20211026, 09:35  #67 
Apr 2020
1123_{8} Posts 
What was your general impression of 34bit vs 33bit? Will the extra bit allow slightly larger jobs to be run as I'd hoped?

20211026, 15:47  #68 
"Curtis"
Feb 2005
Riverside, CA
3×1,721 Posts 
How many relations did you collect? Was the unique ratio better than 2,2174L's? The matrices came out pretty similar in size, so a comparison of relations counts (raw and unique) gives a nice 33 vs 34 data point.

20211026, 18:06  #69 
Jul 2003
So Cal
2^{4}·3·47 Posts 
For 2,2174L we sieved from 20M  6B, and collected 1.36B relations. This gave 734M uniques, so about 46% duplicates.
For 2,2174M we sieved from 20M  4B, and collected 2.19B relations. This gave 1.29B uniques, so about 41% duplicates. However, we sieved a considerably narrower range of q, and it was overall much faster. 
20211027, 03:14  #70 
Romulan Interpreter
"name field"
Jun 2011
Thailand
2·11·449 Posts 
[offtopic] I changed the thread title. The old one made me nostalgic every time someone posted in it... The new title is easier to search too, as the thread contains a lot of useful info... [/offtopic]
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20211031, 18:58  #71 
Jul 2003
So Cal
4320_{8} Posts 

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