20091124, 10:29  #111 
Feb 2003
780_{16} Posts 
Here are another 442 VPS for the Proth side.
Included are a few for E=148 out of which the best sequence up to n=10000 is: S 1333065872362221 148 100/6667 112/10000 Noteworthy is also the following: S 10894624054013 66 100/3393 110/10000 which is quite close to the 100/3258 record (S 1108828374241 52) 
20091124, 10:59  #112  
Jun 2003
Oxford, UK
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We now have 1350 of both using Robert G's program, of which 206 are 105 or more at 10000, and 17 at 110 or more. I will concentrate on taking the highlighted Riesel up a lot further. Last fiddled with by robert44444uk on 20091124 at 11:53 

20091124, 12:38  #113  
Feb 2003
2^{7}·3·5 Posts 
Here is just a little addition to the list of 442 VPS posted earlier (see attachment). I simply forgot to check the y values for higher factors. Meanwhile I checked for this and found that 17 of the 442 VPS are indeed members of higher E's. And it turns out that 9 of them are already known...
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Will switch to PFGW testing later. 

20091124, 14:58  #114  
Jun 2003
Oxford, UK
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I will take the star on as well. 

20091124, 16:42  #115 
Jun 2003
Oxford, UK
7F7_{16} Posts 
The star 13330...M148 was 125/20000 now 126/21359...going like a train
Of the others, 16937...M148 has gone from 102/10000 to 114/14538. That is impressive. Last fiddled with by robert44444uk on 20091124 at 16:46 
20091125, 10:51  #116 
Jun 2003
Oxford, UK
7F7_{16} Posts 
The star 13330...M148 slowed down a bit, hoping it will pick up speed soon, was 126/21359 now 134/44497. As a comparison, the best 17 Sierpinskis checked to higher levels were on average 129/40000, and the best 135/40000, so right up there, with a higher density of remaining candidates.
Of the others, all checked to 20000, all very promising, they should all do well 18597...M148 119/20000 16937...M148 118/20000 59473...M148 118/20000 No other M148 beat 113/20000 
20091126, 03:32  #117 
Jun 2003
Oxford, UK
2,039 Posts 
Star still performing well...137/55441
I am taking the three others to 30K, at n=29829 one of the three posted a superb 12 primes in the range 20K30K 18597...M148 119/20000 131/29829 So now we have two stars 
20091127, 04:34  #118 
Jun 2003
Oxford, UK
2,039 Posts 
13330...M148 now at 141/66669 very presentable
Records at this level are not known, because of lost results of R 638621868573 60. This candidate was apparently 149/75000. Of those where there is a full record, the Riesel best is 143 and Seirpinski 142. The other candidate slowed somewhat and I have stopped checking it 18597...M148 119/20000 131/30000 134/52361 
20091128, 04:31  #119 
Jun 2003
Oxford, UK
7F7_{16} Posts 
13330...M148 now at 143/75530. Will stop at 100000. This now is in the Sierpinski racing record books with 143/70581, beating previous record by 6000 n. Needs some more soon though to beat 148/100000

20091128, 16:05  #120 
Jun 2003
Oxford, UK
2,039 Posts 
13330...M148 now at 145/79597, but I am running 2 cores, and the other is blank from 85K92500.
Still 144/77520 and 145/78928 are both Sierpinski records, by a whisker. Need the next to appear by n=82797 
20091129, 08:48  #121 
Jun 2003
Oxford, UK
2,039 Posts 
13330...M148 now at 147/96228.
146/79804 and 147/94911 are both Sierpinski best. Need 148 to appear by n=97637. Does not look likely to hit 150/100000 which is a shame 
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