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You'll need a reasonably modern PC and the free software at — In 2008, M(37156667) was discovered, and after 8 years GIMPS has finished checking and double-checking every smaller Mersenne number.
With no new, smaller primes found, M(37156667) is officially the "45th Mersenne prime".
The prime number, also known as M74207281, is calculated by multiplying together 74,207,281 twos then subtracting one.
It has 22,338,618 digits -- almost 5 million digits longer than the previous record prime number.
Volunteers download a free program to search for these primes with a cash award offered to anyone lucky enough to find a new prime. Chris Caldwell maintains an authoritative web site on the largest known primes as well an excellent history of Mersenne primes. Cooper's computer reported the prime to the server on September 17, 2015.
However, a bug prevented the email notification from being sent.
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With no new, smaller primes found, M(32582657) is officially the "44th Mersenne prime".
Congratulations and thanks to all the GIMPS members that contributed their resources towards this milestone. The FFT assembly code has been optimized to use Intel's fused multiply-add instructions on Intel's Haswell CPUs (Core i3/i5/i7-4xxx models).
Prime95 has also discovered hardware problems in many individual's PCs.
To prove there were no errors in the prime discovery process, the prime was independently verified using both different programs and different hardware.