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11) Message boards : Project Staging Area : optimal WFS settings (Message 100602)
Posted 2220 days ago by Joe O
All of my results are for single instances with cores=2
I guess I could run two instances, but I tend not to do that to prevent overheating. I do have a factorial instance running on that machine now as well.
12) Message boards : Project Staging Area : optimal WFS settings (Message 100467)
Posted 2225 days ago by Joe O
I started with the best results from your numbers and then added selected primes from https://primes.utm.edu/lists/small/10000.txt
I meant to use 1152 but mistyped it to get 1156.
1152 would have given 11.73 1.35
13) Message boards : Project Staging Area : optimal WFS settings (Message 100423)
Posted 2225 days ago by Joe O
MSI GTX 750TI AMD A6-3650 2.60 GHz 8GB memory

block Mp/sec Cores
5443 16.09 1.87
5393 16.02 1.86
5279 16.20 1.87
5179 16.11 1.86
5119 16.17 1.87
5107 16.41 1.88
5099 16.59 1.93 <<<
5087 16.37 1.87
5081 16.42 1.87
5077 16.45 1.89
5039 16.30 1.90
5003 16.11 1.87
4591 16.10 1.81
3833 14.80 1.69
2621 15.24 1.72
2551 15.16 1.71
2339 14.76 1.68
2011 14.26 1.63
1877 13.98 1.58
1156 11.84 1.35
1153 11.92 1.37
1151 11.87 1.33
14) Message boards : Prime Sierpinski Problem : PSP Double Check is Complete! (Message 100403)
Posted 2227 days ago by Joe O
Are you looking for something like this? :)
50309803353016993 79817 32998439
50750214895543277 222113 48428381
50826961283402153 222113 19803693
50855700998451133 168451 34502256
50942205515241673 225931 41499752
or this?
193057765750527416730031 156511 6570336
15) Message boards : Project Staging Area : optimal WFS settings (Message 100394)
Posted 2227 days ago by Joe O
For three consecutive numbers, one or two are even, ie divisible by 2 ie composite.
Take a look at the odd ones. If the last digit is a 5 it is divisible by 5.
Add all the digits of the number together, again, and again till the final result is a single digit. If that digit is 3, 6, or 9, the original number was divisible by 3.
Once you have eliminated numbers divisible by 2, 3, or 5 test the remaining candidate(s).
We really should use 6 consecutive numbers, or we run the risk of eliminating all the candidates.
16) Message boards : Project Staging Area : 2016 PRPNet October Challenge (Message 99861)
Posted 2242 days ago by Joe O
I would really appreciate if you could stop this really unfair (against other competitors) bunkering and apply the same rules as in the boinc challenges.

P.S.: I don't mind being last or in the middle with only one computer at hand.

I agree. The challenges for PRNet is very flawed.

You are currently ranked 3rd in this challenge!
Greetings from 23rd (next to last) place!!
17) Message boards : Project Staging Area : 2016 PRPNet October Challenge (Message 99857)
Posted 2242 days ago by Joe O
I would really appreciate if you could stop this really unfair (against other competitors) bunkering and apply the same rules as in the boinc challenges.

P.S.: I don't mind being last or in the middle with only one computer at hand.

You are currently ranked 5th in this challenge. Not bad for one computer!

Greetings from 21st and last place!!
18) Message boards : General discussion : Off-topic (from the TRP-Sieve ending thread) (Message 99231)
Posted 2258 days ago by Joe O
Programmable chips turning Azure into a supercomputing powerhouse
http://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2016/09/programmable-chips-turning-azure-into-a-supercomputing-powerhouse/
With this kind of processing power on tap, it won't be too long before Azure becomes a collection of supercomputers available to anyone to rent by the hour.
19) Message boards : Project Staging Area : 2016 PRPNet September Challenge (Message 99181)
Posted 2260 days ago by Joe O
6.183M on both sides now
Will we make 6.2 M?

That was leading edge which is now 6.186M

I love countdowns!
20) Message boards : Project Staging Area : 2016 PRPNet September Challenge (Message 99152)
Posted 2260 days ago by Joe O
6.183M on both sides now
Will we make 6.2 M?


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