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Old 2005-06-01, 10:06   #1
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Default 33.15M - 33.21928M to 62 bits

title says it all
moderately small range (1663 exponents) to run on older machine
estimated runtime: 35 days
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Old 2005-06-23, 11:13   #2
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Default 33.10M - 10,000,000digits instead

the computer is pleasantly surprising me with its times - looking like 25 days instead of 35
as such, since no one else claimed it I'll add on 33.10M-33.15M to this range, which should be 18-20 days worth of work (20-23 total)
wish i could go back to while it did this though
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Old 2005-08-04, 21:58   #3
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range completed and results sent to George along with some 69M updates
2921 exponents tested
60 factors found
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