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2021-02-15, 21:02   #903
ryanp

Jun 2012
Boulder, CO

22×3×23 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by rogue Since they do not have any residues for the n smaller than the one that yielded a prime they will search the n below that prime that have not been tested. Out of curiosity did you do your own sieving or did you use the file they have?
I did my own sieving. I wasn't even aware they had sieved k=2293 for 12e6 <= n <= 15e6.

 2021-02-15, 21:16 #904 kar_bon     Mar 2006 Germany 43×67 Posts Ryan, you're aware of the Wiki and also got an account: please let us know your searched ranges here or in the Wiki to avoid doblechecks or doing others work. On your Person-page there're several reserved values, but only found primes are known, no ranges. I'm trying to keep those data for history and for others to make searches in such high ranges not disappointed for anybody. Filling in missing/not known ranges in prime search is a unlikely work for everybody but to keep it scientific under the aspect of a mathmatical proof it's necessary.
2021-02-15, 21:51   #905
masser

Jul 2003

22·3·131 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by rogue As you probably know someone over at PrimeGrid has accused you of poaching. Not knowing the history I have no opinion on whether or not poaching occurred here.
:karma:

 2021-02-21, 16:05 #906 rebirther     Sep 2011 Germany AD316 Posts 326*80^398799+1 found by Ralfy (758953 digits) 295*80^404886+1 found by grcpool.com-3 (770537 digits) 628*80^491322+1 found by grc.arikado.pool (935033 digits)
 2021-02-25, 22:57 #907 pepi37     Dec 2011 After milion nines:) 3·11·43 Posts
 2021-03-06, 15:22 #908 rebirther     Sep 2011 Germany 53238 Posts 3580*408^222030+1 found by KySU (579649 digits)
 2021-03-06, 19:25 #909 rebirther     Sep 2011 Germany 53238 Posts 1693*396^228140+1 found by axelpq (592642 digits) 4821*396^263301+1 found by KySU (683980 digits) 3338*396^280633+1 found by grcpool.com-3 (729003 digits) 2136*396^285974+1 found by FoulOleRon (742877 digits) 1818*378^217098+1 found by Viktor Svantner (559572 digits) 5428*378^249058+1 found by eLPeCKo (641949 digits) 3478*378^260076+1 found by Doug (670348 digits)
 2021-03-13, 09:05 #910 rebirther     Sep 2011 Germany 17·163 Posts 27*342^232379+1 found by LennStar (588856 digits) 552*360^230680+1 found by Lars_Seidel (589691 digits)
 2021-03-29, 15:47 #911 KEP Quasi Admin Thing     May 2005 22·241 Posts A dream came true :) On March 28th at 09:44 local time, a dream came true One of my Ryzen PC's found following prime: 104*383^408249+1 It is 1,054,591 digits and it enters at 449th largest prime
2021-03-29, 16:53   #912
masser

Jul 2003

22·3·131 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by KEP On March 28th at 09:44 local time, a dream came true One of my Ryzen PC's found following prime: 104*383^408249+1 It is 1,054,591 digits and it enters at 449th largest prime
Congrats! How many k left in S383?

2021-03-29, 19:19   #913
gd_barnes

May 2007
Kansas; USA

286616 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by KEP On March 28th at 09:44 local time, a dream came true One of my Ryzen PC's found following prime: 104*383^408249+1 It is 1,054,591 digits and it enters at 449th largest prime

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