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2021-06-09, 20:58   #122
tuckerkao

Jan 2020

5538 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Uncwilly Also, the likelihood of someone doing something like that for you goes up in relationship to your apparent effort toward the goals. When Villiam was looking to run some TF to check if exponents had been missed, I grabbed the posted data and prepped some worktodo files. I know that he has been very helpful in many areas. So in this useful area I helped to facility his useful work.
Anyway I can compile my own list to trial factor now thanks to the exponent search engine you've provided to me a while ago.

Here's another list of exponents I plan to work on -

M168400223 TF to 2^73
M168400423 TF to 2^76
M168408623 TF to 2^75

M168411823 TF to 2^76
M168412723 TF to 2^77
M168412823 TF to 2^73
M168416123 TF to 2^73
M168417023 TF to 2^73
M168419423 TF to 2^76

M168420523 TF to 2^76
M168424723 TF to 2^77
M168426023 TF to 2^73
M168428023 TF to 2^76

M168433723 TF to 2^77
M168437623 TF to 2^77
M168438323 TF to 2^77

M168442123 TF to 2^77
M168442423 TF to 2^76
M168444623 TF to 2^73
M168446023 TF to 2^76
M168448723 TF to 2^77

M168450223 TF to 2^76
M168452623 TF to 2^76
M168453823 TF to 2^76
M168454523 TF to 2^76
M168456923 TF to 2^76
M168459923 TF to 2^76

M168460423 TF to 2^76
M168461023 TF to 2^76
M168461123 TF to 2^76
M168462223 TF to 2^76
M168462823 TF to 2^76
M168464123 TF to 2^76
M168465523 TF to 2^76
M168468523 TF to 2^76

M168470023 TF to 2^76
M168470723 TF to 2^76
M168470923 TF to 2^77
M168472523 TF to 2^76
M168476323 TF to 2^78 & NF-PM1 & Ongoing PRP
M168477223 TF to 2^76
M168478423 TF to 2^77
M168479323 TF to 2^78 & NF-PM1

M168482723 TF to 2^76
M168483023 TF to 2^76
M168483223 TF to 2^77
M168484123 TF to 2^77
M168485123 TF to 2^76
M168485323 TF to 2^78 & NF-PM1
M168485423 TF to 2^76
M168487523 TF to 2^76
M168488623 TF to 2^76
M168489323 TF to 2^77

M168494023 TF to 2^76
M168494923 TF to 2^76
M168496423 TF to 2^77
M168497423 TF to 2^76
M168498623 TF to 2^73
M168499523 TF to 2^73
M168499823 TF to 2^75

2021-06-09, 20:59   #123
moebius

Jul 2009
Germany

25F16 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by mathwiz If you feel that strongly, you should probably run them yourself.
Why don't you just calculate these exponents with free google colab. It takes a while because you only get a limited number of Tesla P100 runtimes
It's not a problem, I calculated far higher exponents with the Tesla P100 like this one

https://www.mersenne.org/report_expo...3698863&full=1

You just have to be patient.

Last fiddled with by moebius on 2021-06-09 at 21:08

2021-06-10, 00:59   #124
tuckerkao

Jan 2020

3·112 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by moebius Why don't you just calculate these exponents with free google colab. It takes a while because you only get a limited number of Tesla P100 runtimes It's not a problem, I calculated far higher exponents with the Tesla P100 like this one https://www.mersenne.org/report_expo...3698863&full=1 You just have to be patient.
I still used to the older way, when I finished my P-1 and the highest TF bit, then Ben Delo started the PRP test of the same exponent within the next 6 hours. I guess I have to be patient for that Threadripper 5970X to release in Sep 2021, so I can run those PRPs myself.

Last fiddled with by tuckerkao on 2021-06-10 at 01:15

2021-06-10, 01:36   #125
Ben Delo

"Ben Delo"
Oct 2019
Hong Kong

23 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by tuckerkao Everybody including ViliamF and you told me Ben Delo is not active in the forum, but here comes the big guy, what happened? I still believe the next Mersenne Prime is in the format of M168,***,*23, only Ben Delo has enough fast engines to run that many PRPs. Hopefully he can hop on M168308323, M168485323, M168548323

Code:
[Worker #1 Jun 10 01:33] Iteration: 410000 / 168308323 [0.24%], ms/iter:  2.386, ETA: 4d 15:15
[Worker #1 Jun 10 01:34] Iteration: 250000 / 168485323 [0.14%], ms/iter:  2.403, ETA: 4d 16:18
[Worker #1 Jun 10 01:34] Iteration: 160000 / 168548323 [0.09%], ms/iter:  2.409, ETA: 4d 16:39

2021-06-10, 01:43   #126
tuckerkao

Jan 2020

3×112 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Ben Delo Your wish is my command... Code: [Worker #1 Jun 10 01:33] Iteration: 410000 / 168308323 [0.24%], ms/iter: 2.386, ETA: 4d 15:15 [Worker #1 Jun 10 01:34] Iteration: 250000 / 168485323 [0.14%], ms/iter: 2.403, ETA: 4d 16:18 [Worker #1 Jun 10 01:34] Iteration: 160000 / 168548323 [0.09%], ms/iter: 2.409, ETA: 4d 16:39
Thanks so much, I will try to prepare more exponents by finishing up the trial factoring to 2^78 and P-1 with B1=1,000,000 and B2=40,000,000

I lost many hours of the sleeps because the impatience and it has definitely been my own emotional problems.

I'm wondering why those 3 exponents aren't reserved at the moment -> M168308323, M168485323, M168548323.

Last fiddled with by tuckerkao on 2021-06-10 at 01:48

 2021-06-10, 03:30 #127 Uncwilly 6809 > 6502     """"""""""""""""""" Aug 2003 101×103 Posts 266B16 Posts If none of them prove prime will you finally believe us that you are tilting at windmills?
2021-06-10, 03:35   #128
tuckerkao

Jan 2020

16B16 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Uncwilly If none of them prove prime will you finally believe us that you are tilting at windmills?
There are around 1,200 of them(M168,***,*23), so it'll take a while to finish all of them. Some of them will be factored before the PRP ready status. Since you are able to view my daily tasks, all of my trial factoring records are about this list.

Last fiddled with by tuckerkao on 2021-06-10 at 04:18

2021-06-10, 04:21   #129
VBCurtis

"Curtis"
Feb 2005
Riverside, CA

130716 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Ben Delo Your wish is my command... Code: [Worker #1 Jun 10 01:33] Iteration: 410000 / 168308323 [0.24%], ms/iter: 2.386, ETA: 4d 15:15 [Worker #1 Jun 10 01:34] Iteration: 250000 / 168485323 [0.14%], ms/iter: 2.403, ETA: 4d 16:18 [Worker #1 Jun 10 01:34] Iteration: 160000 / 168548323 [0.09%], ms/iter: 2.409, ETA: 4d 16:39
Mr Delo, I appreciate your sense of humor!

I'm sad this kid actually gets his wish instead of doing it himself, but it's really quite something for you to help him out. :)

2021-06-13, 19:11   #130
thyw

Feb 2016
! North_America

2·43 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by tuckerkao The liquid coolants are almost depleted for my CPU There should be a liquid cooling variant of the new GPU model soon. I'll have to shop for the new desk too.
So you cannot do maintainance your old liquid cooler, yet you are buying a new one with liquid. Any no awful air cooler should be able to do what a liquid one does (up to a sane limit), but less potential damage/failiture and easier/cheaper replacement. I advise against liquid unless you have a very specific reason for wanting that. The total heat output won't be any lower, heat can't disappear. Repasting and a fan change for 20$can offer slightly better cooling. And downclocking is free, i would do that if my computer overheated (really common in the summer). 2021-06-13, 19:20 #131 Viliam Furik "Viliam Furík" Jul 2018 Martin, Slovakia 11568 Posts Quote:  Originally Posted by thyw So you cannot do maintainance your old liquid cooler, yet you are buying a new one with liquid. Any no awful air cooler should be able to do what a liquid one does (up to a sane limit), but less potential damage/failiture and easier/cheaper replacement. I advise against liquid unless you have a very specific reason for wanting that. The total heat output won't be any lower, heat can't disappear. Repasting and a fan change for 20$ can offer slightly better cooling. And downclocking is free, i would do that if my computer overheated (really common in the summer).
If he doesn't want to be advised, let him be and don't waste your time. We've got a saying here, in Slovakia: "Kto chce kam, pomôžme mu tam." Roughly translated as "Who wants (to go) where, let's help them there." If he wants a liquid cooler so much, you're better off recommending him one, than convincing him to choose an air cooler.

2021-06-14, 23:07   #132
tuckerkao

Jan 2020

3·112 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Viliam Furik Last previous post in March, the total number of posts being the M3 (i.e. 7), and last post today. This doesn't seem like a definition of active to me...
Which really makes me thinking there's indeed an unknown Mersenne Prime hidden in 1 of around 1,200 exponents of the 168,***,*23 collection. Billionaires smell the unrevealed money quicker than most other people.

It's probably a surprise for everyone that I've gotten the gorgeous helps on 06/10/2021.

Like LaurV said before, nobody can really see what exactly have been packaged inside each exponent until the box is fully opened, so it'll be a marathon contest between UncWilly and me because he believes that every exponent that I'm going to test will be composite, thus if a Mersenne Prime ever lands under my name, then he will have learn the math in the different ways.

Quote:
 Originally Posted by thyw So you cannot do maintainance your old liquid cooler, yet you are buying a new one with liquid. Any no awful air cooler should be able to do what a liquid one does (up to a sane limit), but less potential damage/failiture and easier/cheaper replacement. I advise against liquid unless you have a very specific reason for wanting that. The total heat output won't be any lower, heat can't disappear. Repasting and a fan change for 20$can offer slightly better cooling. And downclocking is free, i would do that if my computer overheated (really common in the summer). It'll depend on the price of the CPUs and the video cards, hopefully the hardware selling will drop back to the MSP$, so I can buy a new PC without having to consider so many other issues. Air cooling will be okay if mfaktc doesn't push my GPU to the highest limit all the time.

I'll search more info about the next generation Geforce 4080 Ti, the 5nm chipset may have the better chip designs to prevent the overheating challenges.

Last fiddled with by tuckerkao on 2021-06-14 at 23:22

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