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Old 2004-06-28, 19:42   #1
wfgarnett3
 
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"William Garnett III"
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Default get the 15th largest prime number in 3 months

Hi everyone,

I did research, and I see this LLRNET client over here:
http://www.rieselsieve.com

It includes PRP in it.
Now I can make the project totally automated, just like Prime95. You can start it once, and never have to go back to the computer. I won't be able to do this till the weekend of July 9th, when I get back home; my home computer will be the server.

I am trying to recruit 100Ghz of power. For instance, if we had 100Ghz of Pentium 4s, we would have a 63.2% chance of finding the 15th largest prime number in only 3 months!! I think that's a good deal :)

So if you can contribute anything (including non Pentium 4s) email me at:
wfgarnett3@yahoo.com
or post here and we can accomplish this finally

regards,
william garnett
http://www.people.iup.edu/vmrf/
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Old 2004-06-28, 20:51   #2
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4ghz added (as you know) looking forward to the server setup
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