This is a bit old, but Rieselsieve found a million+ digit prime a month ago:
[url]http://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=85221[/url] Unfortunately, their website, [url]http://www.rieselsieve.com/[/url] , appears to have been down for the past two weeks. 
[QUOTE=MooooMoo;138119]This is a bit old, but Rieselsieve found a million+ digit prime a month ago:
[url]http://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=85221[/url] Unfortunately, their website, [url]http://www.rieselsieve.com/[/url] , appears to have been down for the past two weeks.[/QUOTE] yes, i noticed this prime first in the Top5000 database. see [url]http://www.rieselprime.org/RieselProblem.htm[/url] too 
[URL="http://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=85350"]WOW![/URL] :tu:

According to PrimeGrid news they have found a new "321" prime. This will most likely put RPS on the 7th place in terms of score...

[quote=Cruelty;139473]According to PrimeGrid news they have found a new "321" prime. This will most likely put RPS on the 7th place in terms of score...[/quote]
At this point, I thought that Primegrid would get full credit for the prime. I think the 321search project stopped at n=5M. (Anyone know for sure?) You are correct, RPS lead over 321search is 49932608 or a 2385 difference. Assuming halfcredit, it would take a prime with a score of 4770 for 321search to overtake RPS, which an exponent of n=~5.4M should be. But I'm sure it wouldn't take long for RPS to hop back into 6th again. :smile: 
[quote=gd_barnes;139542]At this point, I thought that Primegrid would get full credit for the prime. I think the 321search project stopped at n=5M. (Anyone know for sure?)
You are correct, RPS lead over 321search is 49932608 or a 2385 difference. Assuming halfcredit, it would take a prime with a score of 4770 for 321search to overtake RPS, which an exponent of n=~5.4M should be. But I'm sure it wouldn't take long for RPS to hop back into 6th again. :smile:[/quote] I hear PrimeGrid has now held off on 3*2^n1 for the time beingnow they're doing 3*2^n+1 until it's caught up with the former. So, that's probably what they found, in which case they would get full credit, because 3*2^n+1 is a project they're doing all on their own. 
[QUOTE=Anonymous;139551]I hear PrimeGrid has now held off on 3*2^n1 for the time beingnow they're doing 3*2^n+1 until it's caught up with the former. So, that's probably what they found, in which case they would get full credit, because 3*2^n+1 is a project they're doing all on their own.[/QUOTE]
[url]http://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=85438[/url] 
another one from Benson: 9*2^20609411 [url]http://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=85462[/url]

First primes with more than 10M digits
Two new, huge Mersenne primes!
2^431126091, 12978189 digits, found on August 23 2^371566671, 11185272 digits, found on September 6 
New Gen Woodall Record
Congrats to Hugo (p237) on the new GW record!
[URL="http://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=85721"]189620*19^1896201[/URL] (242483 digits). 
[URL="http://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=85758"]The first nonMersenne megaprime from Curtis Cooper[/URL] :tu:

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