20210926, 19:49  #1948 
"James Heinrich"
May 2004
exNorthern Ontario
7014_{8} Posts 
No doubt about it, and by a full 10 bits too!
https://www.mersenne.ca/userfactors/any/789/bits 
20210926, 20:30  #1949 
"Viliam Furík"
Jul 2018
Martin, Slovakia
1011101001_{2} Posts 
mersenne.ca agrees with the statement. Congratulations!
Last fiddled with by Viliam Furik on 20210926 at 20:32 Reason: Clarification: I didn't notice James's post. 
20210927, 12:42  #1950 
"Oliver"
Sep 2017
Porta Westfalica, DE
2·5·83 Posts 
Additionally, it's stage 1 only, so really impressive! (k = 5 × 37 × 251 × 1493 × 2203 × 9533 × 25301 × 59467 × 607147)

20210927, 22:23  #1951 
"Daniel Jackson"
May 2011
14285714285714285714
1010101000_{2} Posts 
M1960050767 has a factor: 2681764646543406705689 [TF:68:72:mfaktc 0.21 barrett76_mul32_gs]
k=2^2*11^2*349*4049977 
20210928, 09:09  #1952 
"University student"
May 2021
Beijing, China
3×5×13 Posts 
If you mean >1G factors, There are plenty of them. Really easy to find :)
M9936653029 has a factor: 213977058851543423 M9936653539 has a factor: 246744834363283577 M9936654059 has a factor: 272196433996068913 M9936654521 has a factor: 591144276498767839 M9936654757 has a factor: 728248663011034327 M9936654911 has a factor: 1037904750655600609 M9936655019 has a factor: 1007399390014580737 M9936655051 has a factor: 212091622097602769 M9936656221 has a factor: 951250388947975799 M9936656707 has a factor: 433804860337259969 M9936656729 has a factor: 307538631463444391 M9936657383 has a factor: 264243303974865209 M9936657853 has a factor: 888262011431568497 M9936657859 has a factor: 201544436421468281 Last fiddled with by Zhangrc on 20210928 at 09:11 
20210928, 09:18  #1953 
"Alexander"
Nov 2008
The Alamo City
2^{3}×97 Posts 
It doesn't have to be a particularly noteworthy factor for Stargate to be fond of it. (Reread the thread title.) Now, if we start adding sub64bit factors here, that may be crossing the line.

20210929, 06:45  #1954 
May 2013
Poland
2·3·17 Posts 
M3000409 has a 94.882bit (29digits) factor: 36506847546234971967385191137 (P+1, B1=15000000, B2=1530000000)
This is my first factor found using the P+1 method. The previous 36 attempts were unsuccessful. Success is diminished by the fact that this is the second factor for this Mersenne number 
20210929, 07:05  #1955 
Jun 2003
5264_{10} Posts 
That doesn't diminish the success. What does diminish it is the fact that this is a stealth P1 factor. i.e. Had you done P1 to the same bounds, it would have found the factor quicker.

20210929, 08:01  #1956  
May 2013
Poland
1100110_{2} Posts 
Quote:
Unfortunately, it is impossible to predict which method will prove more effective in a particular case. 

20210929, 13:54  #1957  
"James Heinrich"
May 2004
exNorthern Ontario
111000001100_{2} Posts 
Quote:


20210929, 17:06  #1958  
May 2013
Poland
2×3×17 Posts 
Quote:
Last fiddled with by Miszka on 20210929 at 17:09 

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