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Old 2009-11-06, 13:35   #23
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I'll take 14320.
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Old 2009-11-06, 14:33   #24
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Done with 14706, 110 digits, 2*3 driver
Done with 14970, 110 digits, 2^2*3*7
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Old 2009-11-07, 11:49   #25
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14320 done and released.
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Old 2009-11-08, 10:23   #26
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Taking 16116.
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Old 2009-11-10, 15:10   #28
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I have been having a weird coincidence where the sequences I choose for this project take much longer to reach 110 digits than the 700k numbers that start at 80 digits. These sequences seem to be lingering between 100-110 digits for extended periods of time.
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I have been having a weird coincidence where the sequences I choose for this project take much longer to reach 110 digits than the 700k numbers that start at 80 digits. These sequences seem to be lingering between 100-110 digits for extended periods of time.
Well, the size is significantly larger, so you crunch the same number of indexes much slower, and many of these have perfect number drivers. Or are you seeing something more?

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Old 2009-11-10, 15:37   #30
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I am saying going from 80 to 110 digits is faster than 100 to 110 digits. In fact I had one sequence go from 80 to 133 digits in half the time it has taken for my last two sequences go from 100 to 110 digits. The one from 80-133 was 709512.

It shows how different the time can be to based on whether you get large cofactors that pass ecm or not
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Old 2009-11-12, 04:40   #31
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13524 is done.

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13554 is done.

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Old 2009-11-15, 20:03   #33
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Well 14994 (graph) has been interesting so far. It got up to 112 digits, hit the down driver and got back to 44 digits. It then went back up to 115 digits when it hit the down driver again and is currently going back down again.
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