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Old 2004-07-18, 09:48   #2
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"Patrik Johansson"
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I think that a P-1 always gives 0.001 years if you don't find a factor.

Also, AFAIK the LL credits are based on the default non-SSE2 FFT limits. The benchmark page shows these FFT crossover limits. They may be adjusted by the program after 1000 test iterations (see "New features in Version 22.8 of prime95.exe" in whatsnew.txt).

So the largest exponents currently handed out by the server lie in the range 24.93M-25.35M where SSE2 computers get less credit than what is motivated by the effort.
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