Javascript graph of ecm probabilities

Enter work already done (ie, B1=43e6, 1000 curves : [1e3 <= B1 <= 50e9] )

B1: | Number of Curves: | |

B1: | Number of Curves: | |

B1: | Number of Curves: |

Expected factor size = 0.000

Javascript graph of ecm probabilities

Number of decimal digits in number to factor (100-500): | |

Number of instances of GMP-ECM to run concurrently: | |

New B1 Value *1: | |

New B1 Value *2: | |

Remaining time to work on Number: |

Memory needed for New B1 *1 = 0MB/instance, 0MB for x instances

Memory needed for New B1 *2 = 0MB/instance, 0MB for x instances

*NOTE: Be sure to click "Load Runtime Data" at least once before clicking "Update Runtime Graph".

*1,*2: Each new B1 will be added to "work already done" individually so you can compare their results to each other.

*Runtime data only available for new B1 in the range [10e3, 990e6], inclusive (more coming in a future update)

*Runtime data gathered from GMP-ECM 7 with GMP 6.1.1 running on an Intel Xeon 2687W v4.

*B1 values available on this page are of the form ab*10^c, with a in [1,9], b in [0,9], and c in [3,7].

*Some example B1 values: 10e3, 38e3, 6e4, 7.5e5, 1e6, 11e6, 43e6, 110e6, 26e7, 9.9e8, etc.

Last updated: 2018/05/04