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How long does a number that is ~2^100000000 (near the world record) usually take on a fast cpu with prime95? Just curious on the timescale. Also I am not really interested in python.
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A week or two for Mersenne. Other forms take longer because they are not so simple in form and there is a special "transform" for Mersenne numbers,
Or, 65 to 75 hours on a 2080 Ti, or 25 to 28 hours on a Radeon VII (depends on your clocking, cooling, etc). Here a GPU comparison, you can coarsely scale those numbers to the card you have.
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