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Old 2013-01-27, 04:47   #67
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It probably does not matter, but it is an Ivy Bridge processor.

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[Jan 26 06:05:24] M×××××××× Iter# = 1000000 clocks = 00:00:00.000 [  0.0171 sec/iter] Res64: DEADBEEFBAADF00D. AvgMaxErr = 0.159785313. MaxErr = 0.218750000
Mike totally gave away the exponent by posting the residue!
Anyone can run a million iterations for every suspicious expo and check for a match. Damn!

It matches my residue, though, so that's good. So far, so good.
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Old 2013-01-27, 04:52   #68
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It probably does not matter, but it is an Ivy Bridge processor.
Sandy, Ivy - dated 'em both and I still get 'em mixed up, cad that I am.

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It matches my residue, though, so that's good. So far, so good.
The exxxxxxxponent matches mine, too. Mike totally gave the game away.

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Old 2013-01-27, 05:20   #69
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I got the last save file from Curtis and re-ran the last 1000 iterations - we have a winner!!!! Of course, y'all still have to wait for the official verifications.
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Old 2013-01-27, 05:22   #70
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Sandy, Ivy - dated 'em both and I still get 'em mixed up, cad that I am.



The exxxxxxxponent matches mine, too. Mike totally gave the game away.
I got mine running!

[Work thread Jan 26 23:20] Iteration: 19910000 / ×××××××× [33.09%]. Per iteration time: 0.008 sec.
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Old 2013-01-27, 05:23   #71
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I got the last save file from Curtis and re-ran the last 1000 iterations - we have a winner!!!! Of course, y'all still have to wait for the official verifications.
Awesome News - Congrats!
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Old 2013-01-27, 05:35   #72
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Nobody has posted any guesses so far. It would seem that sleuthing is indeed much harder now.
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Old 2013-01-27, 05:40   #73
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I got mine running!

[Work thread Jan 26 23:20] Iteration: 19910000 / ×××××××× [33.09%]. Per iteration time: 0.008 sec.

19910000/0.3309 > 60,169,000. It's a BIG one!
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Old 2013-01-27, 05:49   #74
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Hee hee, it's also impossible to look up LL results in the 60M range right now @ http://www.mersenne.org/report_LL/
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Old 2013-01-27, 06:16   #75
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My guess: M60195613.

It's the only exponent in the neighborhood that isn't assigned to someone or have an unverified LL result. I tried to manually request it for a double check, but it was not available. Hmm...

Edit: maybe not. 19910000 / 60195613 !~ 0.3309.

Edit 2: The P-1 just completed today. It's definitely not M60195613.

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Old 2013-01-27, 06:21   #76
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Edit 3: Assigned LL testing to "nextPrime" on 2013-01-27

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Old 2013-01-27, 06:22   #77
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My guess: M60195613.

It's the only exponent in the neighborhood that isn't assigned to someone or have an unverified LL result. I tried to manually request it for a double check, but it was not available. Hmm...

Edit: maybe not. 19910000 / 60195613 !~ 0.3309.

Edit 2: The P-1 just completed today. It's definitely not M60195613.
You should reserve it for first time LL test.

Edit 1: nextPrime is me.
Edit 2: I've unreserved it.

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