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Re: 2023 Tour de Primes
2023/02/09 15:08:05
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Dear Primefinder, Congratulations! Our records indicate that a computer registered by you has found a unique prime number. This computer is running BOINC, is attached to the PrimeGrid project, and is assigned to the Generalized Fermat Prime Search n=18 (GFN18). What makes this prime unique is that it's large enough to enter the Top 5000 List in Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database. Since you have autoreporting selected, the following prime was submitted on your behalf: Added 135166 : 19322744^262144+1 (1910000 digits) This prime was found on this workunit which will automatically show as a prime result after verification by the Largest Known Primes Database.
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Re: 2023 Tour de Primes
2023/02/09 15:25:26
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bill1024 Dear Primefinder,
Congratulations! Our records indicate that a computer registered by you has found a unique prime number. This computer is running BOINC, is attached to the PrimeGrid project, and is assigned to the Generalized Fermat Prime Search n=18 (GFN18). What makes this prime unique is that it's large enough to enter the Top 5000 List in Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database. Since you have autoreporting selected, the following prime was submitted on your behalf: Added 135166 : 19322744^262144+1 (1910000 digits) This prime was found on this workunit which will automatically show as a prime result after verification by the Largest Known Primes Database.

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Re: 2023 Tour de Primes
2023/02/09 15:26:49
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Dear Primefinder,Congratulations! Our records indicate that a computer registered by you has found a unique prime number. This computer is running BOINC, is attached to the PrimeGrid project, and is assigned to the Generalized Fermat Prime Search n=16 (GFN16). What makes this prime unique is that it's large enough to enter the Top 5000 List in Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database. Since you have autoreporting selected, the following prime was submitted on your behalf: Added 135164 : 208805780^65536+1 (545243 digits) This prime was found on this workunit which will automatically show as a prime result after verification by the Largest Known Primes Database. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us and we will surely resolve any problems. Once again, congratulations on your find! Thank you for participating in PrimeGrid. PrimeGrid staff

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Re: 2023 Tour de Primes
2023/02/09 15:43:18
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Congratulations! Our records indicate that a computer registered by you has found a unique prime number. This computer is running BOINC, is attached to the PrimeGrid project, and is assigned to the Generalized Fermat Prime Search n=16 (GFN16). What makes this prime unique is that it's large enough to enter the Top 5000 List in Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database. Since you have autoreporting selected, the following prime was submitted on your behalf: Added 135164 : 208805780^65536+1 (545243 digits) This prime was found on this workunit which will automatically show as a prime result after verification by the Largest Known Primes Database. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us and we will surely resolve any problems. Once again, congratulations on your find! Thank you for participating in PrimeGrid. PrimeGrid staff
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Re: 2023 Tour de Primes
2023/02/10 13:58:48
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Dear Primefinder,Congratulations! Our records indicate that a computer registered by you has found a unique prime number. This computer is running BOINC, is attached to the PrimeGrid project, and is assigned to the Generalized Fermat Prime Search n=16 (GFN16). What makes this prime unique is that it's large enough to enter the Top 5000 List in Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database. Since you have autoreporting selected, the following prime was submitted on your behalf: Added 135186 : 210839596^65536+1 (545519 digits) This prime was found on this workunit which will automatically show as a prime result after verification by the Largest Known Primes Database. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us and we will surely resolve any problems. Once again, congratulations on your find! Thank you for participating in PrimeGrid. PrimeGrid staff

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Re: 2023 Tour de Primes
2023/02/10 14:41:12
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Re: 2023 Tour de Primes
2023/02/10 20:42:32
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Dear Primefinder,Congratulations! Our records indicate that a computer registered by you has found a unique prime number. This computer is running BOINC, is attached to the PrimeGrid project, and is assigned to the Generalized Fermat Prime Search n=16 (GFN16). What makes this prime unique is that it's large enough to enter the Top 5000 List in Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database. Since you have autoreporting selected, the following prime was submitted on your behalf: Added 135193 : 211619606^65536+1 (545624 digits) This prime was found on this workunit which will automatically show as a prime result after verification by the Largest Known Primes Database. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us and we will surely resolve any problems. Once again, congratulations on your find! Thank you for participating in PrimeGrid. PrimeGrid staff So far all my GFN16 are cpuGFN16_mt, so running the CPU gives better return on GFN16 CPU Tasks than Proth Prime Search LLR (PPS) CPU Tasks.
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Re: 2023 Tour de Primes
2023/02/11 02:57:05
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Dear Primefinder,Congratulations! Our records indicate that a computer registered by you has found a unique prime number. This computer is running BOINC, is attached to the PrimeGrid project, and is assigned to the Generalized Fermat Prime Search n=18 (GFN18). What makes this prime unique is that it's large enough to enter the Top 5000 List in Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database. Since you have autoreporting selected, the following prime was submitted on your behalf: Added 135194 : 19527922^262144+1 (1911202 digits) This prime was found on this workunit which will automatically show as a prime result after verification by the Largest Known Primes Database. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us and we will surely resolve any problems. Once again, congratulations on your find! Thank you for participating in PrimeGrid. PrimeGrid staff Sorry Bill, I was running all GFN19 and thought I should change to GFN18.
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Re: 2023 Tour de Primes
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Re: 2023 Tour de Primes
2023/02/11 15:48:16
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Re: 2023 Tour de Primes
2023/02/12 09:59:33
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Mega for Shifttfreeride T5K, task 9 Feb 2023 New to the Team Intel(R) Core(TM) i99900K CPU @ 3.60GHz [Family 6 Model 158 Stepping 12] Number of processors 16 NVIDIA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 (8191MB) driver: 51694, vbox 6.1.34
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Re: 2023 Tour de Primes
2023/02/13 09:32:27
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Dear Primefinder,Congratulations! Our records indicate that a computer registered by you has found a unique prime number. This computer is running BOINC, is attached to the PrimeGrid project, and is assigned to the Generalized Fermat Prime Search n=16 (GFN16). What makes this prime unique is that it's large enough to enter the Top 5000 List in Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database. Since you have autoreporting selected, the following prime was submitted on your behalf: Added 135238 : 215789524^65536+1 (546180 digits) This prime was found on this workunit which will automatically show as a prime result after verification by the Largest Known Primes Database. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us and we will surely resolve any problems. Once again, congratulations on your find! Thank you for participating in PrimeGrid. PrimeGrid staff

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Re: 2023 Tour de Primes
2023/02/13 12:46:45
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Bummer, 3 minutes later the page came up. We are Killing them Servers over on PG
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Re: 2023 Tour de Primes
2023/02/13 18:25:29
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Dear Primefinder, Congratulations! Our records indicate that a computer registered by you has found a unique prime number. This computer is running BOINC, is attached to the PrimeGrid project, and is assigned to the Generalized Fermat Prime Search n=17 Mega (GFN17Mega). What makes this prime unique is that it's large enough to enter the Top 5000 List in Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database. Since you have autoreporting selected, the following prime was submitted on your behalf: Added 135260 : 146520528^131072+1 (1070321 digits) This prime was found on this workunit which will automatically show as a prime result after verification by the Largest Known Primes Database.

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Re: 2023 Tour de Primes
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Re: 2023 Tour de Primes
2023/02/14 09:42:55
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Re: 2023 Tour de Primes
2023/02/14 09:46:27
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Nice mega Opolis congrats! Grats! shiftfreeride on your prime find.
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Re: 2023 Tour de Primes
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Re: 2023 Tour de Primes
2023/02/14 13:22:31
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Dear Primefinder,Congratulations! Our records indicate that a computer registered by you has found a unique prime number. This computer is running BOINC, is attached to the PrimeGrid project, and is assigned to the Generalized Fermat Prime Search n=16 (GFN16). What makes this prime unique is that it's large enough to enter the Top 5000 List in Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database. Since you have autoreporting selected, the following prime was submitted on your behalf: Added 135268 : 217861586^65536+1 (546452 digits) This prime was found on this workunit which will automatically show as a prime result after verification by the Largest Known Primes Database. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us and we will surely resolve any problems. Once again, congratulations on your find! Thank you for participating in PrimeGrid. PrimeGrid staff

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Re: 2023 Tour de Primes
2023/02/15 16:06:28
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Dear Primefinder, Congratulations! Our records indicate that a computer registered by you has found a unique prime number. This computer is running BOINC, is attached to the PrimeGrid project, and is assigned to the Generalized Fermat Prime Search n=16 (GFN16). What makes this prime unique is that it's large enough to enter the Top 5000 List in Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database. Since you have autoreporting selected, the following prime was submitted on your behalf: Added 135305 : 218274630^65536+1 (546505 digits) This prime was found on this workunit which will automatically show as a prime result after verification by the Largest Known Primes Database. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us and we will surely resolve any problems. Once again, congratulations on your find! Thank you for participating in PrimeGrid. PrimeGrid staff About time! I was beginning to think I was cursed to not find a single prime during this event.

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Re: 2023 Tour de Primes
2023/02/15 18:02:28
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Khalifrio Dear Primefinder,
Congratulations! Our records indicate that a computer registered by you has found a unique prime number. This computer is running BOINC, is attached to the PrimeGrid project, and is assigned to the Generalized Fermat Prime Search n=16 (GFN16). What makes this prime unique is that it's large enough to enter the Top 5000 List in Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database. Since you have autoreporting selected, the following prime was submitted on your behalf: Added 135305 : 218274630^65536+1 (546505 digits) This prime was found on this workunit which will automatically show as a prime result after verification by the Largest Known Primes Database. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us and we will surely resolve any problems. Once again, congratulations on your find! Thank you for participating in PrimeGrid. PrimeGrid staff About time! I was beginning to think I was cursed to not find a single prime during this event.

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Re: 2023 Tour de Primes
2023/02/16 11:54:30
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Dear Primefinder,Congratulations! Our records indicate that a computer registered by you has found a unique prime number. This computer is running BOINC, is attached to the PrimeGrid project, and is assigned to the Generalized Fermat Prime Search n=16 (GFN16). What makes this prime unique is that it's large enough to enter the Top 5000 List in Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database. Since you have autoreporting selected, the following prime was submitted on your behalf: Added 135315 : 221424298^65536+1 (546913 digits) This prime was found on this workunit which will automatically show as a prime result after verification by the Largest Known Primes Database. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us and we will surely resolve any problems. Once again, congratulations on your find! Thank you for participating in PrimeGrid. PrimeGrid staff

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Re: 2023 Tour de Primes
2023/02/19 13:16:03
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Dear Primefinder,Congratulations! Our records indicate that a computer registered by you has found a unique prime number. This computer is running BOINC, is attached to the PrimeGrid project, and is assigned to the Generalized Fermat Prime Search n=16 (GFN16). What makes this prime unique is that it's large enough to enter the Top 5000 List in Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database. Since you have autoreporting selected, the following prime was submitted on your behalf: Added 135446 : 232946282^65536+1 (548357 digits) This prime was found on this workunit which will automatically show as a prime result after verification by the Largest Known Primes Database. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us and we will surely resolve any problems. Once again, congratulations on your find! Thank you for participating in PrimeGrid. PrimeGrid staff
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Re: 2023 Tour de Primes
2023/02/20 15:54:40
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Dear Primefinder,Congratulations! Our records indicate that a computer registered by you has found a unique prime number. This computer is running BOINC, is attached to the PrimeGrid project, and is assigned to the Generalized Fermat Prime Search n=16 (GFN16). What makes this prime unique is that it's large enough to enter the Top 5000 List in Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database. Since you have autoreporting selected, the following prime was submitted on your behalf: Added 135484 : 236868816^65536+1 (548832 digits) This prime was found on this workunit which will automatically show as a prime result after verification by the Largest Known Primes Database. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us and we will surely resolve any problems. Once again, congratulations on your find! Thank you for participating in PrimeGrid. PrimeGrid staff

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Re: 2023 Tour de Primes
2023/02/21 08:58:27
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Dear Primefinder,Congratulations! Our records indicate that a computer registered by you has found a unique prime number. This computer is running BOINC, is attached to the PrimeGrid project, and is assigned to the Generalized Fermat Prime Search n=16 (GFN16). What makes this prime unique is that it's large enough to enter the Top 5000 List in Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database. Since you have autoreporting selected, the following prime was submitted on your behalf: Added 135506 : 238329440^65536+1 (549007 digits) This prime was found on this workunit which will automatically show as a prime result after verification by the Largest Known Primes Database. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us and we will surely resolve any problems. Once again, congratulations on your find! Thank you for participating in PrimeGrid. PrimeGrid staff

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Re: 2023 Tour de Primes
2023/02/21 15:01:59
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Dear Primefinder,Congratulations! Our records indicate that a computer registered by you has found a unique prime number. This computer is running BOINC, is attached to the PrimeGrid project, and is assigned to the Generalized Fermat Prime Search n=16 (GFN16). What makes this prime unique is that it's large enough to enter the Top 5000 List in Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database. Since you have autoreporting selected, the following prime was submitted on your behalf: Added 135512 : 238627434^65536+1 (549043 digits) This prime was found on this workunit which will automatically show as a prime result after verification by the Largest Known Primes Database. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us and we will surely resolve any problems. Once again, congratulations on your find! Thank you for participating in PrimeGrid. PrimeGrid staff This was my 100th Prime Primes (100/37),
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Re: 2023 Tour de Primes
2023/02/23 11:45:10
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Dear Primefinder,Congratulations! Our records indicate that a computer registered by you has found a unique prime number. This computer is running BOINC, is attached to the PrimeGrid project, and is assigned to the Generalized Fermat Prime Search n=16 (GFN16). What makes this prime unique is that it's large enough to enter the Top 5000 List in Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database. Since you have autoreporting selected, the following prime was submitted on your behalf: Added 135551 : 241606650^65536+1 (549396 digits) This prime was found on this workunit which will automatically show as a prime result after verification by the Largest Known Primes Database. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us and we will surely resolve any problems. Once again, congratulations on your find! Thank you for participating in PrimeGrid. PrimeGrid staff Dear Primefinder,Congratulations! Our records indicate that a computer registered by you has found a unique prime number. This computer is running BOINC, is attached to the PrimeGrid project, and is assigned to the Generalized Fermat Prime Search n=16 (GFN16). What makes this prime unique is that it's large enough to enter the Top 5000 List in Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database. Since you have autoreporting selected, the following prime was submitted on your behalf: Added 135558 : 242547034^65536+1 (549506 digits) This prime was found on this workunit which will automatically show as a prime result after verification by the Largest Known Primes Database. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us and we will surely resolve any problems. Once again, congratulations on your find! Thank you for participating in PrimeGrid. PrimeGrid staff Dear Primefinder,Congratulations! Our records indicate that a computer registered by you has found a unique prime number. This computer is running BOINC, is attached to the PrimeGrid project, and is assigned to the Generalized Fermat Prime Search n=16 (GFN16). What makes this prime unique is that it's large enough to enter the Top 5000 List in Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database. Since you have autoreporting selected, the following prime was submitted on your behalf: Added 135563 : 242642004^65536+1 (549518 digits) This prime was found on this workunit which will automatically show as a prime result after verification by the Largest Known Primes Database. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us and we will surely resolve any problems. Once again, congratulations on your find! Thank you for participating in PrimeGrid. PrimeGrid staff

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Re: 2023 Tour de Primes
2023/02/26 09:40:18
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Tide up with last years Dear Primefinder,Congratulations! Our records indicate that a computer registered by you has found a unique prime number. This computer is running BOINC, is attached to the PrimeGrid project, and is assigned to the Generalized Fermat Prime Search n=16 (GFN16). What makes this prime unique is that it's large enough to enter the Top 5000 List in Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database. Since you have autoreporting selected, the following prime was submitted on your behalf: Added 135626 : 248410726^65536+1 (550186 digits) This prime was found on this workunit which will automatically show as a prime result after verification by the Largest Known Primes Database. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us and we will surely resolve any problems. Once again, congratulations on your find! Thank you for participating in PrimeGrid. PrimeGrid staff
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Re: 2023 Tour de Primes
2023/02/26 11:14:56
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Congratulations! Our records indicate that a computer registered by you has found a unique prime number. This computer is running BOINC, is attached to the PrimeGrid project, and is assigned to the Generalized Fermat Prime Search n=16 (GFN16). What makes this prime unique is that it's large enough to enter the Top 5000 List in Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database. Since you have autoreporting selected, the following prime was submitted on your behalf: Added 135626 : 248410726^65536+1 (550186 digits) This prime was found on this workunit which will automatically show as a prime result after verification by the Largest Known Primes Database. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us and we will surely resolve any problems. Once again, congratulations on your find! Thank you for participating in PrimeGrid. PrimeGrid staff

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Re: 2023 Tour de Primes
2023/02/27 11:08:55
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Dear Primefinder,Congratulations! Our records indicate that a computer registered by you has found a unique prime number. This computer is running BOINC, is attached to the PrimeGrid project, and is assigned to the Generalized Fermat Prime Search n=16 (GFN16). What makes this prime unique is that it's large enough to enter the Top 5000 List in Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database. Since you have autoreporting selected, the following prime was submitted on your behalf: Added 135658 : 252140008^65536+1 (550610 digits) This prime was found on this workunit which will automatically show as a prime result after verification by the Largest Known Primes Database. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us and we will surely resolve any problems. Once again, congratulations on your find! Thank you for participating in PrimeGrid. PrimeGrid staff
