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Old 2020-01-22, 17:19   #1530
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...I am trying to up my lifetime ECM ranking (goal is to be 99th percentile) and current P-1 ranking.
99th percentile. I had to look this up. Top 1%. I really do not see this as a competition so I rarely look at those pages on mersenne.org. However, I just made an exception. #84 in TF, #30 in ECM, and #91 in P-1.

Even though I did not join this forum until 2009, I started running Prime95 in 2005, I believe it was. I had an HP desktop with a Pentium 4 CPU back then. 15 years is a long time, and numbers accumulate.
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Old 2020-01-22, 21:29   #1531
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99th percentile. I had to look this up. Top 1%. I really do not see this as a competition so I rarely look at those pages on mersenne.org. However, I just made an exception. #84 in TF, #30 in ECM, and #91 in P-1.

Even though I did not join this forum until 2009, I started running Prime95 in 2005, I believe it was. I had an HP desktop with a Pentium 4 CPU back then. 15 years is a long time, and numbers accumulate.
I am looking at this:
https://www.mersenne.org/account/?details=1

I did a bunch on some Core2Duo machines and various others over time.
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Old 2020-01-22, 23:43   #1532
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I am looking at this:
https://www.mersenne.org/account/?details=1

I did a bunch on some Core2Duo machines and various others over time.
That is amazing! After years, I still keep seeing pages which I did not know existed and are only a mouse click away.
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Old 2020-01-23, 01:44   #1533
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99th percentile. I had to look this up. Top 1%. I really do not see this as a competition so I rarely look at those pages on mersenne.org. However, I just made an exception. #84 in TF, #30 in ECM, and #91 in P-1.

Even though I did not join this forum until 2009, I started running Prime95 in 2005, I believe it was. I had an HP desktop with a Pentium 4 CPU back then. 15 years is a long time, and numbers accumulate.
I've been in this a *long* time...
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Old 2020-01-24, 01:52   #1534
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Well, you actually "compete" with about 5% of the participants. Many people in that list are not active for years, they just joined when some prime announcement made GIMPS (in)famous for a while, then they gave up when they found that the work is hard and that you can't get rich overnight. Many other people have just an average computer or laptop which they use for work or home, which runs P95 or similar in background, and it is even not "all the time turned on" (they stop it overnight, etc).

Normal people do not have 50 computers and 100 gpus, and do not waste their time on forums, guys like us are not the normal, we are the exception

OTOH, for some "tops", you have no chance to be the 1%, unless you are the first in the list, the second position is already 2%. I think the ECM lists are the case (didn't look there for some time). That is because there are few participants in that type of work, and those in top of the list really work hard for that work type (like, a lot of manual work too, for example, to do stage 1 with p95 and then move all the workshop to gmpecm or similar, for stage 2, because that is faster - this "artifacts" need work, passion, patience...), so the only chance for you (general you) to reach 1% is to convince a lot of other participants to join the respective type of work. This way the list grows larger and the 1% limit drops down.

Or well.. if you are Ben D. or Ryan P.

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Old 2020-01-25, 17:25   #1535
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I've been in this a *long* time...
You have, indeed. Also, if memory serves, there is a “work type“ missing in the list...
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Old 2020-01-25, 20:58   #1536
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...there is a “work type“ missing in the list...

Could this be because common types are grouped? I have a list, with the work type numbers, which is somewhat longer.
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Old 2020-01-26, 02:38   #1537
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Not really, no. Have a look at the list of known primes, namely Mp #36...
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Old 2020-02-05, 19:08   #1538
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P-1 on 111111769 found an 82 bit factor. Nice to know I'm not in another factoring drought.
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Old 2020-02-11, 08:29   #1539
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M5675981 divisible by 6851541559687876319452875506143
M5676563 divisible by 4898483840548246495459492282559

Both factors are ~102 bits.

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M5675981 divisible by 6851541559687876319452875506143
M5676563 divisible by 4898483840548246495459492282559

Both factors are ~102 bits.
These seem like small P-1 hits. Were they missed?
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