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We will be announcing our new AP discoveries here. APs of length 25 and above will be listed.
Updated as of January 1st, 2018: AP25 discoveries will no longer be announced here. AP26 and above will continue to be announced.
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Tom Greer (tng*) of the United States. Tom is a member of the Sicituradastra. team.
The AP25 was returned on 12 Sep 2016 21:52:58 UTC. It was found by an Nvidia GTX 1080 on an Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E52623 v3 @ 3.00GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. It took about 21 minutes and 36 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by Bryan Little (mfl0p) of the United States and was returned on 13 September 2016 10:51:23 UTC. This task was run on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i36100 CPU @ 3.70GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Core x64 Edition. The double check took about 13 hours, 3 minutes and 5 seconds to complete.
The progression is written as 223696034591087459+1731112*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Tom Greer
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
223696034591087459+1731112*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
223696034591087459+1731112*223092870*0=223696034591087459
223696034591087459+1731112*223092870*1=224082233335458899
223696034591087459+1731112*223092870*2=224468432079830339
223696034591087459+1731112*223092870*3=224854630824201779
223696034591087459+1731112*223092870*4=225240829568573219
223696034591087459+1731112*223092870*5=225627028312944659
223696034591087459+1731112*223092870*6=226013227057316099
223696034591087459+1731112*223092870*7=226399425801687539
223696034591087459+1731112*223092870*8=226785624546058979
223696034591087459+1731112*223092870*9=227171823290430419
223696034591087459+1731112*223092870*10=227558022034801859
223696034591087459+1731112*223092870*11=227944220779173299
223696034591087459+1731112*223092870*12=228330419523544739
223696034591087459+1731112*223092870*13=228716618267916179
223696034591087459+1731112*223092870*14=229102817012287619
223696034591087459+1731112*223092870*15=229489015756659059
223696034591087459+1731112*223092870*16=229875214501030499
223696034591087459+1731112*223092870*17=230261413245401939
223696034591087459+1731112*223092870*18=230647611989773379
223696034591087459+1731112*223092870*19=231033810734144819
223696034591087459+1731112*223092870*20=231420009478516259
223696034591087459+1731112*223092870*21=231806208222887699
223696034591087459+1731112*223092870*22=232192406967259139
223696034591087459+1731112*223092870*23=232578605711630579
223696034591087459+1731112*223092870*24=232964804456002019
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My lucky number is 75898^{524288}+1
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Magnus Karlsson (Mankka*) of Finland. Magnus is a member of the Sicituradastra. team.
The AP25 was returned on 15 Sep 2016 16:00:31 UTC. It was found by an AMD Cypress GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU 930 @ 2.80GHz running Microsoft Windows 7 Professional x64 Edition. It took about 8 hours, 22 minutes and 27 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by Hiroyuki Okazaki (zunewantan) of Japan and was returned on 16 September 2016 1:14:28 UTC. This task was run on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i54590S CPU @ 3.00GHz running Microsoft Windows 7 Professional x64 Edition. The double check took about 17 hours, 11 minutes and 22 seconds to complete. Hiroyuki is a member of the Aggie The Pew team.
The progression is written as 235660731794099011+1949500*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Magnus Karlsso
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
235660731794099011+1949500*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
235660731794099011+1949500*223092870*0=235660731794099011
235660731794099011+1949500*223092870*1=236095651344164011
235660731794099011+1949500*223092870*2=236530570894229011
235660731794099011+1949500*223092870*3=236965490444294011
235660731794099011+1949500*223092870*4=237400409994359011
235660731794099011+1949500*223092870*5=237835329544424011
235660731794099011+1949500*223092870*6=238270249094489011
235660731794099011+1949500*223092870*7=238705168644554011
235660731794099011+1949500*223092870*8=239140088194619011
235660731794099011+1949500*223092870*9=239575007744684011
235660731794099011+1949500*223092870*10=240009927294749011
235660731794099011+1949500*223092870*11=240444846844814011
235660731794099011+1949500*223092870*12=240879766394879011
235660731794099011+1949500*223092870*13=241314685944944011
235660731794099011+1949500*223092870*14=241749605495009011
235660731794099011+1949500*223092870*15=242184525045074011
235660731794099011+1949500*223092870*16=242619444595139011
235660731794099011+1949500*223092870*17=243054364145204011
235660731794099011+1949500*223092870*18=243489283695269011
235660731794099011+1949500*223092870*19=243924203245334011
235660731794099011+1949500*223092870*20=244359122795399011
235660731794099011+1949500*223092870*21=244794042345464011
235660731794099011+1949500*223092870*22=245228961895529011
235660731794099011+1949500*223092870*23=245663881445594011
235660731794099011+1949500*223092870*24=246098800995659011
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Honza Cholt (Honza) of the Czech Republic. Honza is a member of the BOINC.SK team.
The AP25 was returned on 16 Sep 2016 21:24:44 UTC. It was found by an Nvidia GTX 1070 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i56600K CPU @ 3.50GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. It took about 25 minutes and 27 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by user (alfRKnet) of Germany and was returned on 18 September 2016 6:58:13 UTC. This task was run on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i54460 CPU @ 3.20GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Core x64 Edition. The double check took about 15 hours, 30 minutes and 13 seconds to complete. User alfRKnet is a member of the Rechenkraft.net team.
The progression is written as 124464776168666173+2104383*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Honza Cholt
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
124464776168666173+2104383*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
124464776168666173+2104383*223092870*0=124464776168666173
124464776168666173+2104383*223092870*1=124934249011715383
124464776168666173+2104383*223092870*2=125403721854764593
124464776168666173+2104383*223092870*3=125873194697813803
124464776168666173+2104383*223092870*4=126342667540863013
124464776168666173+2104383*223092870*5=126812140383912223
124464776168666173+2104383*223092870*6=127281613226961433
124464776168666173+2104383*223092870*7=127751086070010643
124464776168666173+2104383*223092870*8=128220558913059853
124464776168666173+2104383*223092870*9=128690031756109063
124464776168666173+2104383*223092870*10=129159504599158273
124464776168666173+2104383*223092870*11=129628977442207483
124464776168666173+2104383*223092870*12=130098450285256693
124464776168666173+2104383*223092870*13=130567923128305903
124464776168666173+2104383*223092870*14=131037395971355113
124464776168666173+2104383*223092870*15=131506868814404323
124464776168666173+2104383*223092870*16=131976341657453533
124464776168666173+2104383*223092870*17=132445814500502743
124464776168666173+2104383*223092870*18=132915287343551953
124464776168666173+2104383*223092870*19=133384760186601163
124464776168666173+2104383*223092870*20=133854233029650373
124464776168666173+2104383*223092870*21=134323705872699583
124464776168666173+2104383*223092870*22=134793178715748793
124464776168666173+2104383*223092870*23=135262651558798003
124464776168666173+2104383*223092870*24=135732124401847213
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My lucky number is 75898^{524288}+1
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New AP26!!!
A new AP26 (Arithmetic Progression of 26 primes) has been found. The finder is Takeshi Nakamura (kuroganet) of Japan. Takeshi is a member of the BOINC@MIXI team.
This is only the fifth AP26 known to exist, and the second found at PrimeGrid.
The AP26 was returned on 3 November 2016 23:25:42 UTC. It was found by an Nvidia GTX 1070 GPU on an Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E52667 v3 @ 3.20GHz running Microsoft Windows 10
Core x64 Edition. It took about 30 minutes and 1 second to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP26 task was double checked by James Nobis (quel) of the United States and was returned on 4 November 2016 3:37:51 UTC. This task was run on an ATI Tahiti GPU on an AMD Opteron(tm) Processor 6348 running Linux. The double check took about 1 hour, 20 minutes, and 40 seconds to complete. James is a member of the Sicituradastra. team.
The progression is written as 149836681069944461+7725290*23#*n for n=0..25. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Takeshi Nakamura
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP26 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 26 terms of the AP26
149836681069944461+7725290*23#*n for n=0..25
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
149836681069944461+7725290*223092870*0=149836681069944461
149836681069944461+7725290*223092870*1=151560138187626761
149836681069944461+7725290*223092870*2=153283595305309061
149836681069944461+7725290*223092870*3=155007052422991361
149836681069944461+7725290*223092870*4=156730509540673661
149836681069944461+7725290*223092870*5=158453966658355961
149836681069944461+7725290*223092870*6=160177423776038261
149836681069944461+7725290*223092870*7=161900880893720561
149836681069944461+7725290*223092870*8=163624338011402861
149836681069944461+7725290*223092870*9=165347795129085161
149836681069944461+7725290*223092870*10=167071252246767461
149836681069944461+7725290*223092870*11=168794709364449761
149836681069944461+7725290*223092870*12=170518166482132061
149836681069944461+7725290*223092870*13=172241623599814361
149836681069944461+7725290*223092870*14=173965080717496661
149836681069944461+7725290*223092870*15=175688537835178961
149836681069944461+7725290*223092870*16=177411994952861261
149836681069944461+7725290*223092870*17=179135452070543561
149836681069944461+7725290*223092870*18=180858909188225861
149836681069944461+7725290*223092870*19=182582366305908161
149836681069944461+7725290*223092870*20=184305823423590461
149836681069944461+7725290*223092870*21=186029280541272761
149836681069944461+7725290*223092870*22=187752737658955061
149836681069944461+7725290*223092870*23=189476194776637361
149836681069944461+7725290*223092870*24=191199651894319661
149836681069944461+7725290*223092870*25=192923109012001961
For more information please see the Official Announcement.
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My lucky number is 75898^{524288}+1
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Hiroyuki Okazaki (zunewantan) of Japan. Hiroyuki is a member of the Aggie The Pew team.
The AP25 was returned on 17 November 2016 1:06:31 UTC. It was found by an Intel(R) Core(TM) i54590S CPU @ 3.00GHz running Microsoft Windows 7 Professional x64 Edition. It took about 15 hours, 45 minutes and 12 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by Casey Townsend (Casey) of the United States and was returned on 17 November 2016 9:33:44 UTC. This task was run on an AMD CAL Hawaii GPU on an AMD Phenom(tm) II X4 965 running Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium x64 Edition. The double check took about 43 minutes and 31 seconds to complete. Casey is a member of the FRESCA team.
The progression is written as 299460668118437929+9026994*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Hiroyuki Okazaki
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
299460668118437929+9026994*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
299460668118437929+9026994*223092870*0=299460668118437929
299460668118437929+9026994*223092870*1=301474526117370709
299460668118437929+9026994*223092870*2=303488384116303489
299460668118437929+9026994*223092870*3=305502242115236269
299460668118437929+9026994*223092870*4=307516100114169049
299460668118437929+9026994*223092870*5=309529958113101829
299460668118437929+9026994*223092870*6=311543816112034609
299460668118437929+9026994*223092870*7=313557674110967389
299460668118437929+9026994*223092870*8=315571532109900169
299460668118437929+9026994*223092870*9=317585390108832949
299460668118437929+9026994*223092870*10=319599248107765729
299460668118437929+9026994*223092870*11=321613106106698509
299460668118437929+9026994*223092870*12=323626964105631289
299460668118437929+9026994*223092870*13=325640822104564069
299460668118437929+9026994*223092870*14=327654680103496849
299460668118437929+9026994*223092870*15=329668538102429629
299460668118437929+9026994*223092870*16=331682396101362409
299460668118437929+9026994*223092870*17=333696254100295189
299460668118437929+9026994*223092870*18=335710112099227969
299460668118437929+9026994*223092870*19=337723970098160749
299460668118437929+9026994*223092870*20=339737828097093529
299460668118437929+9026994*223092870*21=341751686096026309
299460668118437929+9026994*223092870*22=343765544094959089
299460668118437929+9026994*223092870*23=345779402093891869
299460668118437929+9026994*223092870*24=347793260092824649
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My lucky number is 75898^{524288}+1
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Rafael Trigueiro (Rafael) of Brazil. Rafael is a member of the LinusTechTips_Team.
The AP25 was returned on 18 November 2016 17:23:35 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i56600K CPU @ 3.50GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. It took about 35 minutes and 48 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by Koichi Soraku (JG4KEZ(Koichi Soraku)) of Japan and was returned on 18 November 2016 19:16:30 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i75775C CPU @ 3.30GHz running Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium x64 Edition. The double check took about 1 hour, 16 minutes and 14 seconds to complete. Koichi is a member of the BOINC@MIXI team.
The progression is written as 322477370185894411+9633039*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Rafael Trigueiro
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
322477370185894411+9633039*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
322477370185894411+9633039*223092870*0=322477370185894411
322477370185894411+9633039*223092870*1=324626432503226341
322477370185894411+9633039*223092870*2=326775494820558271
322477370185894411+9633039*223092870*3=328924557137890201
322477370185894411+9633039*223092870*4=331073619455222131
322477370185894411+9633039*223092870*5=333222681772554061
322477370185894411+9633039*223092870*6=335371744089885991
322477370185894411+9633039*223092870*7=337520806407217921
322477370185894411+9633039*223092870*8=339669868724549851
322477370185894411+9633039*223092870*9=341818931041881781
322477370185894411+9633039*223092870*10=343967993359213711
322477370185894411+9633039*223092870*11=346117055676545641
322477370185894411+9633039*223092870*12=348266117993877571
322477370185894411+9633039*223092870*13=350415180311209501
322477370185894411+9633039*223092870*14=352564242628541431
322477370185894411+9633039*223092870*15=354713304945873361
322477370185894411+9633039*223092870*16=356862367263205291
322477370185894411+9633039*223092870*17=359011429580537221
322477370185894411+9633039*223092870*18=361160491897869151
322477370185894411+9633039*223092870*19=363309554215201081
322477370185894411+9633039*223092870*20=365458616532533011
322477370185894411+9633039*223092870*21=367607678849864941
322477370185894411+9633039*223092870*22=369756741167196871
322477370185894411+9633039*223092870*23=371905803484528801
322477370185894411+9633039*223092870*24=374054865801860731
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My lucky number is 75898^{524288}+1
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Josef Matousek (vinn [Czech National Team]) of the Czech Republic. Josef is a member of the Czech National Team.
The AP25 was returned on 19 November 2016 2:02:34 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i75820K CPU @ 3.30GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. It took about 24 minutes and 48 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by Timo Schneider (XSmeagolX) of Germany and was returned on 19 November 2016 2:19:52 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i75930K CPU @ 3.50GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. The double check took about 41 minutes and 46 seconds to complete. Timo is a member of the SETI.Germany team.
The progression is written as 327723838632911059+10176298*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Josef Matousek
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
327723838632911059+10176298*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
327723838632911059+10176298*223092870*0=327723838632911059
327723838632911059+10176298*223092870*1=329994098159706319
327723838632911059+10176298*223092870*2=332264357686501579
327723838632911059+10176298*223092870*3=334534617213296839
327723838632911059+10176298*223092870*4=336804876740092099
327723838632911059+10176298*223092870*5=339075136266887359
327723838632911059+10176298*223092870*6=341345395793682619
327723838632911059+10176298*223092870*7=343615655320477879
327723838632911059+10176298*223092870*8=345885914847273139
327723838632911059+10176298*223092870*9=348156174374068399
327723838632911059+10176298*223092870*10=350426433900863659
327723838632911059+10176298*223092870*11=352696693427658919
327723838632911059+10176298*223092870*12=354966952954454179
327723838632911059+10176298*223092870*13=357237212481249439
327723838632911059+10176298*223092870*14=359507472008044699
327723838632911059+10176298*223092870*15=361777731534839959
327723838632911059+10176298*223092870*16=364047991061635219
327723838632911059+10176298*223092870*17=366318250588430479
327723838632911059+10176298*223092870*18=368588510115225739
327723838632911059+10176298*223092870*19=370858769642020999
327723838632911059+10176298*223092870*20=373129029168816259
327723838632911059+10176298*223092870*21=375399288695611519
327723838632911059+10176298*223092870*22=377669548222406779
327723838632911059+10176298*223092870*23=379939807749202039
327723838632911059+10176298*223092870*24=382210067275997299
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Ross Goudie (Ross*) of New Zealand. Ross is a member of the Sicituradastra. team.
The AP25 was returned on 18 November 2016 20:24:49 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i76850K CPU @ 3.60GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Core x64 Edition. It took about 21 minutes and 37 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by Hans Rensen ([DPC] hansR) of the Netherlands and was returned on 19 November 2016 10:16:35 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA Quadro K3000M GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i73630QM CPU @ 2.40GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. The double check took about 7 hours, 10 minutes and 58 seconds to complete. Hans is a member of the Dutch Power Cows team.
The progression is written as 84314670428700353+9954590*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Ross Goudie
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
84314670428700353+9954590*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
84314670428700353+9954590*223092870*0=84314670428700353
84314670428700353+9954590*223092870*1=86535468481473653
84314670428700353+9954590*223092870*2=88756266534246953
84314670428700353+9954590*223092870*3=90977064587020253
84314670428700353+9954590*223092870*4=93197862639793553
84314670428700353+9954590*223092870*5=95418660692566853
84314670428700353+9954590*223092870*6=97639458745340153
84314670428700353+9954590*223092870*7=99860256798113453
84314670428700353+9954590*223092870*8=102081054850886753
84314670428700353+9954590*223092870*9=104301852903660053
84314670428700353+9954590*223092870*10=106522650956433353
84314670428700353+9954590*223092870*11=108743449009206653
84314670428700353+9954590*223092870*12=110964247061979953
84314670428700353+9954590*223092870*13=113185045114753253
84314670428700353+9954590*223092870*14=115405843167526553
84314670428700353+9954590*223092870*15=117626641220299853
84314670428700353+9954590*223092870*16=119847439273073153
84314670428700353+9954590*223092870*17=122068237325846453
84314670428700353+9954590*223092870*18=124289035378619753
84314670428700353+9954590*223092870*19=126509833431393053
84314670428700353+9954590*223092870*20=128730631484166353
84314670428700353+9954590*223092870*21=130951429536939653
84314670428700353+9954590*223092870*22=133172227589712953
84314670428700353+9954590*223092870*23=135393025642486253
84314670428700353+9954590*223092870*24=137613823695259553
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is John S Chambers (Johnny Rotten) of the United States. John is a member of the SETI.USA team.
The AP25 was returned on 19 November 2016 2:27:31 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i75930K CPU @ 3.50GHz running Microsoft Windows Professional x64 Edition. It took about 18 minutes and 47 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by Josef Matousek (vinn [Czech National Team]) of the Czech Republic and was returned on 19 November 2016 8:21:04 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA Tesla K20m GPU on an Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E52680 v2 @ 2.80GHz running Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard x64 Edition. The double check took about 1 hour, 55 minutes and 35 seconds to complete. Josef is a member of the Czech National Team.
The progression is written as 193513604089287343+10189009*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: John S Chambers
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
193513604089287343+10189009*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
193513604089287343+10189009*223092870*0=193513604089287343
193513604089287343+10189009*223092870*1=195786699349553173
193513604089287343+10189009*223092870*2=198059794609819003
193513604089287343+10189009*223092870*3=200332889870084833
193513604089287343+10189009*223092870*4=202605985130350663
193513604089287343+10189009*223092870*5=204879080390616493
193513604089287343+10189009*223092870*6=207152175650882323
193513604089287343+10189009*223092870*7=209425270911148153
193513604089287343+10189009*223092870*8=211698366171413983
193513604089287343+10189009*223092870*9=213971461431679813
193513604089287343+10189009*223092870*10=216244556691945643
193513604089287343+10189009*223092870*11=218517651952211473
193513604089287343+10189009*223092870*12=220790747212477303
193513604089287343+10189009*223092870*13=223063842472743133
193513604089287343+10189009*223092870*14=225336937733008963
193513604089287343+10189009*223092870*15=227610032993274793
193513604089287343+10189009*223092870*16=229883128253540623
193513604089287343+10189009*223092870*17=232156223513806453
193513604089287343+10189009*223092870*18=234429318774072283
193513604089287343+10189009*223092870*19=236702414034338113
193513604089287343+10189009*223092870*20=238975509294603943
193513604089287343+10189009*223092870*21=241248604554869773
193513604089287343+10189009*223092870*22=243521699815135603
193513604089287343+10189009*223092870*23=245794795075401433
193513604089287343+10189009*223092870*24=248067890335667263
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Stephen Draycott (Stephen Draycott) of the United Kingdom.
The AP25 was returned on 20 November 2016 2:47:04 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA Quadro K5200 GPU on an Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E52670 v3 @ 2.30GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. It took about 1 hour, 34 minutes and 19 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by Brian Herbers (Shadowlurker) of the United States and was returned on 20 November 2016 18:04:32 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i54670 CPU @ 3.40GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Core x64 Edition. The double check took about 1 hour, 15 minutes and 25 seconds to complete. Brian is a member of the SETI.USA team.
The progression is written as 203563934890169353+11105961*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Stephen Draycott
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
203563934890169353+11105961*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
203563934890169353+11105961*223092870*0=203563934890169353
203563934890169353+11105961*223092870*1=206041595603767423
203563934890169353+11105961*223092870*2=208519256317365493
203563934890169353+11105961*223092870*3=210996917030963563
203563934890169353+11105961*223092870*4=213474577744561633
203563934890169353+11105961*223092870*5=215952238458159703
203563934890169353+11105961*223092870*6=218429899171757773
203563934890169353+11105961*223092870*7=220907559885355843
203563934890169353+11105961*223092870*8=223385220598953913
203563934890169353+11105961*223092870*9=225862881312551983
203563934890169353+11105961*223092870*10=228340542026150053
203563934890169353+11105961*223092870*11=230818202739748123
203563934890169353+11105961*223092870*12=233295863453346193
203563934890169353+11105961*223092870*13=235773524166944263
203563934890169353+11105961*223092870*14=238251184880542333
203563934890169353+11105961*223092870*15=240728845594140403
203563934890169353+11105961*223092870*16=243206506307738473
203563934890169353+11105961*223092870*17=245684167021336543
203563934890169353+11105961*223092870*18=248161827734934613
203563934890169353+11105961*223092870*19=250639488448532683
203563934890169353+11105961*223092870*20=253117149162130753
203563934890169353+11105961*223092870*21=255594809875728823
203563934890169353+11105961*223092870*22=258072470589326893
203563934890169353+11105961*223092870*23=260550131302924963
203563934890169353+11105961*223092870*24=263027792016523033
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Stefan Larsson (288larsson) of Sweden. Stefan is a member of the Sicituradastra. team.
The AP25 was returned on 21 November 2016 10:01:32 UTC. It was found by an AMD CAL Fiji GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i54670K CPU @ 3.40GHz running Linux. It took about 59 minutes and 58 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by Zdenek Vasku (HASOFT, s.r.o.) of the Czech Republic and was returned on 23 November 2016 3:04:07 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 590 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i72600 CPU @ 3.40GHz running Linux. The double check took about 1 hour, 40 minutes and 42 seconds to complete. Zdenek is a member of the Czech National Team.
The progression is written as 231349139005158193+12169920*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Stefan Larsson
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
231349139005158193+12169920*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
231349139005158193+12169920*223092870*0=231349139005158193
231349139005158193+12169920*223092870*1=234064161385628593
231349139005158193+12169920*223092870*2=236779183766098993
231349139005158193+12169920*223092870*3=239494206146569393
231349139005158193+12169920*223092870*4=242209228527039793
231349139005158193+12169920*223092870*5=244924250907510193
231349139005158193+12169920*223092870*6=247639273287980593
231349139005158193+12169920*223092870*7=250354295668450993
231349139005158193+12169920*223092870*8=253069318048921393
231349139005158193+12169920*223092870*9=255784340429391793
231349139005158193+12169920*223092870*10=258499362809862193
231349139005158193+12169920*223092870*11=261214385190332593
231349139005158193+12169920*223092870*12=263929407570802993
231349139005158193+12169920*223092870*13=266644429951273393
231349139005158193+12169920*223092870*14=269359452331743793
231349139005158193+12169920*223092870*15=272074474712214193
231349139005158193+12169920*223092870*16=274789497092684593
231349139005158193+12169920*223092870*17=277504519473154993
231349139005158193+12169920*223092870*18=280219541853625393
231349139005158193+12169920*223092870*19=282934564234095793
231349139005158193+12169920*223092870*20=285649586614566193
231349139005158193+12169920*223092870*21=288364608995036593
231349139005158193+12169920*223092870*22=291079631375506993
231349139005158193+12169920*223092870*23=293794653755977393
231349139005158193+12169920*223092870*24=296509676136447793
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Mike Kinney (Mektacular) of the United States. Mike is a member of the Crunching@EVGA team.
The AP25 was returned on 21 November 2016 16:21:09 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i76850K CPU @ 3.60GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. It took about 23 minutes and 26 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by çŽ‹è€…ä¹Ÿ (ä¹‹ä¹Ž) of China and was returned on 23 November 2016 20:14:42 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i76700K CPU @ 4.00GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. The double check took about 25 minutes and 23 seconds to complete. çŽ‹è€…ä¹Ÿ is a member of Team China.
The progression is written as 290884103695102903+12444168*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Mike Kinney
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
290884103695102903+12444168*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
290884103695102903+12444168*223092870*0=290884103695102903
290884103695102903+12444168*223092870*1=293660308848985063
290884103695102903+12444168*223092870*2=296436514002867223
290884103695102903+12444168*223092870*3=299212719156749383
290884103695102903+12444168*223092870*4=301988924310631543
290884103695102903+12444168*223092870*5=304765129464513703
290884103695102903+12444168*223092870*6=307541334618395863
290884103695102903+12444168*223092870*7=310317539772278023
290884103695102903+12444168*223092870*8=313093744926160183
290884103695102903+12444168*223092870*9=315869950080042343
290884103695102903+12444168*223092870*10=318646155233924503
290884103695102903+12444168*223092870*11=321422360387806663
290884103695102903+12444168*223092870*12=324198565541688823
290884103695102903+12444168*223092870*13=326974770695570983
290884103695102903+12444168*223092870*14=329750975849453143
290884103695102903+12444168*223092870*15=332527181003335303
290884103695102903+12444168*223092870*16=335303386157217463
290884103695102903+12444168*223092870*17=338079591311099623
290884103695102903+12444168*223092870*18=340855796464981783
290884103695102903+12444168*223092870*19=343632001618863943
290884103695102903+12444168*223092870*20=346408206772746103
290884103695102903+12444168*223092870*21=349184411926628263
290884103695102903+12444168*223092870*22=351960617080510423
290884103695102903+12444168*223092870*23=354736822234392583
290884103695102903+12444168*223092870*24=357513027388274743
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is James Krauss (Grebuloner) of the United States. James is a member of The Knights Who Say Ni! team.
The AP25 was returned on 19 November 2016 18:12:03 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i73930K CPU @ 3.20GHz running Microsoft Windows 7 Professional x64 Edition. It took about 24 minutes and 57 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by Steven Schapendonk (HKSteve) of Switzerland and was returned on 24 November 2016 2:02:29 UTC. This task was run on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i76700K CPU @ 4.00GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. The double check took about 11 hours, 35 minutes and 4 seconds to complete. Steven is a member of the Crunching@EVGA team.
The progression is written as 183800317923336901+10816541*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: James Krauss
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
183800317923336901+10816541*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
183800317923336901+10816541*223092870*0=183800317923336901
183800317923336901+10816541*223092870*1=186213411098499571
183800317923336901+10816541*223092870*2=188626504273662241
183800317923336901+10816541*223092870*3=191039597448824911
183800317923336901+10816541*223092870*4=193452690623987581
183800317923336901+10816541*223092870*5=195865783799150251
183800317923336901+10816541*223092870*6=198278876974312921
183800317923336901+10816541*223092870*7=200691970149475591
183800317923336901+10816541*223092870*8=203105063324638261
183800317923336901+10816541*223092870*9=205518156499800931
183800317923336901+10816541*223092870*10=207931249674963601
183800317923336901+10816541*223092870*11=210344342850126271
183800317923336901+10816541*223092870*12=212757436025288941
183800317923336901+10816541*223092870*13=215170529200451611
183800317923336901+10816541*223092870*14=217583622375614281
183800317923336901+10816541*223092870*15=219996715550776951
183800317923336901+10816541*223092870*16=222409808725939621
183800317923336901+10816541*223092870*17=224822901901102291
183800317923336901+10816541*223092870*18=227235995076264961
183800317923336901+10816541*223092870*19=229649088251427631
183800317923336901+10816541*223092870*20=232062181426590301
183800317923336901+10816541*223092870*21=234475274601752971
183800317923336901+10816541*223092870*22=236888367776915641
183800317923336901+10816541*223092870*23=239301460952078311
183800317923336901+10816541*223092870*24=241714554127240981
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is David Walling (Dave) of the United Kingdom. David is a member of Aggie The Pew team.
The AP25 was returned on 30 November 2016 6:18:54 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i72600K CPU @ 3.40GHz running Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium x64 Edition. It took about 1 hour, 19 minutes and 21 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by Andrew Dicker (Andrew Dicker) of Australia and was returned on 30 November 2016 18:43:28 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i74770S CPU @ 3.10GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Core x64 Edition. The double check took about 47 minutes and 10 seconds to complete. Andrew is a member of the Webberites team.
The progression is written as 228744309021939859+14918987*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: David Walling
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
228744309021939859+14918987*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
228744309021939859+14918987*223092870*0=228744309021939859
228744309021939859+14918987*223092870*1=232072628649262549
228744309021939859+14918987*223092870*2=235400948276585239
228744309021939859+14918987*223092870*3=238729267903907929
228744309021939859+14918987*223092870*4=242057587531230619
228744309021939859+14918987*223092870*5=245385907158553309
228744309021939859+14918987*223092870*6=248714226785875999
228744309021939859+14918987*223092870*7=252042546413198689
228744309021939859+14918987*223092870*8=255370866040521379
228744309021939859+14918987*223092870*9=258699185667844069
228744309021939859+14918987*223092870*10=262027505295166759
228744309021939859+14918987*223092870*11=265355824922489449
228744309021939859+14918987*223092870*12=268684144549812139
228744309021939859+14918987*223092870*13=272012464177134829
228744309021939859+14918987*223092870*14=275340783804457519
228744309021939859+14918987*223092870*15=278669103431780209
228744309021939859+14918987*223092870*16=281997423059102899
228744309021939859+14918987*223092870*17=285325742686425589
228744309021939859+14918987*223092870*18=288654062313748279
228744309021939859+14918987*223092870*19=291982381941070969
228744309021939859+14918987*223092870*20=295310701568393659
228744309021939859+14918987*223092870*21=298639021195716349
228744309021939859+14918987*223092870*22=301967340823039039
228744309021939859+14918987*223092870*23=305295660450361729
228744309021939859+14918987*223092870*24=308623980077684419
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Stefan Hofacker (shofacker) of Germany. Stefan is a member of SETI.Germany team.
The AP25 was returned on 30 November 2016 14:08:29 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i73930K CPU @ 3.20GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Enterprise N x64 Edition. It took about 1 hour and 41 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by Ingrid Anita GillesÃ¸y (AriZonaMoon*) of Norway and was returned on 1 December 2016 15:34:13 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i75820K CPU @ 3.30GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Core x64 Edition. The double check took about 41 minutes and 1 second to complete. Ingrid is a member of the Sicituradastra. team.
The progression is written as 240091225937752601+14964187*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Stefan Hofacker
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
240091225937752601+14964187*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
240091225937752601+14964187*223092870*0=240091225937752601
240091225937752601+14964187*223092870*1=243429629362799291
240091225937752601+14964187*223092870*2=246768032787845981
240091225937752601+14964187*223092870*3=250106436212892671
240091225937752601+14964187*223092870*4=253444839637939361
240091225937752601+14964187*223092870*5=256783243062986051
240091225937752601+14964187*223092870*6=260121646488032741
240091225937752601+14964187*223092870*7=263460049913079431
240091225937752601+14964187*223092870*8=266798453338126121
240091225937752601+14964187*223092870*9=270136856763172811
240091225937752601+14964187*223092870*10=273475260188219501
240091225937752601+14964187*223092870*11=276813663613266191
240091225937752601+14964187*223092870*12=280152067038312881
240091225937752601+14964187*223092870*13=283490470463359571
240091225937752601+14964187*223092870*14=286828873888406261
240091225937752601+14964187*223092870*15=290167277313452951
240091225937752601+14964187*223092870*16=293505680738499641
240091225937752601+14964187*223092870*17=296844084163546331
240091225937752601+14964187*223092870*18=300182487588593021
240091225937752601+14964187*223092870*19=303520891013639711
240091225937752601+14964187*223092870*20=306859294438686401
240091225937752601+14964187*223092870*21=310197697863733091
240091225937752601+14964187*223092870*22=313536101288779781
240091225937752601+14964187*223092870*23=316874504713826471
240091225937752601+14964187*223092870*24=320212908138873161
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is user skgiven. User skgiven is a member of FTW team.
The AP25 was returned on 1 December 2016 20:39:05 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i73770K CPU @ 3.50GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. It took about 42 minutes and 10 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by JanPeter Fischer (JayPi) of Germany and was returned on 1 December 2016 20:44:00 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i74770K CPU @ 3.50GHz running Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Edition. The double check took about 1 hour, 33 minutes and 8 seconds to complete. JanPeter is a member of the SETI.Germany team.
The progression is written as 117409484129625731+15143792*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: user "skgiven"
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
117409484129625731+15143792*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
117409484129625731+15143792*223092870*0=117409484129625731
117409484129625731+15143792*223092870*1=120787956149588771
117409484129625731+15143792*223092870*2=124166428169551811
117409484129625731+15143792*223092870*3=127544900189514851
117409484129625731+15143792*223092870*4=130923372209477891
117409484129625731+15143792*223092870*5=134301844229440931
117409484129625731+15143792*223092870*6=137680316249403971
117409484129625731+15143792*223092870*7=141058788269367011
117409484129625731+15143792*223092870*8=144437260289330051
117409484129625731+15143792*223092870*9=147815732309293091
117409484129625731+15143792*223092870*10=151194204329256131
117409484129625731+15143792*223092870*11=154572676349219171
117409484129625731+15143792*223092870*12=157951148369182211
117409484129625731+15143792*223092870*13=161329620389145251
117409484129625731+15143792*223092870*14=164708092409108291
117409484129625731+15143792*223092870*15=168086564429071331
117409484129625731+15143792*223092870*16=171465036449034371
117409484129625731+15143792*223092870*17=174843508468997411
117409484129625731+15143792*223092870*18=178221980488960451
117409484129625731+15143792*223092870*19=181600452508923491
117409484129625731+15143792*223092870*20=184978924528886531
117409484129625731+15143792*223092870*21=188357396548849571
117409484129625731+15143792*223092870*22=191735868568812611
117409484129625731+15143792*223092870*23=195114340588775651
117409484129625731+15143792*223092870*24=198492812608738691
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Evelyn Chew (Crackenback) of Australia. Evelyn is a member of BOINC@AUSTRALIA team.
The AP25 was returned on 1 December 2016 1:25:23 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i76700K CPU @ 4.00GHz running Microsoft Windows 7 Enterprise x64 Edition. It took about 27 minutes and 5 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by Konrad Chudzik (xXUnRealXx) of Poland and was returned on 2 December 2016 13:03:46 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i52500K CPU @ 3.30GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. The double check took about 24 minutes and 59 seconds to complete. Konrad is a member of the Gridcoin team.
The progression is written as 298190132293964681+15023287*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Evelyn Chew
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
298190132293964681+15023287*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
298190132293964681+15023287*223092870*0=298190132293964681
298190132293964681+15023287*223092870*1=301541720507628371
298190132293964681+15023287*223092870*2=304893308721292061
298190132293964681+15023287*223092870*3=308244896934955751
298190132293964681+15023287*223092870*4=311596485148619441
298190132293964681+15023287*223092870*5=314948073362283131
298190132293964681+15023287*223092870*6=318299661575946821
298190132293964681+15023287*223092870*7=321651249789610511
298190132293964681+15023287*223092870*8=325002838003274201
298190132293964681+15023287*223092870*9=328354426216937891
298190132293964681+15023287*223092870*10=331706014430601581
298190132293964681+15023287*223092870*11=335057602644265271
298190132293964681+15023287*223092870*12=338409190857928961
298190132293964681+15023287*223092870*13=341760779071592651
298190132293964681+15023287*223092870*14=345112367285256341
298190132293964681+15023287*223092870*15=348463955498920031
298190132293964681+15023287*223092870*16=351815543712583721
298190132293964681+15023287*223092870*17=355167131926247411
298190132293964681+15023287*223092870*18=358518720139911101
298190132293964681+15023287*223092870*19=361870308353574791
298190132293964681+15023287*223092870*20=365221896567238481
298190132293964681+15023287*223092870*21=368573484780902171
298190132293964681+15023287*223092870*22=371925072994565861
298190132293964681+15023287*223092870*23=375276661208229551
298190132293964681+15023287*223092870*24=378628249421893241
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My lucky number is 75898^{524288}+1
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Eirik Lunner (Orange_1050) of Norway. Eirik is a member of Crunching@EVGA team.
The AP25 was returned on 3 December 2016 18:59:45 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB GPU on an Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E31245 v5 @ 3.50GHz running Microsoft Windows 7 Professional x64 Edition. It took about 36 minutes and 58 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by Koichi Soraku (JG4KEZ(Koichi Soraku)) of Japan and was returned on 3 December 2016 20:08:45 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i75775C CPU @ 3.30GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. The double check took about 27 minutes and 51 seconds to complete. Koichi is a member of the BOINC@MIXI team.
The progression is written as 148375001202532501+15439522*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Eirik Lunner
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
148375001202532501+15439522*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
148375001202532501+15439522*223092870*0=148375001202532501
148375001202532501+15439522*223092870*1=151819448476940641
148375001202532501+15439522*223092870*2=155263895751348781
148375001202532501+15439522*223092870*3=158708343025756921
148375001202532501+15439522*223092870*4=162152790300165061
148375001202532501+15439522*223092870*5=165597237574573201
148375001202532501+15439522*223092870*6=169041684848981341
148375001202532501+15439522*223092870*7=172486132123389481
148375001202532501+15439522*223092870*8=175930579397797621
148375001202532501+15439522*223092870*9=179375026672205761
148375001202532501+15439522*223092870*10=182819473946613901
148375001202532501+15439522*223092870*11=186263921221022041
148375001202532501+15439522*223092870*12=189708368495430181
148375001202532501+15439522*223092870*13=193152815769838321
148375001202532501+15439522*223092870*14=196597263044246461
148375001202532501+15439522*223092870*15=200041710318654601
148375001202532501+15439522*223092870*16=203486157593062741
148375001202532501+15439522*223092870*17=206930604867470881
148375001202532501+15439522*223092870*18=210375052141879021
148375001202532501+15439522*223092870*19=213819499416287161
148375001202532501+15439522*223092870*20=217263946690695301
148375001202532501+15439522*223092870*21=220708393965103441
148375001202532501+15439522*223092870*22=224152841239511581
148375001202532501+15439522*223092870*23=227597288513919721
148375001202532501+15439522*223092870*24=231041735788327861
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My lucky number is 75898^{524288}+1
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New AP26!!!
A new AP26 (Arithmetic Progression of 26 primes) has been found. The finder is Koichi Soraku (JG4KEZ(Koichi Soraku)) of Japan. Koichi is a member of the BOINC@MIXI team.
This is only the sixth AP26 known to exist, and the third found at PrimeGrid.
The AP26 was returned on 11 December 2016 20:06:09 UTC. It was found by an Nvidia GTX 1070 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i75775C CPU @ 3.30GHz running Microsoft Windows 10
Professional x64 Edition. It took about 27 minutes and 19 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP26 task was double checked by Dirk Kraemer (DoctorNow) of Germany and was returned on 12 December 2016 10:44:25 UTC. This task was run on an Nvidia GTX 760 GPU on an AMD Phenom(tm) II X6 1045T Processor running Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium x64 Edition. The double check took about 2 hours, 22 minutes, and 8 seconds to complete. Dirk is a member of the BOINC Confederation team.
The progression is written as 142099325379199423+16549135*23#*n for n=0..25. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Koichi Soraku
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP26 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 26 terms of the AP26
142099325379199423+16549135*23#*n for n=0..25
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
142099325379199423+16549135*223092870*0=142099325379199423
142099325379199423+16549135*223092870*1=145791319402366873
142099325379199423+16549135*223092870*2=149483313425534323
142099325379199423+16549135*223092870*3=153175307448701773
142099325379199423+16549135*223092870*4=156867301471869223
142099325379199423+16549135*223092870*5=160559295495036673
142099325379199423+16549135*223092870*6=164251289518204123
142099325379199423+16549135*223092870*7=167943283541371573
142099325379199423+16549135*223092870*8=171635277564539023
142099325379199423+16549135*223092870*9=175327271587706473
142099325379199423+16549135*223092870*10=179019265610873923
142099325379199423+16549135*223092870*11=182711259634041373
142099325379199423+16549135*223092870*12=186403253657208823
142099325379199423+16549135*223092870*13=190095247680376273
142099325379199423+16549135*223092870*14=193787241703543723
142099325379199423+16549135*223092870*15=197479235726711173
142099325379199423+16549135*223092870*16=201171229749878623
142099325379199423+16549135*223092870*17=204863223773046073
142099325379199423+16549135*223092870*18=208555217796213523
142099325379199423+16549135*223092870*19=212247211819380973
142099325379199423+16549135*223092870*20=215939205842548423
142099325379199423+16549135*223092870*21=219631199865715873
142099325379199423+16549135*223092870*22=223323193888883323
142099325379199423+16549135*223092870*23=227015187912050773
142099325379199423+16549135*223092870*24=230707181935218223
142099325379199423+16549135*223092870*25=234399175958385673
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Eirik Lunner (Orange_1050) of Norway. Eirik is a member of Crunching@EVGA team.
The AP25 was returned on 16 December 2016 10:39:18 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i73970X CPU @ 3.50GHz running Microsoft Windows 7 Professional x64 Edition. It took about 46 minutes and 27 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by Marek Bemka (Palmer Eldritch) of Poland and was returned on 16 December 2016 11:47:30 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970M GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i74710HQ CPU @ 2.50GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Core x64 Edition. The double check took about 1 hour and 11 seconds to complete.
The progression is written as 269235074116077859+17010331*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Eirik Lunner
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
269235074116077859+17010331*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
269235074116077859+17010331*223092870*0=269235074116077859
269235074116077859+17010331*223092870*1=273029957678517829
269235074116077859+17010331*223092870*2=276824841240957799
269235074116077859+17010331*223092870*3=280619724803397769
269235074116077859+17010331*223092870*4=284414608365837739
269235074116077859+17010331*223092870*5=288209491928277709
269235074116077859+17010331*223092870*6=292004375490717679
269235074116077859+17010331*223092870*7=295799259053157649
269235074116077859+17010331*223092870*8=299594142615597619
269235074116077859+17010331*223092870*9=303389026178037589
269235074116077859+17010331*223092870*10=307183909740477559
269235074116077859+17010331*223092870*11=310978793302917529
269235074116077859+17010331*223092870*12=314773676865357499
269235074116077859+17010331*223092870*13=318568560427797469
269235074116077859+17010331*223092870*14=322363443990237439
269235074116077859+17010331*223092870*15=326158327552677409
269235074116077859+17010331*223092870*16=329953211115117379
269235074116077859+17010331*223092870*17=333748094677557349
269235074116077859+17010331*223092870*18=337542978239997319
269235074116077859+17010331*223092870*19=341337861802437289
269235074116077859+17010331*223092870*20=345132745364877259
269235074116077859+17010331*223092870*21=348927628927317229
269235074116077859+17010331*223092870*22=352722512489757199
269235074116077859+17010331*223092870*23=356517396052197169
269235074116077859+17010331*223092870*24=360312279614637139
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Roland Klepel (klepel) of Peru. Roland is a member of the Gridcoin team.
The AP25 was returned on 20 December 2016 9:12:31 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 GPU on an AMD FX(tm)6100 SixCore Processor running linux. It took about 1 hour, 28 minutes and 55 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by Brent Schneider (KWSNSpongeBob SquarePants) of Nepal and was returned on 21 December 2016 23:06:36 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i76700K CPU @ 4.00GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Enterprise x64 Edition. The double check took about 25 minutes and 26 seconds to complete. Brent is a member of The Knights Who Say Ni! team.
The progression is written as 295363409604322229+17257904*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Roland Klepel
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
295363409604322229+17257904*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
295363409604322229+17257904*223092870*0=295363409604322229
295363409604322229+17257904*223092870*1=299213524937866709
295363409604322229+17257904*223092870*2=303063640271411189
295363409604322229+17257904*223092870*3=306913755604955669
295363409604322229+17257904*223092870*4=310763870938500149
295363409604322229+17257904*223092870*5=314613986272044629
295363409604322229+17257904*223092870*6=318464101605589109
295363409604322229+17257904*223092870*7=322314216939133589
295363409604322229+17257904*223092870*8=326164332272678069
295363409604322229+17257904*223092870*9=330014447606222549
295363409604322229+17257904*223092870*10=333864562939767029
295363409604322229+17257904*223092870*11=337714678273311509
295363409604322229+17257904*223092870*12=341564793606855989
295363409604322229+17257904*223092870*13=345414908940400469
295363409604322229+17257904*223092870*14=349265024273944949
295363409604322229+17257904*223092870*15=353115139607489429
295363409604322229+17257904*223092870*16=356965254941033909
295363409604322229+17257904*223092870*17=360815370274578389
295363409604322229+17257904*223092870*18=364665485608122869
295363409604322229+17257904*223092870*19=368515600941667349
295363409604322229+17257904*223092870*20=372365716275211829
295363409604322229+17257904*223092870*21=376215831608756309
295363409604322229+17257904*223092870*22=380065946942300789
295363409604322229+17257904*223092870*23=383916062275845269
295363409604322229+17257904*223092870*24=387766177609389749
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Bryan Little (mfl0p) of the United States.
The AP25 was returned on 12 January 2017 23:15:04 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i36100 CPU @ 3.70GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Core x64 Edition. It took about 36 minutes and 45 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by Mike Kinney (Mektacular) of the United States and was returned on 12 January 2017 23:19:01 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i56500 CPU @ 3.20GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. The double check took about 23 minutes and 55 seconds to complete. Mike is a member of the Crunching@EVGA team.
The progression is written as 171104686521473149+19323763*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Bryan Little
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
171104686521473149+19323763*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
171104686521473149+19323763*223092870*0=171104686521473149
171104686521473149+19323763*223092870*1=175415680268342959
171104686521473149+19323763*223092870*2=179726674015212769
171104686521473149+19323763*223092870*3=184037667762082579
171104686521473149+19323763*223092870*4=188348661508952389
171104686521473149+19323763*223092870*5=192659655255822199
171104686521473149+19323763*223092870*6=196970649002692009
171104686521473149+19323763*223092870*7=201281642749561819
171104686521473149+19323763*223092870*8=205592636496431629
171104686521473149+19323763*223092870*9=209903630243301439
171104686521473149+19323763*223092870*10=214214623990171249
171104686521473149+19323763*223092870*11=218525617737041059
171104686521473149+19323763*223092870*12=222836611483910869
171104686521473149+19323763*223092870*13=227147605230780679
171104686521473149+19323763*223092870*14=231458598977650489
171104686521473149+19323763*223092870*15=235769592724520299
171104686521473149+19323763*223092870*16=240080586471390109
171104686521473149+19323763*223092870*17=244391580218259919
171104686521473149+19323763*223092870*18=248702573965129729
171104686521473149+19323763*223092870*19=253013567711999539
171104686521473149+19323763*223092870*20=257324561458869349
171104686521473149+19323763*223092870*21=261635555205739159
171104686521473149+19323763*223092870*22=265946548952608969
171104686521473149+19323763*223092870*23=270257542699478779
171104686521473149+19323763*223092870*24=274568536446348589
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Syracuse University.
The AP25 was returned on 22 February 2017 14:22:23 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti GPU on an Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E52670 0 @ 2.60GHz running Linux. It took about 2 hours, 36 minutes and 57 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by Grzegorz Roman Granowski (Grzegorz Roman Granowski) of Poland and was returned on 23 February 2017 2:57:18 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 GPU on an Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E52660 v4 @ 2.00GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. The double check took about 21 minutes and 20 seconds to complete. Grzegorz is a member of the BOINC@Poland team.
The progression is written as 234934262624764103+22561202*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Syracuse University
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
234934262624764103+22561202*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
234934262624764103+22561202*223092870*0=234934262624764103
234934262624764103+22561202*223092870*1=239967505929593843
234934262624764103+22561202*223092870*2=245000749234423583
234934262624764103+22561202*223092870*3=250033992539253323
234934262624764103+22561202*223092870*4=255067235844083063
234934262624764103+22561202*223092870*5=260100479148912803
234934262624764103+22561202*223092870*6=265133722453742543
234934262624764103+22561202*223092870*7=270166965758572283
234934262624764103+22561202*223092870*8=275200209063402023
234934262624764103+22561202*223092870*9=280233452368231763
234934262624764103+22561202*223092870*10=285266695673061503
234934262624764103+22561202*223092870*11=290299938977891243
234934262624764103+22561202*223092870*12=295333182282720983
234934262624764103+22561202*223092870*13=300366425587550723
234934262624764103+22561202*223092870*14=305399668892380463
234934262624764103+22561202*223092870*15=310432912197210203
234934262624764103+22561202*223092870*16=315466155502039943
234934262624764103+22561202*223092870*17=320499398806869683
234934262624764103+22561202*223092870*18=325532642111699423
234934262624764103+22561202*223092870*19=330565885416529163
234934262624764103+22561202*223092870*20=335599128721358903
234934262624764103+22561202*223092870*21=340632372026188643
234934262624764103+22561202*223092870*22=345665615331018383
234934262624764103+22561202*223092870*23=350698858635848123
234934262624764103+22561202*223092870*24=355732101940677863
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Patrik Eriksson (PatrikEriksson) of Sweden. Patrik is a member of the Parker Square team.
The AP25 was returned on 1 March 2017 3:29:51 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i56500 CPU @ 3.20GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Core x64 Edition. It took about 1 hour, 29 minutes and 10 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by Ludovic Ferrandis ([AF>Le_Pommier] Aillas) of France and was returned on 1 March 2017 6:01:19 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780M GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i74771 CPU @ 3.50GHz running Darwin. The double check took about 3 hours, 18 minutes and 57 seconds to complete. Ludovic is a member of L'Alliance Francophone team.
The progression is written as 92134030929661723+23073685*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Patrik Eriksson
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
92134030929661723+23073685*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
92134030929661723+23073685*223092870*0=92134030929661723
92134030929661723+23073685*223092870*1=97281605537787673
92134030929661723+23073685*223092870*2=102429180145913623
92134030929661723+23073685*223092870*3=107576754754039573
92134030929661723+23073685*223092870*4=112724329362165523
92134030929661723+23073685*223092870*5=117871903970291473
92134030929661723+23073685*223092870*6=123019478578417423
92134030929661723+23073685*223092870*7=128167053186543373
92134030929661723+23073685*223092870*8=133314627794669323
92134030929661723+23073685*223092870*9=138462202402795273
92134030929661723+23073685*223092870*10=143609777010921223
92134030929661723+23073685*223092870*11=148757351619047173
92134030929661723+23073685*223092870*12=153904926227173123
92134030929661723+23073685*223092870*13=159052500835299073
92134030929661723+23073685*223092870*14=164200075443425023
92134030929661723+23073685*223092870*15=169347650051550973
92134030929661723+23073685*223092870*16=174495224659676923
92134030929661723+23073685*223092870*17=179642799267802873
92134030929661723+23073685*223092870*18=184790373875928823
92134030929661723+23073685*223092870*19=189937948484054773
92134030929661723+23073685*223092870*20=195085523092180723
92134030929661723+23073685*223092870*21=200233097700306673
92134030929661723+23073685*223092870*22=205380672308432623
92134030929661723+23073685*223092870*23=210528246916558573
92134030929661723+23073685*223092870*24=215675821524684523
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Anthony Ayiomamitis (Anthony Ayiomamitis) of Greece. Anthony is a member of the Aggie The Pew team.
The AP25 was returned on 5 March 2017 0:56:16 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i76700K CPU @ 4.00GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. It took about 19 minutes and 9 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by John Parker (Mike Parker) of the United States and was returned on 5 March 2017 2:03:23 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i75820K CPU @ 3.30GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Core x64 Edition. The double check took about 1 hour, 3 minutes and 34 seconds to complete. John is a member of the SETI.USA team.
The progression is written as 233662486570847311+23473713*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Anthony Ayiomamitis
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
233662486570847311+23473713*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
233662486570847311+23473713*223092870*0=233662486570847311
233662486570847311+23473713*223092870*1=238899304573573621
233662486570847311+23473713*223092870*2=244136122576299931
233662486570847311+23473713*223092870*3=249372940579026241
233662486570847311+23473713*223092870*4=254609758581752551
233662486570847311+23473713*223092870*5=259846576584478861
233662486570847311+23473713*223092870*6=265083394587205171
233662486570847311+23473713*223092870*7=270320212589931481
233662486570847311+23473713*223092870*8=275557030592657791
233662486570847311+23473713*223092870*9=280793848595384101
233662486570847311+23473713*223092870*10=286030666598110411
233662486570847311+23473713*223092870*11=291267484600836721
233662486570847311+23473713*223092870*12=296504302603563031
233662486570847311+23473713*223092870*13=301741120606289341
233662486570847311+23473713*223092870*14=306977938609015651
233662486570847311+23473713*223092870*15=312214756611741961
233662486570847311+23473713*223092870*16=317451574614468271
233662486570847311+23473713*223092870*17=322688392617194581
233662486570847311+23473713*223092870*18=327925210619920891
233662486570847311+23473713*223092870*19=333162028622647201
233662486570847311+23473713*223092870*20=338398846625373511
233662486570847311+23473713*223092870*21=343635664628099821
233662486570847311+23473713*223092870*22=348872482630826131
233662486570847311+23473713*223092870*23=354109300633552441
233662486570847311+23473713*223092870*24=359346118636278751
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Vince Splain (yank) of the United States. Vince is a member of the US Navy team.
The AP25 was returned on 6 March 2017 22:39:49 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i75960X CPU @ 3.00GHz running Microsoft Windows 7 Professional x64 Edition. It took about 47 minutes and 35 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by Roger Karpin (Roger) of Australia and was returned on 6 March 2017 23:33:49 UTC. This task was run on a CAL AMD Radeon HD 7870/7950/7970/R9 280/R9 280X series (Tahiti) GPU on an AMD Phenom(tm) II X6 1100T Processor running Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium x64 Edition. The double check took about 1 hour, 17 minutes and 43 seconds to complete. Roger is a member of the Aggie The Pew team.
The progression is written as 73237102080888511+23647405*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Vince Splain
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
73237102080888511+23647405*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
73237102080888511+23647405*223092870*0=73237102080888511
73237102080888511+23647405*223092870*1=78512669530390861
73237102080888511+23647405*223092870*2=83788236979893211
73237102080888511+23647405*223092870*3=89063804429395561
73237102080888511+23647405*223092870*4=94339371878897911
73237102080888511+23647405*223092870*5=99614939328400261
73237102080888511+23647405*223092870*6=104890506777902611
73237102080888511+23647405*223092870*7=110166074227404961
73237102080888511+23647405*223092870*8=115441641676907311
73237102080888511+23647405*223092870*9=120717209126409661
73237102080888511+23647405*223092870*10=125992776575912011
73237102080888511+23647405*223092870*11=131268344025414361
73237102080888511+23647405*223092870*12=136543911474916711
73237102080888511+23647405*223092870*13=141819478924419061
73237102080888511+23647405*223092870*14=147095046373921411
73237102080888511+23647405*223092870*15=152370613823423761
73237102080888511+23647405*223092870*16=157646181272926111
73237102080888511+23647405*223092870*17=162921748722428461
73237102080888511+23647405*223092870*18=168197316171930811
73237102080888511+23647405*223092870*19=173472883621433161
73237102080888511+23647405*223092870*20=178748451070935511
73237102080888511+23647405*223092870*21=184024018520437861
73237102080888511+23647405*223092870*22=189299585969940211
73237102080888511+23647405*223092870*23=194575153419442561
73237102080888511+23647405*223092870*24=199850720868944911
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is user Autumn_Beijing of China.
The AP25 was returned on 25 March 2017 8:51:34 UTC. It was found by an AMD Radeon HD 8750A GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i54570S CPU @ 2.90GHz running Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Edition. It took about 11 hours, 56 minutes and 32 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by Svilen Metodiev Dimitrov (svilen_metodiev_dimitrov) of Bulgaria and was returned on 25 March 2017 19:20:46 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA GeForce 940MX GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i37100U CPU @ 2.40GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Core x64 Edition. The double check took about 3 hours, 35 minutes and 18 seconds to complete. Svilen is a member of the Gridcoin team.
The progression is written as 264703230462051737+25208577*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: user Autumn_Beijing
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
264703230462051737+25208577*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
264703230462051737+25208577*223092870*0=264703230462051737
264703230462051737+25208577*223092870*1=270327084253597727
264703230462051737+25208577*223092870*2=275950938045143717
264703230462051737+25208577*223092870*3=281574791836689707
264703230462051737+25208577*223092870*4=287198645628235697
264703230462051737+25208577*223092870*5=292822499419781687
264703230462051737+25208577*223092870*6=298446353211327677
264703230462051737+25208577*223092870*7=304070207002873667
264703230462051737+25208577*223092870*8=309694060794419657
264703230462051737+25208577*223092870*9=315317914585965647
264703230462051737+25208577*223092870*10=320941768377511637
264703230462051737+25208577*223092870*11=326565622169057627
264703230462051737+25208577*223092870*12=332189475960603617
264703230462051737+25208577*223092870*13=337813329752149607
264703230462051737+25208577*223092870*14=343437183543695597
264703230462051737+25208577*223092870*15=349061037335241587
264703230462051737+25208577*223092870*16=354684891126787577
264703230462051737+25208577*223092870*17=360308744918333567
264703230462051737+25208577*223092870*18=365932598709879557
264703230462051737+25208577*223092870*19=371556452501425547
264703230462051737+25208577*223092870*20=377180306292971537
264703230462051737+25208577*223092870*21=382804160084517527
264703230462051737+25208577*223092870*22=388428013876063517
264703230462051737+25208577*223092870*23=394051867667609507
264703230462051737+25208577*223092870*24=399675721459155497
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Erik Klein (E Klein) of the United States. Erik is a member of the USA team.
The AP25 was returned on 10 April 2017 00:50:35 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i76700 CPU @ 3.40GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Core x64 Edition. It took about 1 hour, 0 minutes and 37 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by an anonymous PrimeGrid user and was returned on 10 April 2017 14:37:10 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i76700K CPU @ 4.00GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. The double check took about 41 minutes and 37 seconds to complete.
The progression is written as 211810229255864971+26698740*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Erik Klein
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
211810229255864971+26698740*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
211810229255864971+26698740*223092870*0=211810229255864971
211810229255864971+26698740*223092870*1=217766527787848771
211810229255864971+26698740*223092870*2=223722826319832571
211810229255864971+26698740*223092870*3=229679124851816371
211810229255864971+26698740*223092870*4=235635423383800171
211810229255864971+26698740*223092870*5=241591721915783971
211810229255864971+26698740*223092870*6=247548020447767771
211810229255864971+26698740*223092870*7=253504318979751571
211810229255864971+26698740*223092870*8=259460617511735371
211810229255864971+26698740*223092870*9=265416916043719171
211810229255864971+26698740*223092870*10=271373214575702971
211810229255864971+26698740*223092870*11=277329513107686771
211810229255864971+26698740*223092870*12=283285811639670571
211810229255864971+26698740*223092870*13=289242110171654371
211810229255864971+26698740*223092870*14=295198408703638171
211810229255864971+26698740*223092870*15=301154707235621971
211810229255864971+26698740*223092870*16=307111005767605771
211810229255864971+26698740*223092870*17=313067304299589571
211810229255864971+26698740*223092870*18=319023602831573371
211810229255864971+26698740*223092870*19=324979901363557171
211810229255864971+26698740*223092870*20=330936199895540971
211810229255864971+26698740*223092870*21=336892498427524771
211810229255864971+26698740*223092870*22=342848796959508571
211810229255864971+26698740*223092870*23=348805095491492371
211810229255864971+26698740*223092870*24=354761394023476171
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Tuna Ertemalp (Tuna Ertemalp) of the United States. Tuna is a member of the Microsoft team.
The AP25 was returned on 8 May 2017 16:01:20 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN X GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i75960X CPU @ 3.00GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. It took about 24 minutes and 56 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by user jay zhao of Canada and was returned on 9 May 2017 06:06:48 UTC. This task was run on an Nvidia Quadro K620 GPU on an Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E51620 v3 @ 3.50GHz running Linux. The double check took about 3 hours, 48 minutes and 39 seconds to complete.
The progression is written as 228315362514429847+29165712*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Tuna Ertemalp
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
228315362514429847+29165712*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
228315362514429847+29165712*223092870*0=228315362514429847
228315362514429847+29165712*223092870*1=234822024910103287
228315362514429847+29165712*223092870*2=241328687305776727
228315362514429847+29165712*223092870*3=247835349701450167
228315362514429847+29165712*223092870*4=254342012097123607
228315362514429847+29165712*223092870*5=260848674492797047
228315362514429847+29165712*223092870*6=267355336888470487
228315362514429847+29165712*223092870*7=273861999284143927
228315362514429847+29165712*223092870*8=280368661679817367
228315362514429847+29165712*223092870*9=286875324075490807
228315362514429847+29165712*223092870*10=293381986471164247
228315362514429847+29165712*223092870*11=299888648866837687
228315362514429847+29165712*223092870*12=306395311262511127
228315362514429847+29165712*223092870*13=312901973658184567
228315362514429847+29165712*223092870*14=319408636053858007
228315362514429847+29165712*223092870*15=325915298449531447
228315362514429847+29165712*223092870*16=332421960845204887
228315362514429847+29165712*223092870*17=338928623240878327
228315362514429847+29165712*223092870*18=345435285636551767
228315362514429847+29165712*223092870*19=351941948032225207
228315362514429847+29165712*223092870*20=358448610427898647
228315362514429847+29165712*223092870*21=364955272823572087
228315362514429847+29165712*223092870*22=371461935219245527
228315362514429847+29165712*223092870*23=377968597614918967
228315362514429847+29165712*223092870*24=384475260010592407
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is William Donovan (Williamd007) of the United States. William is a member of the The Knights Who Say Ni! team.
The AP25 was returned on 17 June 2017 8:31:38 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i76700K CPU @ 4.00GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Core x64 Edition. It took about 21 minutes and 49 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by Grzegorz Roman Granowski (Grzegorz Roman Granowski) of Poland and was returned on 17 June 2017 13:03:55 UTC. This task was run on a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 GPU on an Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E52660 v4 @ 2.00GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. The double check took about 19 minutes and 51 seconds to complete. Grzegorz is a member of the BOINC@Poland team.
The progression is written as 296950539631234873+32252465*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: William Donovan
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
296950539631234873+32252465*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
296950539631234873+32252465*223092870*0=296950539631234873
296950539631234873+32252465*223092870*1=304145834612659423
296950539631234873+32252465*223092870*2=311341129594083973
296950539631234873+32252465*223092870*3=318536424575508523
296950539631234873+32252465*223092870*4=325731719556933073
296950539631234873+32252465*223092870*5=332927014538357623
296950539631234873+32252465*223092870*6=340122309519782173
296950539631234873+32252465*223092870*7=347317604501206723
296950539631234873+32252465*223092870*8=354512899482631273
296950539631234873+32252465*223092870*9=361708194464055823
296950539631234873+32252465*223092870*10=368903489445480373
296950539631234873+32252465*223092870*11=376098784426904923
296950539631234873+32252465*223092870*12=383294079408329473
296950539631234873+32252465*223092870*13=390489374389754023
296950539631234873+32252465*223092870*14=397684669371178573
296950539631234873+32252465*223092870*15=404879964352603123
296950539631234873+32252465*223092870*16=412075259334027673
296950539631234873+32252465*223092870*17=419270554315452223
296950539631234873+32252465*223092870*18=426465849296876773
296950539631234873+32252465*223092870*19=433661144278301323
296950539631234873+32252465*223092870*20=440856439259725873
296950539631234873+32252465*223092870*21=448051734241150423
296950539631234873+32252465*223092870*22=455247029222574973
296950539631234873+32252465*223092870*23=462442324203999523
296950539631234873+32252465*223092870*24=469637619185424073
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Gustav Nylinder (Gurra G) of Sweden. Gustav is a member of Team.se.
The AP25 was returned on 13 July 2017 11:29:23 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i76700K CPU @ 4.00GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Core x64 Edition. It took about 34 minutes and 37 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by Ondrej Hajek (nenym) of the Czech Republic and was returned on 16 July 2017 3:07:28 UTC. This task was run on a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i54570S CPU @ 2.90GHz running Microsoft Windows 7 Professional x64 Edition. The double check took about 2 hours, 17 minutes and 59 seconds to complete. Ondrej is a member of the Czech National Team.
The progression is written as 161146967531777047+34071541*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Gustav Nylinder
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
161146967531777047+34071541*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
161146967531777047+34071541*223092870*0=161146967531777047
161146967531777047+34071541*223092870*1=168748085398789717
161146967531777047+34071541*223092870*2=176349203265802387
161146967531777047+34071541*223092870*3=183950321132815057
161146967531777047+34071541*223092870*4=191551438999827727
161146967531777047+34071541*223092870*5=199152556866840397
161146967531777047+34071541*223092870*6=206753674733853067
161146967531777047+34071541*223092870*7=214354792600865737
161146967531777047+34071541*223092870*8=221955910467878407
161146967531777047+34071541*223092870*9=229557028334891077
161146967531777047+34071541*223092870*10=237158146201903747
161146967531777047+34071541*223092870*11=244759264068916417
161146967531777047+34071541*223092870*12=252360381935929087
161146967531777047+34071541*223092870*13=259961499802941757
161146967531777047+34071541*223092870*14=267562617669954427
161146967531777047+34071541*223092870*15=275163735536967097
161146967531777047+34071541*223092870*16=282764853403979767
161146967531777047+34071541*223092870*17=290365971270992437
161146967531777047+34071541*223092870*18=297967089138005107
161146967531777047+34071541*223092870*19=305568207005017777
161146967531777047+34071541*223092870*20=313169324872030447
161146967531777047+34071541*223092870*21=320770442739043117
161146967531777047+34071541*223092870*22=328371560606055787
161146967531777047+34071541*223092870*23=335972678473068457
161146967531777047+34071541*223092870*24=343573796340081127
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Wolfgang Schwieger (DeleteNull) of Germany. Wolfgang is a member of the SETI.Germany team.
The AP25 was returned on 29 July 2017 19:45:16 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 GPU on an AMD Ryzen 5 1600X SixCore Processor running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. It took about 36 minutes and 35 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by PaweÅ‚ FeruÅ› (mindc) of Poland and was returned on 6 August 2017 20:05:37 UTC. This task was run on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i73770 CPU @ 3.40GHz running Linux. The double check took about 1 day, 10 hours, 24 minutes and 41 seconds to complete. PaweÅ‚ is a member of the BOINC@Poland team.
The progression is written as 172620809233105201+35156983*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Wolfgang Schwieger
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
172620809233105201+35156983*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
172620809233105201+35156983*223092870*0=172620809233105201
172620809233105201+35156983*223092870*1=180464081471116411
172620809233105201+35156983*223092870*2=188307353709127621
172620809233105201+35156983*223092870*3=196150625947138831
172620809233105201+35156983*223092870*4=203993898185150041
172620809233105201+35156983*223092870*5=211837170423161251
172620809233105201+35156983*223092870*6=219680442661172461
172620809233105201+35156983*223092870*7=227523714899183671
172620809233105201+35156983*223092870*8=235366987137194881
172620809233105201+35156983*223092870*9=243210259375206091
172620809233105201+35156983*223092870*10=251053531613217301
172620809233105201+35156983*223092870*11=258896803851228511
172620809233105201+35156983*223092870*12=266740076089239721
172620809233105201+35156983*223092870*13=274583348327250931
172620809233105201+35156983*223092870*14=282426620565262141
172620809233105201+35156983*223092870*15=290269892803273351
172620809233105201+35156983*223092870*16=298113165041284561
172620809233105201+35156983*223092870*17=305956437279295771
172620809233105201+35156983*223092870*18=313799709517306981
172620809233105201+35156983*223092870*19=321642981755318191
172620809233105201+35156983*223092870*20=329486253993329401
172620809233105201+35156983*223092870*21=337329526231340611
172620809233105201+35156983*223092870*22=345172798469351821
172620809233105201+35156983*223092870*23=353016070707363031
172620809233105201+35156983*223092870*24=360859342945374241
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is David E. Miller (dem0707) of The United States. David is a member of the Crunching@EVGA team.
The AP25 was returned on 19 August 2017 14:04:32 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i74790K CPU @ 4.00GHz running Microsoft Windows 7 Professional x64 Edition. It took about 40 minutes and 50 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by Jan Harlass (Jan Harlass) of Germany and was returned on 20 August 2017 15:21:41 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA Quadro K620 on an Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E51620 v3 @ 3.50GHz running Linux. The double check took about 3 hours, 49 minutes and 16 seconds to complete. Jan is a member of the Planet 3DNow! team.
The progression is written as 320382581839925153+36759418*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: David E. Miller
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
320382581839925153+36759418*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
320382581839925153+36759418*223092870*0=320382581839925153
320382581839925153+36759418*223092870*1=328583345901074813
320382581839925153+36759418*223092870*2=336784109962224473
320382581839925153+36759418*223092870*3=344984874023374133
320382581839925153+36759418*223092870*4=353185638084523793
320382581839925153+36759418*223092870*5=361386402145673453
320382581839925153+36759418*223092870*6=369587166206823113
320382581839925153+36759418*223092870*7=377787930267972773
320382581839925153+36759418*223092870*8=385988694329122433
320382581839925153+36759418*223092870*9=394189458390272093
320382581839925153+36759418*223092870*10=402390222451421753
320382581839925153+36759418*223092870*11=410590986512571413
320382581839925153+36759418*223092870*12=418791750573721073
320382581839925153+36759418*223092870*13=426992514634870733
320382581839925153+36759418*223092870*14=435193278696020393
320382581839925153+36759418*223092870*15=443394042757170053
320382581839925153+36759418*223092870*16=451594806818319713
320382581839925153+36759418*223092870*17=459795570879469373
320382581839925153+36759418*223092870*18=467996334940619033
320382581839925153+36759418*223092870*19=476197099001768693
320382581839925153+36759418*223092870*20=484397863062918353
320382581839925153+36759418*223092870*21=492598627124068013
320382581839925153+36759418*223092870*22=500799391185217673
320382581839925153+36759418*223092870*23=509000155246367333
320382581839925153+36759418*223092870*24=517200919307516993
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Bryan Little (mfl0p) of the United States.
The AP25 was returned on 28 August 2017 01:02:09 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i77700K CPU @ 4.20GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Core x64 Edition. It took about 1 hour, 58 minutes and 37 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by Grzegorz Roman Granowski (Grzegorz Roman Granowski) of Poland and was returned on 29 August 2017 05:04:53 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 GPU on an Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E52660 v4 @ 2.00GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. The double check took about 21 minutes and 53 seconds to complete. Grzegorz is a member of the BOINC@Poland team.
The progression is written as 96256695044976793+37286573*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Bryan Little
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
96256695044976793+37286573*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
96256695044976793+37286573*223092870*0=96256695044976793
96256695044976793+37286573*223092870*1=104575063628011303
96256695044976793+37286573*223092870*2=112893432211045813
96256695044976793+37286573*223092870*3=121211800794080323
96256695044976793+37286573*223092870*4=129530169377114833
96256695044976793+37286573*223092870*5=137848537960149343
96256695044976793+37286573*223092870*6=146166906543183853
96256695044976793+37286573*223092870*7=154485275126218363
96256695044976793+37286573*223092870*8=162803643709252873
96256695044976793+37286573*223092870*9=171122012292287383
96256695044976793+37286573*223092870*10=179440380875321893
96256695044976793+37286573*223092870*11=187758749458356403
96256695044976793+37286573*223092870*12=196077118041390913
96256695044976793+37286573*223092870*13=204395486624425423
96256695044976793+37286573*223092870*14=212713855207459933
96256695044976793+37286573*223092870*15=221032223790494443
96256695044976793+37286573*223092870*16=229350592373528953
96256695044976793+37286573*223092870*17=237668960956563463
96256695044976793+37286573*223092870*18=245987329539597973
96256695044976793+37286573*223092870*19=254305698122632483
96256695044976793+37286573*223092870*20=262624066705666993
96256695044976793+37286573*223092870*21=270942435288701503
96256695044976793+37286573*223092870*22=279260803871736013
96256695044976793+37286573*223092870*23=287579172454770523
96256695044976793+37286573*223092870*24=295897541037805033
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New AP26!!!
A new AP26 (Arithmetic Progression of 26 primes) has been found. The finder is Bruce E. Slade (Renix1943) of the United States. Bruce is a member of the Aggie The Pew team.
This is only the seventh AP26 known to exist, and the fourth found at PrimeGrid.
The AP26 was returned on 5 September 2017 08:23:41 UTC. It was found by an Nvidia GTX 970 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i36100 CPU @ 3.70GHz running Microsoft Windows 10
Core x64 Edition. It took about 40 minutes and 57 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP26 task was double checked by Axel Schneider (axels) of Germany and was returned on 5 September 2017 19:34:24 UTC. This task was run on an Nvidia GTX 680 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q9400 @ 2.66GHz running Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium x64 Edition. The double check took about 2 hours, 6 minutes, and 6 seconds to complete. Axel is a member of the SETI.Germany team.
The progression is written as 48277590120607451+37835074*23#*n for n=0..25. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Bruce E. Slade
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP26 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 26 terms of the AP26
48277590120607451+37835074*23#*n for n=0..25
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
48277590120607451+37835074*223092870*0=48277590120607451
48277590120607451+37835074*223092870*1=56718325365929831
48277590120607451+37835074*223092870*2=65159060611252211
48277590120607451+37835074*223092870*3=73599795856574591
48277590120607451+37835074*223092870*4=82040531101896971
48277590120607451+37835074*223092870*5=90481266347219351
48277590120607451+37835074*223092870*6=98922001592541731
48277590120607451+37835074*223092870*7=107362736837864111
48277590120607451+37835074*223092870*8=115803472083186491
48277590120607451+37835074*223092870*9=124244207328508871
48277590120607451+37835074*223092870*10=132684942573831251
48277590120607451+37835074*223092870*11=141125677819153631
48277590120607451+37835074*223092870*12=149566413064476011
48277590120607451+37835074*223092870*13=158007148309798391
48277590120607451+37835074*223092870*14=166447883555120771
48277590120607451+37835074*223092870*15=174888618800443151
48277590120607451+37835074*223092870*16=183329354045765531
48277590120607451+37835074*223092870*17=191770089291087911
48277590120607451+37835074*223092870*18=200210824536410291
48277590120607451+37835074*223092870*19=208651559781732671
48277590120607451+37835074*223092870*20=217092295027055051
48277590120607451+37835074*223092870*21=225533030272377431
48277590120607451+37835074*223092870*22=233973765517699811
48277590120607451+37835074*223092870*23=242414500763022191
48277590120607451+37835074*223092870*24=250855236008344571
48277590120607451+37835074*223092870*25=259295971253666951
For more information please see the Official Announcement.
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Wolfgang Schwieger (DeleteNull) of Germany. Wolfgang is a member of the SETI.Germany team.
The AP25 was returned on 1 October 2017 12:01:46 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 GPU on an AMD Opteron(tm) Processor 6344 running Linux openSUSE. It took about 23 minutes and 24 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 was double checked by Jan Gruyaert (jgruyaert) of Belgium and was returned on 1 October 2017 15:16:50 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i76700HQ CPU @ 2.60GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Core x64 Edition. The double check took about 40 minutes and 19 seconds to complete. Jan is a member of the Gridcoin team.
The progression is written as 282340243066022987+39699195*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Wolfgang Schwieger
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
282340243066022987+39699195*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
282340243066022987+39699195*223092870*0=282340243066022987
282340243066022987+39699195*223092870*1=291196850415262637
282340243066022987+39699195*223092870*2=300053457764502287
282340243066022987+39699195*223092870*3=308910065113741937
282340243066022987+39699195*223092870*4=317766672462981587
282340243066022987+39699195*223092870*5=326623279812221237
282340243066022987+39699195*223092870*6=335479887161460887
282340243066022987+39699195*223092870*7=344336494510700537
282340243066022987+39699195*223092870*8=353193101859940187
282340243066022987+39699195*223092870*9=362049709209179837
282340243066022987+39699195*223092870*10=370906316558419487
282340243066022987+39699195*223092870*11=379762923907659137
282340243066022987+39699195*223092870*12=388619531256898787
282340243066022987+39699195*223092870*13=397476138606138437
282340243066022987+39699195*223092870*14=406332745955378087
282340243066022987+39699195*223092870*15=415189353304617737
282340243066022987+39699195*223092870*16=424045960653857387
282340243066022987+39699195*223092870*17=432902568003097037
282340243066022987+39699195*223092870*18=441759175352336687
282340243066022987+39699195*223092870*19=450615782701576337
282340243066022987+39699195*223092870*20=459472390050815987
282340243066022987+39699195*223092870*21=468328997400055637
282340243066022987+39699195*223092870*22=477185604749295287
282340243066022987+39699195*223092870*23=486042212098534937
282340243066022987+39699195*223092870*24=494898819447774587
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Steven Schapendonk (HKSteve) of Switzerland. Steven is a member of the Crunching@EVGA team.
The AP25 was returned on 2 October 2017 9:35:40 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti GPU on an AMD FX8370E EightCore Processor running Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Edition. It took about 27 minutes and 44 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 was double checked by Lubomir Belko (Lubomir Belko) of Slovakia and was returned on 2 October 2017 20:46:40 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i76700HQ CPU @ 2.60GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Core x64 Edition. The double check took about 2 hours, 5 minutes and 50 seconds to complete. Lubomir is a member of the BOINC.SK team.
The progression is written as 139819001440953661+39776662*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Steven Schapendonk
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
139819001440953661+39776662*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
139819001440953661+39776662*223092870*0=139819001440953661
139819001440953661+39776662*223092870*1=148692891125553601
139819001440953661+39776662*223092870*2=157566780810153541
139819001440953661+39776662*223092870*3=166440670494753481
139819001440953661+39776662*223092870*4=175314560179353421
139819001440953661+39776662*223092870*5=184188449863953361
139819001440953661+39776662*223092870*6=193062339548553301
139819001440953661+39776662*223092870*7=201936229233153241
139819001440953661+39776662*223092870*8=210810118917753181
139819001440953661+39776662*223092870*9=219684008602353121
139819001440953661+39776662*223092870*10=228557898286953061
139819001440953661+39776662*223092870*11=237431787971553001
139819001440953661+39776662*223092870*12=246305677656152941
139819001440953661+39776662*223092870*13=255179567340752881
139819001440953661+39776662*223092870*14=264053457025352821
139819001440953661+39776662*223092870*15=272927346709952761
139819001440953661+39776662*223092870*16=281801236394552701
139819001440953661+39776662*223092870*17=290675126079152641
139819001440953661+39776662*223092870*18=299549015763752581
139819001440953661+39776662*223092870*19=308422905448352521
139819001440953661+39776662*223092870*20=317296795132952461
139819001440953661+39776662*223092870*21=326170684817552401
139819001440953661+39776662*223092870*22=335044574502152341
139819001440953661+39776662*223092870*23=343918464186752281
139819001440953661+39776662*223092870*24=352792353871352221
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Bill BrandtGasuen (bill brandtgasuen). Bill is a member of the Team ACC  Arthur C Clarke Fans.
The AP25 was returned on 7 November 2017 17:03:28 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 GPU on an AMD Opteron(TM) Processor 6238 running Microsoft Windows 7 Professional x64 Edition. It took about 1 hour, 38 minutes and 12 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 was double checked by Grzegorz Roman Granowski (Grzegorz Roman Granowski) of Poland and was returned on 9 November 2017 20:11:02 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 GPU on an AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X 16Core Processor running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. The double check took about 19 minutes and 34 seconds to complete. Grzegorz is a member of the BOINC@Poland team.
The progression is written as 293037522812241983+42713298*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Bill BrandtGasuen
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
293037522812241983+42713298*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
293037522812241983+42713298*223092870*0=293037522812241983
293037522812241983+42713298*223092870*1=302566555050227243
293037522812241983+42713298*223092870*2=312095587288212503
293037522812241983+42713298*223092870*3=321624619526197763
293037522812241983+42713298*223092870*4=331153651764183023
293037522812241983+42713298*223092870*5=340682684002168283
293037522812241983+42713298*223092870*6=350211716240153543
293037522812241983+42713298*223092870*7=359740748478138803
293037522812241983+42713298*223092870*8=369269780716124063
293037522812241983+42713298*223092870*9=378798812954109323
293037522812241983+42713298*223092870*10=388327845192094583
293037522812241983+42713298*223092870*11=397856877430079843
293037522812241983+42713298*223092870*12=407385909668065103
293037522812241983+42713298*223092870*13=416914941906050363
293037522812241983+42713298*223092870*14=426443974144035623
293037522812241983+42713298*223092870*15=435973006382020883
293037522812241983+42713298*223092870*16=445502038620006143
293037522812241983+42713298*223092870*17=455031070857991403
293037522812241983+42713298*223092870*18=464560103095976663
293037522812241983+42713298*223092870*19=474089135333961923
293037522812241983+42713298*223092870*20=483618167571947183
293037522812241983+42713298*223092870*21=493147199809932443
293037522812241983+42713298*223092870*22=502676232047917703
293037522812241983+42713298*223092870*23=512205264285902963
293037522812241983+42713298*223092870*24=521734296523888223
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Kyle Schwind (kyles) of the United States. Kyle is a member of the Rochester Institute of Technology team.
The AP25 was returned on 9 November 2017 05:59:00 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i74720HQ CPU @ 2.60GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Core x64 Edition. It took about 51 minutes and 34 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 was double checked by Bill BrandtGasuen (bill brandtgasuen) and was returned on 10 November 2017 20:32:12 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti GPU on an Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5472 @ 3.00GHz running Microsoft Windows 7 Professional x64 Edition. The double check took about 2 hours, 1 minute and 22 seconds to complete. Bill is a member of the Team ACC  Arthur C Clarke Fans.
The progression is written as 146492329344492673+42846350*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Kyle Schwind
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
146492329344492673+42846350*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
146492329344492673+42846350*223092870*0=146492329344492673
146492329344492673+42846350*223092870*1=156051044535017173
146492329344492673+42846350*223092870*2=165609759725541673
146492329344492673+42846350*223092870*3=175168474916066173
146492329344492673+42846350*223092870*4=184727190106590673
146492329344492673+42846350*223092870*5=194285905297115173
146492329344492673+42846350*223092870*6=203844620487639673
146492329344492673+42846350*223092870*7=213403335678164173
146492329344492673+42846350*223092870*8=222962050868688673
146492329344492673+42846350*223092870*9=232520766059213173
146492329344492673+42846350*223092870*10=242079481249737673
146492329344492673+42846350*223092870*11=251638196440262173
146492329344492673+42846350*223092870*12=261196911630786673
146492329344492673+42846350*223092870*13=270755626821311173
146492329344492673+42846350*223092870*14=280314342011835673
146492329344492673+42846350*223092870*15=289873057202360173
146492329344492673+42846350*223092870*16=299431772392884673
146492329344492673+42846350*223092870*17=308990487583409173
146492329344492673+42846350*223092870*18=318549202773933673
146492329344492673+42846350*223092870*19=328107917964458173
146492329344492673+42846350*223092870*20=337666633154982673
146492329344492673+42846350*223092870*21=347225348345507173
146492329344492673+42846350*223092870*22=356784063536031673
146492329344492673+42846350*223092870*23=366342778726556173
146492329344492673+42846350*223092870*24=375901493917080673
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Tim Terry (TimT) of the United States.
The AP25 was returned on 15 November 2017 15:45:08 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 3 GB GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i77700K CPU @ 4.20GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. It took about 41 minutes and 51 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by Bryan Little (mfl0p) of the United States and was returned on 15 November 2017 16:30:11 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i77700K CPU @ 4.20GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Core x64 Edition. The double check took about 1 hour, 58 minutes and 19 seconds to complete.
The progression is written as 66147818970286411+43305462*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Tim Terry
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
66147818970286411+43305462*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
66147818970286411+43305462*223092870*0=66147818970286411
66147818970286411+43305462*223092870*1=75808958774542351
66147818970286411+43305462*223092870*2=85470098578798291
66147818970286411+43305462*223092870*3=95131238383054231
66147818970286411+43305462*223092870*4=104792378187310171
66147818970286411+43305462*223092870*5=114453517991566111
66147818970286411+43305462*223092870*6=124114657795822051
66147818970286411+43305462*223092870*7=133775797600077991
66147818970286411+43305462*223092870*8=143436937404333931
66147818970286411+43305462*223092870*9=153098077208589871
66147818970286411+43305462*223092870*10=162759217012845811
66147818970286411+43305462*223092870*11=172420356817101751
66147818970286411+43305462*223092870*12=182081496621357691
66147818970286411+43305462*223092870*13=191742636425613631
66147818970286411+43305462*223092870*14=201403776229869571
66147818970286411+43305462*223092870*15=211064916034125511
66147818970286411+43305462*223092870*16=220726055838381451
66147818970286411+43305462*223092870*17=230387195642637391
66147818970286411+43305462*223092870*18=240048335446893331
66147818970286411+43305462*223092870*19=249709475251149271
66147818970286411+43305462*223092870*20=259370615055405211
66147818970286411+43305462*223092870*21=269031754859661151
66147818970286411+43305462*223092870*22=278692894663917091
66147818970286411+43305462*223092870*23=288354034468173031
66147818970286411+43305462*223092870*24=298015174272428971
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New AP25
A new AP25 (Arithmetic Progression of 25 primes) has been found. The finder is Jeff Webster (Jeff17) of the United States.
The AP25 was returned on 3 December 2017 3:22:37 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i72700K CPU @ 3.50GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. It took about 1 hour, 15 minutes and 44 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP25 task was double checked by Bill BrandtGasuen (bill brandtgasuen) and was returned on 3 December 2017 16:18:45 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA GeForce GT 640 GPU on an Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5472 @ 3.00GHz running Microsoft Windows 7 Professional x64 Edition. The double check took about 7 hours, 10 minutes and 6 seconds to complete.
The progression is written as 188705909233852867+44924692*23#*n for n=0..24. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Jeff Webster
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP25 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 25 terms of the AP25
188705909233852867+44924692*23#*n for n=0..24
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
188705909233852867+44924692*223092870*0=188705909233852867
188705909233852867+44924692*223092870*1=198728287705998907
188705909233852867+44924692*223092870*2=208750666178144947
188705909233852867+44924692*223092870*3=218773044650290987
188705909233852867+44924692*223092870*4=228795423122437027
188705909233852867+44924692*223092870*5=238817801594583067
188705909233852867+44924692*223092870*6=248840180066729107
188705909233852867+44924692*223092870*7=258862558538875147
188705909233852867+44924692*223092870*8=268884937011021187
188705909233852867+44924692*223092870*9=278907315483167227
188705909233852867+44924692*223092870*10=288929693955313267
188705909233852867+44924692*223092870*11=298952072427459307
188705909233852867+44924692*223092870*12=308974450899605347
188705909233852867+44924692*223092870*13=318996829371751387
188705909233852867+44924692*223092870*14=329019207843897427
188705909233852867+44924692*223092870*15=339041586316043467
188705909233852867+44924692*223092870*16=349063964788189507
188705909233852867+44924692*223092870*17=359086343260335547
188705909233852867+44924692*223092870*18=369108721732481587
188705909233852867+44924692*223092870*19=379131100204627627
188705909233852867+44924692*223092870*20=389153478676773667
188705909233852867+44924692*223092870*21=399175857148919707
188705909233852867+44924692*223092870*22=409198235621065747
188705909233852867+44924692*223092870*23=419220614093211787
188705909233852867+44924692*223092870*24=429242992565357827
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As of 2018, AP25 discoveries will no longer be announced here. The threshold for qualifying for an announcement is now an AP26 or longer.
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New AP26!!!
A new AP26 (Arithmetic Progression of 26 primes) has been found. The finder is Tom Greer (tng*) of the United States. Tom is a member of the Sicituradastra. team.
This is only the eighth AP26 known to exist, and the fifth found at PrimeGrid.
The AP26 was returned on 30 March 2018 18:04:43 UTC. It was found by an Nvidia GTX 1070 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i76700 CPU @ 3.40GHz running Microsoft Windows 10
Professional x64 Edition. It took about 28 minutes and 3 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP26 task was double checked by Grzegorz Roman Granowski (Grzegorz Roman Granowski) of Poland and was returned on 30 March 2018 19:40:10 UTC. This task was run on an Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti GPU on an AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X 16Core Processor running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. The double check took about 16 minutes and 18 seconds to complete. Grzegorz is a member of the BOINC@Poland team.
The progression is written as 6197161881651743+55850603*23#*n for n=0..25. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Tom Greer
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP26 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 26 terms of the AP26
6197161881651743+55850603*23#*n for n=0..25
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
6197161881651743+55850603*223092870*0=6197161881651743
6197161881651743+55850603*223092870*1=18657033196152353
6197161881651743+55850603*223092870*2=31116904510652963
6197161881651743+55850603*223092870*3=43576775825153573
6197161881651743+55850603*223092870*4=56036647139654183
6197161881651743+55850603*223092870*5=68496518454154793
6197161881651743+55850603*223092870*6=80956389768655403
6197161881651743+55850603*223092870*7=93416261083156013
6197161881651743+55850603*223092870*8=105876132397656623
6197161881651743+55850603*223092870*9=118336003712157233
6197161881651743+55850603*223092870*10=130795875026657843
6197161881651743+55850603*223092870*11=143255746341158453
6197161881651743+55850603*223092870*12=155715617655659063
6197161881651743+55850603*223092870*13=168175488970159673
6197161881651743+55850603*223092870*14=180635360284660283
6197161881651743+55850603*223092870*15=193095231599160893
6197161881651743+55850603*223092870*16=205555102913661503
6197161881651743+55850603*223092870*17=218014974228162113
6197161881651743+55850603*223092870*18=230474845542662723
6197161881651743+55850603*223092870*19=242934716857163333
6197161881651743+55850603*223092870*20=255394588171663943
6197161881651743+55850603*223092870*21=267854459486164553
6197161881651743+55850603*223092870*22=280314330800665163
6197161881651743+55850603*223092870*23=292774202115165773
6197161881651743+55850603*223092870*24=305234073429666383
6197161881651743+55850603*223092870*25=317693944744166993
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New AP26!!!
A new AP26 (Arithmetic Progression of 26 primes) has been found. The finder is Tom Greer (tng*) of the United States. Tom is a member of the Sicituradastra. team.
This is only the ninth AP26 known to exist, and the sixth found at PrimeGrid.
The AP26 was returned on 13 June 2018 19:23:54 UTC. It was found by an Nvidia GTX 1070 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i76700K CPU @ 4.00GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Core x64 Edition. It took about 28 minutes and 12 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP26 task was double checked by Matthew Hill (Mathmusic) of the United States and was returned on 14 June 2018 01:23:59 UTC. This task was run on an AMD CAL Tahiti (3072MB) GPU on an AMD FX(tm)8350 EightCore Processor running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. The double check took about 2 hours, 54 minutes and 51 seconds to complete. Matthew is a member of the Gridcoin team.
The progression is written as 55837783597462913+62121807*23#*n for n=0..25. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Tom Greer
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP26 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 26 terms of the AP26
55837783597462913+62121807*23#*n for n=0..25
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
55837783597462913+62121807*223092870*0=55837783597462913
55837783597462913+62121807*223092870*1=69696715810679003
55837783597462913+62121807*223092870*2=83555648023895093
55837783597462913+62121807*223092870*3=97414580237111183
55837783597462913+62121807*223092870*4=111273512450327273
55837783597462913+62121807*223092870*5=125132444663543363
55837783597462913+62121807*223092870*6=138991376876759453
55837783597462913+62121807*223092870*7=152850309089975543
55837783597462913+62121807*223092870*8=166709241303191633
55837783597462913+62121807*223092870*9=180568173516407723
55837783597462913+62121807*223092870*10=194427105729623813
55837783597462913+62121807*223092870*11=208286037942839903
55837783597462913+62121807*223092870*12=222144970156055993
55837783597462913+62121807*223092870*13=236003902369272083
55837783597462913+62121807*223092870*14=249862834582488173
55837783597462913+62121807*223092870*15=263721766795704263
55837783597462913+62121807*223092870*16=277580699008920353
55837783597462913+62121807*223092870*17=291439631222136443
55837783597462913+62121807*223092870*18=305298563435352533
55837783597462913+62121807*223092870*19=319157495648568623
55837783597462913+62121807*223092870*20=333016427861784713
55837783597462913+62121807*223092870*21=346875360075000803
55837783597462913+62121807*223092870*22=360734292288216893
55837783597462913+62121807*223092870*23=374593224501432983
55837783597462913+62121807*223092870*24=388452156714649073
55837783597462913+62121807*223092870*25=402311088927865163
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New AP26!!!
A new AP26 (Arithmetic Progression of 26 primes) has been found. The finder is user Syracuse University of the United States.
This is only the tenth AP26 known to exist, and the seventh found at PrimeGrid.
The AP26 was returned on 11 August 2018 13:39:18 UTC. It was found by an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GPU on an Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E52680 v4 @ 2.40GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Enterprise x64 Edition. It took about 19 minutes and 22 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP26 task was double checked by Bruce Webbe (bruce) of the United States and was returned on 12 August 2018 00:23:48 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 (2048MB) GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i74790 CPU @ 3.60GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Core x64 Edition. The double check took about 1 hour, 12 minutes and 49 seconds to complete. Bruce is a member of the Picard team.
The progression is written as 271702189272825977+67515487*23#*n for n=0..25. Credits are as follows:
Finder: User Syracuse University
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP26 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 26 terms of the AP26
271702189272825977+67515487*23#*n for n=0..25
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
271702189272825977+67515487*223092870*0=271702189272825977
271702189272825977+67515487*223092870*1=286764413037103667
271702189272825977+67515487*223092870*2=301826636801381357
271702189272825977+67515487*223092870*3=316888860565659047
271702189272825977+67515487*223092870*4=331951084329936737
271702189272825977+67515487*223092870*5=347013308094214427
271702189272825977+67515487*223092870*6=362075531858492117
271702189272825977+67515487*223092870*7=377137755622769807
271702189272825977+67515487*223092870*8=392199979387047497
271702189272825977+67515487*223092870*9=407262203151325187
271702189272825977+67515487*223092870*10=422324426915602877
271702189272825977+67515487*223092870*11=437386650679880567
271702189272825977+67515487*223092870*12=452448874444158257
271702189272825977+67515487*223092870*13=467511098208435947
271702189272825977+67515487*223092870*14=482573321972713637
271702189272825977+67515487*223092870*15=497635545736991327
271702189272825977+67515487*223092870*16=512697769501269017
271702189272825977+67515487*223092870*17=527759993265546707
271702189272825977+67515487*223092870*18=542822217029824397
271702189272825977+67515487*223092870*19=557884440794102087
271702189272825977+67515487*223092870*20=572946664558379777
271702189272825977+67515487*223092870*21=588008888322657467
271702189272825977+67515487*223092870*22=603071112086935157
271702189272825977+67515487*223092870*23=618133335851212847
271702189272825977+67515487*223092870*24=633195559615490537
271702189272825977+67515487*223092870*25=648257783379768227
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New AP26!!!
A new AP26 (Arithmetic Progression of 26 primes) has been found. The finder is Daniel Wimmer (Azmodes) of Austria. Daniel is a member of the Metal Archives team.
This is only the eleventh AP26 known to exist, and the eighth found at PrimeGrid.
The AP26 was returned on 17 November 2018 08:09:54 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 GPU on an AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X 16Core Processor running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. It took about 16 minutes and 40 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP26 task was double checked by Jaroslav Cerny (Jaroslav) of the Czech Republic and was returned on 17 November 2018 11:19:38 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA TITAN V GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i52500 CPU @ 3.30GHz running Microsoft Windows 7 Professional x64 Edition. The double check took about 6 minutes and 6 seconds to complete.
The progression is written as 89937610947392099+78413143*23#*n for n=0..25. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Daniel Wimmer
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune.
All builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP26 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the AP27. :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 26 terms of the AP26
89937610947392099+78413143*23#*n for n=0..25
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
89937610947392099+78413143*223092870*0=89937610947392099
89937610947392099+78413143*223092870*1=107431024064982509
89937610947392099+78413143*223092870*2=124924437182572919
89937610947392099+78413143*223092870*3=142417850300163329
89937610947392099+78413143*223092870*4=159911263417753739
89937610947392099+78413143*223092870*5=177404676535344149
89937610947392099+78413143*223092870*6=194898089652934559
89937610947392099+78413143*223092870*7=212391502770524969
89937610947392099+78413143*223092870*8=229884915888115379
89937610947392099+78413143*223092870*9=247378329005705789
89937610947392099+78413143*223092870*10=264871742123296199
89937610947392099+78413143*223092870*11=282365155240886609
89937610947392099+78413143*223092870*12=299858568358477019
89937610947392099+78413143*223092870*13=317351981476067429
89937610947392099+78413143*223092870*14=334845394593657839
89937610947392099+78413143*223092870*15=352338807711248249
89937610947392099+78413143*223092870*16=369832220828838659
89937610947392099+78413143*223092870*17=387325633946429069
89937610947392099+78413143*223092870*18=404819047064019479
89937610947392099+78413143*223092870*19=422312460181609889
89937610947392099+78413143*223092870*20=439805873299200299
89937610947392099+78413143*223092870*21=457299286416790709
89937610947392099+78413143*223092870*22=474792699534381119
89937610947392099+78413143*223092870*23=492286112651971529
89937610947392099+78413143*223092870*24=509779525769561939
89937610947392099+78413143*223092870*25=527272938887152349
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World's First AP27!!!
The first known AP27 (Arithmetic Progression of 27 primes) has been found. The finder is Rob Gahan (Robish) of Ireland. Rob is a member of the Storm team.
This is the first AP27 discovered after PrimeGrid's search of more than three years.
It's also the largest known AP24, AP25 and AP26 (smaller start but larger end than old record).
The AP27 was returned on 23 September 2019 6:25:41 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i59400 CPU @ 2.90GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. It took about 22 minutes and 34 seconds to process the task. Each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each.
The AP27 task was double checked by Hans Rensen ([DPC] hansR) of the Netherlands and was returned on 23 September 2019 21:31:31 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i76850K CPU @ 3.60GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. The double check took about 13 minutes and 19 seconds to complete. Hans is a member of the Dutch Power Cows team.
The progression is written as 224584605939537911+81292139*23#*n for n=0..26. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Rob Gahan
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 CPU program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds, and the GPU program was written by Bryan Little and Gerrit Slomma.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little, Iain Bethune, and Sebastian Jaworowicz.
All application builds by Bryan Little and Bill Michael.
The AP27 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations! Best of Luck on the continued search for the ... AP28??? :)
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
Arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 27 terms of the AP27
224584605939537911+81292139*23#*n for n=0..26
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
224584605939537911+81292139*223092870*0=224584605939537911
224584605939537911+81292139*223092870*1=242720302537486841
224584605939537911+81292139*223092870*2=260855999135435771
224584605939537911+81292139*223092870*3=278991695733384701
224584605939537911+81292139*223092870*4=297127392331333631
224584605939537911+81292139*223092870*5=315263088929282561
224584605939537911+81292139*223092870*6=333398785527231491
224584605939537911+81292139*223092870*7=351534482125180421
224584605939537911+81292139*223092870*8=369670178723129351
224584605939537911+81292139*223092870*9=387805875321078281
224584605939537911+81292139*223092870*10=405941571919027211
224584605939537911+81292139*223092870*11=424077268516976141
224584605939537911+81292139*223092870*12=442212965114925071
224584605939537911+81292139*223092870*13=460348661712874001
224584605939537911+81292139*223092870*14=478484358310822931
224584605939537911+81292139*223092870*15=496620054908771861
224584605939537911+81292139*223092870*16=514755751506720791
224584605939537911+81292139*223092870*17=532891448104669721
224584605939537911+81292139*223092870*18=551027144702618651
224584605939537911+81292139*223092870*19=569162841300567581
224584605939537911+81292139*223092870*20=587298537898516511
224584605939537911+81292139*223092870*21=605434234496465441
224584605939537911+81292139*223092870*22=623569931094414371
224584605939537911+81292139*223092870*23=641705627692363301
224584605939537911+81292139*223092870*24=659841324290312231
224584605939537911+81292139*223092870*25=677977020888261161
224584605939537911+81292139*223092870*26=696112717486210091
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New AP26!!!
A new AP26 (Arithmetic Progression of 26 primes) has been found. The finder is Jordan Romaidis of the United States. Jordan is a member of the San Francisco team.
The AP26 was returned on 1 October 2019 08:53:16 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti GPU on an Intel(R) Xeon(R) Gold 5120 CPU @ 2.20GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Enterprise x64 Edition. It took about 8 minutes and 30 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP26 task was double checked by Ian Christian Burman (Burmanic) of Norway and was returned on 1 October 2019 09:24:07 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i77700HQ CPU @ 2.80GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Core x64 Edition. The double check took about 1 hour, 44 minutes and 29 seconds to complete.
The progression is written as 367805997614139919+11897117*23#*n for n=0..25. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Jordan Romaidis
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 CPU program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds, and the GPU program was written by Bryan Little and Gerrit Slomma.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little, Iain Bethune, and Sebastian Jaworowicz.
All application builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP26 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations!
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
Arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 26 terms of the AP26
367805997614139919+11897117*23#*n for n=0..25
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
367805997614139919+11897117*223092870*0=367805997614139919
367805997614139919+11897117*223092870*1=370460159590395709
367805997614139919+11897117*223092870*2=373114321566651499
367805997614139919+11897117*223092870*3=375768483542907289
367805997614139919+11897117*223092870*4=378422645519163079
367805997614139919+11897117*223092870*5=381076807495418869
367805997614139919+11897117*223092870*6=383730969471674659
367805997614139919+11897117*223092870*7=386385131447930449
367805997614139919+11897117*223092870*8=389039293424186239
367805997614139919+11897117*223092870*9=391693455400442029
367805997614139919+11897117*223092870*10=394347617376697819
367805997614139919+11897117*223092870*11=397001779352953609
367805997614139919+11897117*223092870*12=399655941329209399
367805997614139919+11897117*223092870*13=402310103305465189
367805997614139919+11897117*223092870*14=404964265281720979
367805997614139919+11897117*223092870*15=407618427257976769
367805997614139919+11897117*223092870*16=410272589234232559
367805997614139919+11897117*223092870*17=412926751210488349
367805997614139919+11897117*223092870*18=415580913186744139
367805997614139919+11897117*223092870*19=418235075162999929
367805997614139919+11897117*223092870*20=420889237139255719
367805997614139919+11897117*223092870*21=423543399115511509
367805997614139919+11897117*223092870*22=426197561091767299
367805997614139919+11897117*223092870*23=428851723068023089
367805997614139919+11897117*223092870*24=431505885044278879
367805997614139919+11897117*223092870*25=434160047020534669
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New AP26!!!
A new AP26 (Arithmetic Progression of 26 primes) has been found. The finder is Brian D. Niegocki (Penguin) of the United States. Brian is a member of the Antarctic Crunchers team.
The AP26 was returned on 9 May 2020 01:48:16 UTC. It was found by an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 GPU on an AMD Ryzen 9 3950X 16Core Processor running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. It took about 10 minutes and 41 seconds to process the task (each task tests 100 progression differences of 10 shifts each).
The AP26 task was double checked by David Hunter (Dave) of the United Kingdom and was returned on 9 May 2020 01:56:25 UTC. This task was run on an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 GPU on an Intel(R) Core(TM) i78700K CPU @ 3.70GHz running Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64 Edition. The double check took about 18 minutes and 47 seconds to complete.
The progression is written as 478057748365697207+39202915*23#*n for n=0..25. Credits are as follows:
Finder: Brian D. Niegocki
Project: PrimeGrid
Program: AP26
The original AP26 CPU program was written by Jaroslaw Wroblewski and adapted to BOINC by Geoff Reynolds, and the GPU program was written by Bryan Little and Gerrit Slomma.
The 2016 CPU and OpenCL versions of AP26 were updated by Bryan Little, Iain Bethune, and Sebastian Jaworowicz.
All application builds by Bryan Little and Iain Bethune
The AP26 will be listed in Jens Kruse Andersen's Primes in Arithmetic Progression Records page under the section(s):
Congratulations!
Additional AP Information
How to search for 26 primes in arithmetic progression? by Jaroslaw Wroblewski
Primes in arithmetic progression  Wikipedia
Prime Arithmetic Progression  Wolfram MathWorld
Arithmetic sequence  The Prime Glossary at the Prime Pages
The 26 terms of the AP26
478057748365697207+39202915*23#*n for n=0..25
23#=2*3*5*7*11*13*17*19*23=223092870
478057748365697207+39202915*223092870*0=478057748365697207
478057748365697207+39202915*223092870*1=486803639185413257
478057748365697207+39202915*223092870*2=495549530005129307
478057748365697207+39202915*223092870*3=504295420824845357
478057748365697207+39202915*223092870*4=513041311644561407
478057748365697207+39202915*223092870*5=521787202464277457
478057748365697207+39202915*223092870*6=530533093283993507
478057748365697207+39202915*223092870*7=539278984103709557
478057748365697207+39202915*223092870*8=548024874923425607
478057748365697207+39202915*223092870*9=556770765743141657
478057748365697207+39202915*223092870*10=565516656562857707
478057748365697207+39202915*223092870*11=574262547382573757
478057748365697207+39202915*223092870*12=583008438202289807
478057748365697207+39202915*223092870*13=591754329022005857
478057748365697207+39202915*223092870*14=600500219841721907
478057748365697207+39202915*223092870*15=609246110661437957
478057748365697207+39202915*223092870*16=617992001481154007
478057748365697207+39202915*223092870*17=626737892300870057
478057748365697207+39202915*223092870*18=635483783120586107
478057748365697207+39202915*223092870*19=644229673940302157
478057748365697207+39202915*223092870*20=652975564760018207
478057748365697207+39202915*223092870*21=661721455579734257
478057748365697207+39202915*223092870*22=670467346399450307
478057748365697207+39202915*223092870*23=679213237219166357
478057748365697207+39202915*223092870*24=687959128038882407
478057748365697207+39202915*223092870*25=696705018858598457


