369*2^7536241 is prime
391*2^8634591 is prime Minutes apart. SWEET 
Great primes guys! An excellent week so far while I've been gone. :smile:

495*2^7041301 is new prime.

783*2^6993401 is prime

945*2^7036901 is prime

639*2^7006231 is new prime

649*2^7039171 is prime.

327*2^9491091 is prime!
this should make NPLB in prime score on place 6! and me holding the 5 biggest primes submitted with LLRnet on NPLB! 
Outstanding! Nice prime Karsten. One huge and one smaller target reached within 6 hours of one another.
This should now give us 1002 primes. 
351*2^8255861 is prime

405*2^7057951 confirmed prime.

685*2^7063331 is prime
kar_bon: this is a [b]new[/b] prime not yet in the Top5000, confirmed means, this is already in the Top5000 and you have verified it! the prime from the previous post is a confirmed one, because it was found by M.Curtis. 
[quote=Zachariassen;184063]685*2^7063331 is prime
kar_bon: this is a [B]new[/B] prime not yet in the Top5000, confirmed means, this is already in the Top5000 and you have verified it! the prime from the previous post is a confirmed one, because it was found by M.Curtis.[/quote] Futher clarification for Zachariassen: If you state "confirmed", it's already been found. If you do not state "confirmed", it is new. Karsten will know the difference. Some people choose to put the response from the top5000 site. If it is a new prime, it will state "added". If it has already been found, it will state "already in database". Either way is fine. I realize the term "confirmed" can be a little ambiguous. Gary 
[quote=gd_barnes;184104]Futher clarification for Zachariassen:
If you state "confirmed", it's already been found. If you do not state "confirmed", it is new. Karsten will know the difference. Some people choose to put the response from the top5000 site. If it is a new prime, it will state "added". If it has already been found, it will state "already in database". Either way is fine. I realize the term "confirmed" can be a little ambiguous. Gary[/quote] Oooookaaayyyyyy....didn't know that  now I do :smile: I just looked at what Vaughan did, thought he knew what he was doing... .....and it turned out he did, and I didn't :razz: I'll try doing a better job next time.... Tore 
421*2^7062191 is prime.
@Zach  it took me a while to get used to it too. Prime = new prime = added (to Top 5000 database) you want these critters :) Confirmed = old prime that you double checked and don't get ANY (!) recognition for [not fair I know] = already in database (at Top 5000 database) you don't want these beasts :( Have stern words to your computer and tell it to go find some new primes! 
[quote=vaughan;184219]Have stern words to your computer and tell it to go find some new primes![/quote]
Yes  I'll do that...:missingteeth: ...but  as you may noticed I'm runnin' against the IB5000server, and I'm not alone doin' that... and 'the other guy' is a real tough one  grabbin' (almost) all the primes (critters and beasts)... it's a hard world out there... 
[quote]...but  as you may noticed I'm runnin' against the IB5000server, and I'm not alone doin' that... and 'the other guy' is a real tough one  grabbin' (almost) all the primes (critters and beasts)... it's a hard world out there...
[/quote]Do I sense the start of a food fight? :razz: 
[quote=MyDogBuster;184234]Do I sense the start of a food fight? :razz:[/quote]
Oh no... :shock: Vaughan outruns me 10 to 1 !!! Well.. at least 5 to 1.... so I just pick up the pieces after he has ridin' over the 'knpairs' with his tremendous 'GHzpowah':batalov: 
Zach,
Just to let you know, you got a little unlucky to find the "confirmed" prime. For the 5th and 6th drives that run on ports IB4000 and IB5000, at most 10% of the effort is a double check so about 10% of the primes will have been already found. Gary 
723*2^7091521 is prime

937*2^7074571 is prime
873*2^7081901 is prime 939*2^7082751 is prime 981*2^7086771 is prime 819*2^7098031 is prime 945*2^7104331 is prime 
333*2^9820861 is prime!
the next (hope not last) from the first 6 k's minidrive. 
[quote=kar_bon;188051]333*2^9820861 is prime!
the next (hope not last) from the first 6 k's minidrive.[/quote] Nice primecongratulations! :smile: BTW, to all: if some of you wouldn't mind concentrating some resources on the first 6k minidrive (port G8000) until it's dried, it would be greatly appreciated. I would like to get this port dried before we move all the servers over to Gary's new server; the less port number overlaps we have to resolve, the better. :smile: I myself will be shifting an entire quad to G8000 in about a week or so when its current workload finishes, and I've sent an email to Gary asking him to join in as well. 
495*2^7124681 is prime (Thanks for the PM Gary).

465*2^7168051 is confirmed prime

471*2^7191221 is prime

after a long dry walk through the land of primes the raider strikes back:
351*2^9858171 is prime, from the 2nd 6 k's MiniDrive 
375*2^9367171 is prime

465*2^7220891 is confirmed prime
Whew, the 5th drive sure has been tough to find a new prime on. 
Finally, a new prime on something other than the 11th drive:
585*2^7245301 is prime 
from drive #6:
699*2^7169771 is prime 
519*2^7254711 is prime :smile:

957*2^7260851 is prime

745*2^7189391 is prime

961*2^7268351 is prime

651*2^7203181 is prime

new prime for drive #6
797*2^7228121 is prime

411*2^7311531 is prime
495*2^7325661 is prime 
next drive #6 prime
741*2^7248341 is prime

775*2^7253411 is prime
429*2^7333151 is prime 
807*2^7318021 is prime
BTW, this gives me 200 "active" primes on the Top 5000 list. A personal goal achieved. 
375*2^9765331 is prime

Great work Ian. In the former words of Chris, "You now own 4% of the top 5000.".
Nice prime for k=375 too! :smile: 
2 primes in an n=~1700 range for k=495 at n>730K! :smile:
495*2^7342771 is prime 
579*2^7354591 is prime

This one has a nice "ring" to it:
695*2^7300001 is prime 
797*2^7323181 is prime
469*2^7397291 is prime 
451*2^7403571 is prime. 222873 digits added# 91026

425*2^7425061 is prime. 223520 digits added:91054

699*2^7368451 is prime

927*2^7404761 is prime

767*2^7386201 is prime

759*2^7416441 is prime.
615*2^7422591 is prime. 
2 primes in an n=3K range for a 100k drive at n>740K. Very good. Nice finds Bruce!

411*2^7468711 is prime

Drive #7
909*2^7506891 is prime
this is my 12th prime out of the 20 greatest done by LLRnet for NPLB! 
drive #7 again
961*2^7529911 is prime

... and again
879*2^7568331 is prime
and the 13th for me out of the 20 greatest ones with LLRnet. 
next
875*2^7573621 is prime

441*2^7496931 is prime

[FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans serif]665*2^7472021 is prime
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803*2^7613621 is prime

521*2^7591461 is prime

3 primes in 4 hours on 3 different drives/servers; 2 for n>749K!:
773*2^7499141 is prime 597*2^7609961 is prime :) 
From the 6th drive 4 hours before switching the remainder of my machines to the rally:
747*2^7501691 is prime 
411*2^7629351 is prime

Lennart found 489*2^7800401 is confirmed prime.

583*2^7815151 Is Prime
Reported Lennart 
[quote=gd_barnes;213697]Lennart found 489*2^7800401 is confirmed prime.[/quote]
Hey Gary, I saw you put this in the k=10033000 thread by accident; I moved it here. 
Thanks Max. Now I have one:
545*2^7648121 is prime Jamers also found: 405*2^7657771 is confirmed prime 
459*2^7821681 Is Prime
Reported Lennart 
407*2^7691661 is prime

513*2^7754551 is prime!

[URL="http://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=92632"]353*2^11143561[/URL] is prime! This is [URL="http://primes.utm.edu/bios/page.php?id=1389"]my[/URL] largest prime by almost 100k digits, which was 50k more digits than the largest one below that, and obviously this is also my first megabit prime. :smile: Amazing what a difference a quad i5 makes compared to a dualcore Athlon!

... and with about 40,000 digits more than the greatest prime found with LLRnet/PRPnet for NPLB so far!
Congrats! So this is now the new No.1 of the biggest primes here. (The next 7 places are mine! :grin:) 
[quote=kar_bon;214607]... and with about 40,000 digits more than the greatest prime found with LLRnet/PRPnet for NPLB so far!
Congrats! So this is now the new No.1 of the biggest primes here. (The next 7 places are mine! :grin:)[/quote] Not sure if you're aware of this, but I found this on a private PRPnet server, run on my quad and only accessed by my quad. So then this is NPLB's second largest prime yet, and the largest found on an LLRnet/PRPnet server (and is 40k digits more than the largest found on a public LLRnet/PRPnet server). And BTW I have it set up to export its results to the NPLB DB every night. So this prime will be appearing in the NPLB DB around midnight CDT. 
[QUOTE=MiniGeek;214612]Not sure if you're aware of this, but I found this on a private PRPnet server, run on my quad and only accessed by my quad, which exports its results to the NPLB DB every night. So this prime will be appearing in the NPLB DB around midnight CDT.[/QUOTE]
Yep, I know. I'll process the resultfiles the next days. 
413*2^7868241 is prime

[quote=MiniGeek;214605][URL="http://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=92632"]353*2^11143561[/URL] is prime! This is [URL="http://primes.utm.edu/bios/page.php?id=1389"]my[/URL] largest prime by almost 100k digits, which was 50k more digits than the largest one below that, and obviously this is also my first megabit prime. :smile: Amazing what a difference a quad i5 makes compared to a dualcore Athlon![/quote]
Congrats on a huge prime Tim! Much bigger than my largest! :smile: 
[quote=gd_barnes;214635]Congrats on a huge prime Tim! Much bigger than my largest! :smile:[/quote]
Indeed, it's NPLB's secondlargest prime overallsecond only to Cruelty's [URL="http://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=89030"]311*2^15816861[/URL], which was found in "extended" searching beyond the end of our first indivdiualk drive (effectively, in the current one). 
Lennart found 577*2^7851211 is prime. :smile:

441*2^7944091 is prime

Lennart found 525*2^7965601 is prime.

After only one day at the new 6kMiniDrive with half of my Quad:
345*2^10002511 is prime! My 2nd Megabitprime and my first for NPLB! 
[quote=kar_bon;215391]After only one day at the new 6kMiniDrive with half of my Quad:
345*2^10002511 is prime! My 2nd Megabitprime and my first for NPLB![/quote] Congrats! :smile: I should be so lucky. I've literally run 1000s of tests at CRUS and previously at RPS and never been able to hit a megabit one yet. Alas, I will get one in this drive at some point, whether it be in the 6k drive or with individual reservations. There will be plenty to go around. Do you suppose that is the smallest megabit Riesel prime for k<400 on the top5000 site? If so, is it the smallest for both Riesel and Sierp? That's pretty cool that one came around so quickly. 
[quote=gd_barnes;215404]Do you suppose that is the smallest megabit Riesel prime for k<400 on the top5000 site? If so, is it the smallest for both Riesel and Sierp? That's pretty cool that one came around so quickly.[/quote]
From looking at the top 5000 list, definitely yes. It's the smallest megabit prime for Riesel or Sierp with k<1213. These are the megabit primes up to his:[code] 345a 345*2^10002511 301109 L536 2010 346b 1213*2^10000991 301063 L121 2010 347 8009271*2^10000051 301039 g396 2009 348 1611111*2^1000000+1 301037 p197 2007 349 1089927*2^1000000+1 301037 p197 2006 350 32883*2^1000004+1 301036 p86 2002 [/code]Coincidentally, Karsten's megabit prime, which has a k of [B]345[/B], has an entry and current (as of this post) rank of [B]345[/B]. :smile: Congrats on the big prime! (2^1000000 has 301030 digits, so this is a full list, regardless of what n was actually used) 
533*2^7980221 is prime

This is the 1st time I've had 2 n>=750K primes in one day.
719*2^7502921 is prime 549*2^8006031 is prime It looks like Sloth has an even bigger one on the PRPnet server. A nice day for the big primes! :smile: 
435*2^8103731 is prime.
Submitted to the list. Any items that should be listed besides LLR and NPLB? S. 
[QUOTE=Sloth;215908]Any items that should be listed besides LLR and NPLB?
[/QUOTE] And Srsieve, too. Oh, and congrats to your first quite big prime here! 
475*2^8114071 is Prime! :smile:
Lennart 
577*2^8116571 is prime
S. 
447*2^8070891 is prime

531*2^8079851 is prime :blush: :smile:

577*2^8139851 is prime

[QUOTE=Sloth;217423]577*2^8139851 is prime[/QUOTE]
Now this is amazing! The third prime for k=577 (n=785121, 811657 and 813985) of the 5th Drive (n>600k) and all three found with PRPnet! 
495*2^8200861 is Prime! :smile:

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