20091218, 06:27  #23 
Sep 2004
5416_{8} Posts 
I hope to find at least one more prime for k=105 until n=1.5M, I suppose that will give me half the points with need. Cruelty is testing k=59 on n=3M range, let's hope he can find one prime soon...lol...that would be great.
Last fiddled with by em99010pepe on 20091218 at 06:30 
20091218, 06:59  #24 
"Curtis"
Feb 2005
Riverside, CA
2·3^{2}·313 Posts 
I have ~8 cores in 1.5 to 2.0M range, and 6 more above 2M. The effort is there, one of us just has to get lucky to push us over 49.
Curtis 
20091218, 09:53  #25  
Feb 2003
780_{16} Posts 
Quote:
But the more we find, the closer we get. 

20091218, 10:46  #26 
Just call me Henry
"David"
Sep 2007
Liverpool (GMT/BST)
37×163 Posts 
Code:
RPS NPLB Primegrid 140 174 315 top 5000 primes smaller than 500k 353 397 205 primes of size between 500k<n<600k 223 283 380 primes of size between 600k<n<700k 114 74 1 primes of size between 700k<n<800k 54 23 24 primes of size between 800k<n<900k 47 23 14 primes of size between 900k<n<1M 48 1 13 primes of size between 1M<n<2M 3 0 4 primes of size between 2M<n<3M 0 0 1 primes of size between 3M<n<4M 0 0 2 primes of size between 4M<n<5M 0 0 2 primes of size between 5M<n<6M 0 0 2 primes of size between 6M<n<7M 
20091218, 16:09  #27 
"Curtis"
Feb 2005
Riverside, CA
1602_{16} Posts 
Nice work, henry. A much more detailed comparison than just number of primes.
Curtis 
20091222, 07:24  #28 
Sep 2004
2×5×283 Posts 

20091223, 09:50  #29 
Sep 2004
2·5·283 Posts 
Looks like RPS will finish 1st in number of primes by the end of the year.

20091223, 11:22  #30 
Nov 2003
2×1,811 Posts 
Carlos
Congrats on yet another k=105 megabit prime! We are approaching 1000 primes in Top5000 and the score of 49.0 ! Currently: 991 primes and the score of 48.9384  Last fiddled with by Kosmaj on 20091223 at 11:25 
20100104, 08:16  #31 
Sep 2004
2·5·283 Posts 
Thank you Kosmaj.
Anyway, by looking at the overall standings PrimeGrid will in three months or even four months be back to first spot, it is a matter of time and primes due to its tremendous CPU power available. RPS has 80 primes between Top5000 and Top4500, NPLB 83, PrimeGrid 206 and FDCPS 35, respectively. Between RPS and NPLB will be an interesting fight..Reaching 1000 primes will be difficult but not impossible. Carlos 
20100104, 23:02  #32 
Sep 2004
2×5×283 Posts 

20100131, 22:01  #33 
Sep 2004
2·5·283 Posts 
COOPERATIVE ALLIANCE FORMED BETWEEN SB AND PRIMEGRID!
Starting to smell like PrimeGrid is getting the monopoly of all prime hunting projects. 
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