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Old 2003-11-20, 06:09   #1
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Default 69.0 - 70.0 until i retire

If there are no problems with anyone I will continue this range for as long as I am in LMH. This is a merging of both my previous threads, and all further updates for either range shall occur in this thread.
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Old 2003-11-20, 06:53   #2
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Current Statuses (first 5 digits after decimal) - nofactor file from 11/17

all entries are in the nofactor file unless noted by (submitted)

00000 to 00005 - 71 bits
00006 to 00012 - 64 bits
00013 to 00060 - 62 bits
00061 to 00403 - 61 bits
00404 to 18299 - 61 bits (submitted)
18300 to 19999 - 60 bits
20000 to 22024 - 62 bits
22024 to 24489 - 62 bits (submitted)
24490 to 49999 - 60 bits
50000 to 50876 - 64 bits
50877 to 70553 - 62 bits
70554 to 71721 - 62 bits (submitted)
71722 to 72499 - 59 bits
72500 to 72595 - 62 bits
72596 to 72599 - 64 bits
72600 to 99999 - 62 bits
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Old 2003-11-20, 15:00   #3
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So, just out of curiosity, that means these are the numbers from 69.0 million to 69.1 million, right?

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Old 2003-11-20, 18:42   #4
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Originally posted by Nuri
So, just out of curiosity, that means these are the numbers from 69.0 million to 69.1 million, right?

No - 69.abcde (69.0 to 70.0 mil - as the title says)

Examples:
00000 to 00005 = 69,000,000 to 69,000,059
72600 to 99999 = 69,726,000 to 69,999,999
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Old 2003-11-20, 21:40   #5
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Ah, I see. Thx.
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Old 2003-11-30, 10:59   #6
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Garo, I suggest to change the both entries for tom11784 to one : 69-70M Factoring to 2^62+
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Old 2003-12-13, 18:35   #7
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LMH Status of 69M-70M
(as of 12/13/03 - 12/02/03 nocomp file)
Code:
   Start     Stop      Numbers Bits 
69,000,000 69,000,059      1    71 
69,000,060 69,000,129      3    64 
69,000,130 69,000,609      9    62 
69,000,610 69,182,999      ?    61 
69,183,000 69,196,699      ?    61* 
69,196,700 69,199,719     71    62* 
69,199,720 69,199,999     10    61* 
69,200,000 69,277,059      ?    62 
69,277,060 69,338,599      ?    62* 
69,338,600 69,499,999      ?    60+ 
69,500,000 69,504,999      ?    66* 
69,505,000 69,508,769      ?    64+ 
69,508,770 69,514,999      ?    64* 
69,515,000 69,725,959      ?    62+ 
69,725,960 69,725,999      1    64 
69,726,000 69,999,999      ?    62
* submitted, not in nofactor.zip
+ a computer currently in this range

I am updating this at http://www.geocities.com/tommyzink/gimps.html for those who care for more than the monthly updates I put here.
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Old 2003-12-19, 12:43   #8
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just another update

- completed all numbers in this range to at least 60 bits
- have 3321 exponents at 60 and less than 8200 below 62

my most updated status is viewable at:
www.geocities.com/tommyzink/gimps/current.html

and if you want to see past charts of this range:
www.geocities.com/tommyzink/gimps/
and click on the date you want to view (year_month_day)
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Old 2003-12-19, 15:19   #9
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"desktop" will be off until Jan 11 since the college wants nothing plugged in over break
Who ever listens to what the college has to say? :). I've left my computer on over countless breaks and they didnt complain at all. They came in and personally had to check the room and they didnt say anything about my computer being on.
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Old 2003-12-19, 15:38   #10
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well the way they informed us made it sound like the power to the entire dorm might be shut off during multiple periods of the break - so i don't want to take any chances as my computer has had enough things pissing me off this semester

editting was used to clarify an "it" i used previously:

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Old 2004-01-03, 04:08   #11
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another 10-20 day update

fewer than 2300 now at 60 bits and fewer that 3500 at 61 bits

once these are done out to 62 things will probably get slower, so hopefully another month of speed before this occurs

just like last time, you can view my status at www.geocities.com/tommyzink/gimps/ and select the chart to view (current or yyyy_mm_dd)

moving right along in search of good times and good news, ....
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