1084*343^287519+1 found by IDEA (728949 digits)

8*908^243439+1 found by Neriyah (720115 digits)

1111*792^1908011 found by Gibson Praise (553083 digits)
1067*792^2077051 found by whizbang (602083 digits) 1152*792^2646171 found by Doug (767056 digits) 963*792^2719591 found by grcpool.com (788338 digits) 
750*1017^2775561 found by Doug (834703 digits)

1334*567^2233441 found by grcpool.com3 (615000 digits)
694*567^2765681 found by Ralfy (761556 digits) 58*536^2967351 found by Neriyah (809841 digits) 
220*848^187868+1 found by JohnMD (550155 digits)

2016*991^178654+1 found by grcpool.com3 (535264 digits)
1260*991^218477+1 found by grc.arikado.pool (654577 digits) 2688*991^246849+1 found by grcpool.com3 (739582 digits) 
834*709^2273801 found by p3dcluster (648183 digits)
211*744^2772191 found by herby44 (796057 digits) 44*744^2979121 found by Neriyah (855478 digits) 
Correction and a prime for S383
Another k has fallen for S383: [URL="https://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=132995"]50 *383^463313+1[/URL]
It enters at position 354 on the Top5000 List. It seems my memory decieved me, on the status update on Oct 23rd 2021  the minimum testdepth for S383 remaining k's is at n=453K to n=463K. There is no need to update the testdepth, since it is a matter of weeks, before n=500000 is reached. Both the Ryzens are now back in business and I expect them to have reached n=600K or more at next update on april 23rd 2022. Sorry for the misleading. Now this primes makes 4 primes for n=200001 to n<=463K :smile: 
[QUOTE=KEP;593983]Another k has fallen for S383: [URL="https://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=132995"]50 *383^463313+1[/URL]
It enters at position 354 on the Top5000 List. It seems my memory decieved me, on the status update on Oct 23rd 2021  the minimum testdepth for S383 remaining k's is at n=453K to n=463K. There is no need to update the testdepth, since it is a matter of weeks, before n=500000 is reached. Both the Ryzens are now back in business and I expect them to have reached n=600K or more at next update on april 23rd 2022. Sorry for the misleading. Now this primes makes 4 primes for n=200001 to n<=463K :smile:[/QUOTE] A very nice very large prime! :smile: 
1006*639^291952+1 found by Ralfy (819075 digits)

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