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Old 2021-06-18, 04:51   #144
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You don't think that someone as smart as he is could automate the process if he wanted to?
Except the automatic process will target all the M168,***,*** exponents instead of only M168,***,*23. I can always reserve the PRP before P-1 if I want to test a specific exponent myself within that range.

The automated system was how I followed towards some of the M103M exponents a while ago, thus Ben Delo always ran the PRPs several hours after I finished the P-1 factoring.

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Old 2021-06-18, 05:36   #145
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Except the automatic process will target all the M168,***,*** exponents instead of only M168,***,*23.
You besmirch his intelligence. How do you think he earned 1Gigadollar?

Never send a person to do a bot's job.
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Old 2021-06-18, 08:40   #146
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Those air cooler units come to the standard size to fit the regular CPU dimensions, but AMD Threadripper is wider, the PC seller doesn't have the dual air cooler units to fit from the top of MSI motherboard: TRX40 PRO WIFI ATX w/ WiFi 6, RGB, Dual LAN, 4 PCIe x16, 1 PCIe x1, 8 SATA3, 2 M.2 SATA/PCIe.
There is - among others - this special Threadripper cooler. It works brilliantly. The cooler compatibility should not be depending on your motherboard in this case.

Most liquid coolers will in fact not fully cover Threadripper's IHS. There are special ones for that, as with the air coolers.

Don't trust PC sellers unless somebody evaluated them independently. I see this at work every day. We pay around 2,000 € for PCs that are barely worth 1,000 €. They have always extremely weird component choices, e.g. we got an i7 xxxxK CPU with an x10 chipset motherboard that had only two RAM slots and one USB header, although it was full ATX (you could see that a lot of components had solder pads but were simply not assembled) and a cheap 10 € aluminium cooler. You would expect it to work (it did), but run hot as heck (it did). We asked the seller why he chose such a cheap heat sink. While not answering that question, he then replaced it with some 15 € 92 mm cooler, which temperatures were even worse by about 5 K. He then said that "there is no better cooler for this CPU" and we "should not use the aluminium cooler because we do not recommend it any longer for this CPU". As my boss is always under this seller's spell, he took his word and shipped the system with the worse cooler. I could cry… I was not able to convince him to at least factor in the tests results or to look at coolers the seller does not sell by himself.

Long story short: Don't hear what some seller says about compatibility, until you did some of your own research or have asked for help.
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Old 2021-06-28, 20:49   #147
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Found a new factor from M168229723, another case recorded in between 2^73 to 2^75.

Not a single factor was found between TF 2^75 to 2^78 out of nearly 160 attempts from M168,***,*23 which has been quite an irregularity. I'll keep trying until it reaches 300+, if still no factors pull out from that range, then the dozenal base has something to do with this.

I'm sure my machine is working because M123347143, factor found between 2^75 to 2^76.
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Old 2021-06-28, 22:33   #148
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I'll keep trying until it reaches 300+, if still no factors pull out from that range, then the dozenal base has something to do with this.
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Old 2021-07-10, 00:31   #149
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A Japanese guy found a factor between 2^76 to 2^77 in the M168M range with a dozenal (8+3) ender, however it was not in the format of M168,***,*23 - M168101891

It's very possible that none of the remaining M168,***,*23 especially the dozenal 7 enders that I'm working on will have the factors between 2^75 to 2^78.

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A Japanese guy
Your assumption is not well founded.
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Your assumption is not well founded.
Yuji, Yuki, Yuta are all very common first names for the Japanese males. I recognize some people with the similar names too - https://twitter.com/YUJI_XBORDER
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Yuji, Yuki, Yuta are all very common first names for the Japanese males. I recognize some people with the similar names too
And yet, it says nothing about your choice to refer to the person by a guess about their race/ethnicity and refer to them in a somewhat distant and dehumanizing way when it had nothing at all to do with what you were posting about.
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Old 2021-07-10, 08:24   #153
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And yet, it says nothing about your choice to refer to the person by a guess about their race/ethnicity and refer to them in a somewhat distant and dehumanizing way when it had nothing at all to do with what you were posting about.
I can personally read and write basic Japanese characters and phrases. Thus, be able to recognize the common first and last names of that national origin is not so very hard knowledge at all.

Yuki = 勇輝

Very similar to say "David Johnson" is a common name among the American males.

M168101891 was factored by "Yuki Ito", type the full name into the Google Search, 100% certain this is a Japanese name.

More examples of Japanese names here -
https://www.nihonkiin.or.jp/player/htm/ki000385.html

Translations from English to Japanese is like Conversions from decimal to dozenal to me. 日本語がわかります.

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Old 2021-07-10, 10:36   #154
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It may be a Japanese name but it does not mean the person is Japanese.
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