 1.70 50e9 52366223910 31680 30 5 10281 1.73 60e9 62312009760 34560 30 5 9993 1.78 70e9 73122389340 37440 30 5 9677 1.84 80e9 84797873160 40320 30 5 9435 1.89 90e9 91273101150 42240 30 5 9300 1.92 100e9 100636912530 45600 30 5 9112 1.96 120e9 122274758760 49920 30 5 8815 2.02 140e9 147932254470 51840 30 5 8616 2.07 160e9 161164286010 57024 30 5 8418 2.12 180e9 180749221380 59904 30 5 8256 2.16 184e9 190742241690 60480 30 5 8198 2.17 (gmpecm 5.0.3 default) Note that B2 is the value specified on the command line, B2' is the actual bound used by gmpecm. The multiplier gives the number of equivalent curves at B2=4.29 billion. This may not be exactly equivalent to one curve with Prime95 because I don't know what parameters or polynomial Prime95 uses for its stage two step, but it should be close enough. 
20041025, 04:01  #64 
"Mike"
Aug 2002
7984_{10} Posts 
68 curves using B1=44000000 and B2=184367799127...

20041025, 08:44  #65  
"Nancy"
Aug 2002
Alexandria
2,467 Posts 
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Alex 

20041025, 08:55  #66 
Jun 2003
2×59 Posts 
[Sun Oct 24 22:44:24 2004]
M1061 completed 100 ECM curves, B1=44000000, B2=4290000000 Thomas 
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