New 10-tuplet record
- Congratulations to Thomas Wolter who found the largest known prime 10-tuplet
with my program:
3630285330832*130# + 258101 + 0, 2, 6, 8, 12, 18, 20, 26, 30, 32 (62 digits)
11 additional top-10 8- and 9-tuplets were found, 4 of them parts of the
The GMP library was used for prp testing.
All primes were proved with Tony Forbes' VFYPR.
The record took 20 hours on a 2 GHz Athlon.
This is probably the first tuplet record in years found in less than a day -
and it was around expectation.
If anybody is getting tired of these frequent record announcements then I
suggest this solution:
Run my program for a while on several pc's, finding big record improvements
which are harder to beat :-)
Jens Kruse Andersen
> If anybody is getting tired of these frequent recordI am far from tired of these posts and think it is
> announcements then I
> suggest this solution:
> Run my program for a while on several pc's, finding
> big record improvements
> which are harder to beat :-)
> Jens Kruse Andersen
important that discoveries of this kind are mentioned
on the list. They are certainly more prime related
than many posts!!!
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