20060430, 09:16  #320 
Mar 2005
Internet; Ukraine, Kiev
110010111_{2} Posts 
A milestone: 10 numbers factored to 2^74. Maybe it doesn't sound very exciting, but, nevertheless, it is much work for our "quiet" project.
Thanks everyone and keep going! 
20060502, 09:21  #321 
Sep 2005
Raleigh, North Carolina
151_{16} Posts 
M332194021 no factor to 2^73, Wc1: 7458A2A3

20060710, 21:51  #322 
"Erling B."
Dec 2005
59_{16} Posts 
I will take 332193457 from 72  73 bits with Factor4.
It will take some time 
20060725, 09:00  #323 
Mar 2004
Belgium
29^{2} Posts 
I will try these canditates
332194063 from 66.00 to 70.00 332194069 from 66.00 to 70.00 
20060725, 18:53  #324  
Mar 2004
Belgium
29^{2} Posts 
Quote:
Regards Cedric 

20060727, 06:01  #325 
Mar 2004
Belgium
29^{2} Posts 
No factors for 332194063 from 66.0 to 67.0

20060728, 11:46  #326 
Mar 2004
Belgium
29^{2} Posts 
M332194069 no factor from 66.000 bits to 67.000 bits.

20061114, 23:33  #327 
"Erling B."
Dec 2005
89 Posts 
M332193457 no factor from 72.000 bits to 73.000 bits.

20070113, 14:57  #328 
Mar 2005
Internet; Ukraine, Kiev
11·37 Posts 
I want to sum up all results from 2006.
My goal was to bring as much as possible wide ranges to 64 bits. Now we have 0.7M at 64 bits. 332100000332199999: 63 bits, 136 left 332300000332399999: 56 bits, 2681 left 332400000332799999: 64 bits, 9428 left 332800000332899999: 64 bits, 2332 left 333000000333099999: 64 bits, 2375 left 333100000333199999: 64 bits, 2418 left Results from deep factoring: current range is 332192831332194207 74 bits: 19 candidates 73 bits: 1 candidate 67 bits: 3 candidates No factors were found in deep factoring in 2006. Thanks everyone who donated their CPU time to our project! Thanks George for Prime95! Thanks Ernst for Mfactor, my Athlon64 is running it 24/7! 
20080229, 05:18  #329 
A Sunny Moo
Aug 2007
USA (GMT5)
6249_{10} Posts 
Is this project still active? If so, what does one need to do to participate?

20080303, 14:13  #330 
May 2005
Brutal Police State, UK
1111100_{2} Posts 
My friend 'Iffy Bob' is going to factor M332194033 from 67 to 75 bits,
and I have set up Prime 95 on his computer to do this work. 
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