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Old 2006-05-18, 23:40   #1
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Default 47.1M to 47.5M to 62 bits

I'll take 47100000 through 47500000.
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Old 2006-05-20, 02:22   #2
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OK, I have just discovered I should probably leave factoring to my AMD...
My otherwise-fast P4 [Northwood @ 3.5GHz] (for which I originally claimed these exponents) does about 4.25 exponents/hr
My Opteron 165 @ 2.55GHz churns through about 33/hr
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Old 2006-07-01, 02:12   #3
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Completed, results emailed to George.
9904 candidates examined, 152 factors found.
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