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kruoli 2022-05-16 08:14

Added 133936 : 325*2^2890955-1 (870267 digits)

Chigoma333 2022-05-18 04:25

333*2^4846958-1 is prime! (1459083 decimal digits)


[SPOILER]My First Prime[/SPOILER]:banana:

Luminescence 2022-05-18 04:55

Added 133945 : 465*2^1847589-1 (556183 digits)

gd_barnes 2022-05-18 05:02

[QUOTE=Chigoma333;606030]333*2^4846958-1 is prime! (1459083 decimal digits)

[SPOILER]My First Prime[/SPOILER]:banana:[/QUOTE]

:banana::bow wave:

A HUGE congrats on your first prime and what an extraordinary one it is!

It is the largest prime ever found by NPLB by almost 600,000 digits!! It enters the top-5000 list ranked #303!

I take it by your ID and search effort that 333 is your lucky number. :smile:

Luminescence 2022-05-22 05:08

Added 133959 : 429*2^1856373-1 (558827 digits)
Added 133960 : 525*2^1856834-1 (558966 digits)

I also "found" the known prime 435*2^1853363-1 which is already listed in T5k

gd_barnes 2022-05-25 07:49

Max found:
889*2^1715909-1 is prime

gd_barnes 2022-05-25 10:27

321*2^2946654-1 is prime!

My first top-5000 prime on this drive. :smile:

gd_barnes 2022-05-26 06:18

They come in pairs...

303*2^2949403-1 is prime!

brucemoreg 2022-05-26 18:27

My 1st prime is Top 5000 :) :) :)
 
I've only been working on discovering prime numbers since Jan 2021


:smile::smile::smile:
NPLB port 9000, k=400-600, n=1M-2M
Starting Lucas Lehmer Riesel prime test of 435*2^1857332-1
Using AMD K10 FFT length 128K, Pass1=128, Pass2=1K
V1 = 9 ; Computing U0...done.
435*2^1857332-1 is prime! (559116 decimal digits) Time : 1376.078 sec.
[2022-05-20 06:36:49 PDT] G9000: 435*2^1857332-1 is prime
[2022-05-20 06:36:49 PDT] Total Time: 42:52:56 Total Work Units: 114 Special Results Found: 1
:smile::smile::smile:

gd_barnes 2022-05-26 19:48

[QUOTE=brucemoreg;606572]I've only been working on discovering prime numbers since Jan 2021

:smile::smile::smile:
NPLB port 9000, k=400-600, n=1M-2M
Starting Lucas Lehmer Riesel prime test of 435*2^1857332-1
Using AMD K10 FFT length 128K, Pass1=128, Pass2=1K
V1 = 9 ; Computing U0...done.
435*2^1857332-1 is prime! (559116 decimal digits) Time : 1376.078 sec.
[2022-05-20 06:36:49 PDT] G9000: 435*2^1857332-1 is prime
[2022-05-20 06:36:49 PDT] Total Time: 42:52:56 Total Work Units: 114 Special Results Found: 1
:smile::smile::smile:[/QUOTE]
Congrats on your first top-5000 prime!

odicin 2022-05-27 06:55

Added [URL="https://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=133982"]133982[/URL] : 993*2^1717566-1 (517042 digits) on port 2000


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