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Old 2021-04-08, 16:21   #67
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Why can't you figure out the answer yourself, using the benchmark data publicly available?
This question is another example of wanting others to do your work for you. Go find benchmarks (Hint: there's a benchmark thread with links to the web pages that contain lots of data), decide how the number you want to test would scale from the data provided (Hint: the scaling is the same from chip to chip, once the comparision data is too big to fit in cache, which is the norm), and get your estimate.

I don't see why your purchase should depend on whether the new chip would take 18 days or 23 to test a number, anyway.
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Old 2021-04-09, 07:53   #68
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Finally found a factor after more than 1 month of trial and P-1 factoring, interesting the number fits the (k*dozen - 1) pattern -

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