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Re: [PrimeNumbers] Question on NFSX...

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  • Sander Hoogendoorn
    ... I tried using these parameters but for me too, the program crashes early in step 3c I tried again using: A=10:M=A^21:Fx#=_X^5+969300:NR=val(Fx#,M):N=NR/100
    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 2, 2003
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      David Cleaver Wrote:

      > I've recently been using NFSX in the hunt for brilliant numbers.
      > However, I've recently come across a number that seems to be making NFSX
      > crash on me. I don't have any other machines to test this on and I was
      > wondering if someone else could try and see if they get the same error,
      > or if its some combination of processor, memory, bad parameter chosing
      > on my part that is messing this whole scheme up. The number I'm testing
      > is: 10^103+9693
      > I'm using NFSX v1.8 on a P4 1.8GHz and 512MB pc-133 RAM with parameter:
      > A=10:M=A^20:Fx#=1000*_X^5+9693:NR=val(Fx#,M):N=NR

      I tried using these parameters but for me too, the program crashes early in
      step 3c

      I tried again using:

      A=10:M=A^21:Fx#=_X^5+969300:NR=val(Fx#,M):N=NR/100

      And after about 5 hours on a P4 2,55GHz it creates the following output
      file:

      ============================
      2003/8/2/21:13:00
      C104 =
      1000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
      0000000000000000000000009693
      C104 = 219289803877513655853829415307426488081 *
      45601755408498574364336848758220002147536982945391298412305789453
      C104 = P39 * P65
      P39 = 219289803877513655853829415307426488081
      P65 = 45601755408498574364336848758220002147536982945391298412305789453
      2003/8/3/1:13:53
      ============================

      Sander
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