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 2004-09-13, 10:16 #1 Bundu     Jul 2004 Mid Calder, Scotland 101110012 Posts Making 10M+ tests factor past 2^68? Hi everyone, I just wondered if there was a way to make Prime95 factor 10M+ numbers to 2^69 or 2^70. Sorry if this question has been asked before! I did have a look to see if I could find anything! Thanks, Mark
 2004-09-13, 11:53 #2 dave_0273     Oct 2003 Australia, Brisbane 7268 Posts you can use "advancedfactor=" Just have a look at undoc.txt to find out the exact syntax. I wouldn't suggest using factoroverride because you can't use primenet and factoroverride at the same time. Which means that primenet would probably unreserve your exponent if you tried using factoroverride, but I could be wrong.
 2004-09-14, 22:26 #3 clowns789     Jun 2003 The Computer 23×72 Posts You can use Factor3_2 from www.moregimps.it. It is much simpler, just hit enter after every field.
2004-09-16, 19:57   #4
smh

"Sander"
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Quote:
 Originally Posted by clowns789 You can use Factor3_2 from www.moregimps.it. It is much simpler, just hit enter after every field.
But also much slower.

If you really want to factor to a higher limit, stick with Prime95 if possible

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