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Old 2016-11-01, 17:24   #1
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Default To 100M to 75 Bits

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YYYY-MM   71-Exp    71-Days   72-Exp    72-Days   73-Exp    73-Days   74-Exp    74-Days   Total-Days
2016-11  287,983  1,514,036  353,420  3,721,261  376,132  7,957,670  400,961  17,290,758  30,483,724
Assumed:
- All exponents 66M to 99M should/will be factored to 75 Bits.
- Equal distribution of exponents in each Million range.
- Used GhzDays for x.5M exponent for the entire Million range
- Reduced by exponents expected to be factored in each range

DID NOT account for what P-1 would eliminate though I believe that is NOT done until after TF to 75 is done.
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Old 2016-11-01, 18:58   #2
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Assumed: All exponents 66M to 99M should/will be factored to 75 Bits.
1. All exponents up to 80M have already been TFed to at least 75 bits.

2. For some users going to 76 bits makes sense above 80M, depending on their cards.

3. There is no rush on this. The LL'ing is far behind.
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1. All exponents up to 80M have already been TFed to at least 75 bits.
There are a almost 23,000 between 66M and 70M not yet at 75 Bits.
I suspect these exponents have already been LL'd.
So this would be more of a DC-TF ... granted DC is a VERYYYYYYY long way from there.
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So this would be more of a DC-TF ... granted DC is a VERYYYYYYY long way from there.
LOL... Yeah, DCTF to that range and depth is a very long way away (read: years).

LLTF to 76 bits is clearly more important at the moment, and interestingly some are already working that for the P-1'ers currently.
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There are a almost 23,000 between 66M and 70M not yet at 75 Bits.
I suspect these exponents have already been LL'd.
So this would be more of a DC-TF ... granted DC is a VERYYYYYYY long way from there.
And they should probably remain at 74 bits. Going to 75 bits only makes sense to do before both LL tests.
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And they should probably remain at 74 bits. Going to 75 bits only makes sense to do before both LL tests.
Totally +1 !
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YYYY-MM	 71-Exp	  71-Days 	 72-Exp	  72-Days	 73-Exp	  73-Days	 74-Exp	  74-Days	Total-Days	Percent
2016-11	287,983	1,514,036	353,420	3,721,261	376,132	7,957,670	400,961	17,290,758	30,483,724	100.00%
2017-04	185,543	  954,413	259,261	2,659,396	304,180	6,306,903	341,956	14,554,544	24,475,256	80.29%
Almost 20 Percent progress.

Understood that from 83M on we are going to 76 bits ... and maybe before 100M to 77 bits?
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