Folding@Home Advances HPC on Graphics Cards By Releasing Software Clients for PS3, ATI’s GPUs | GenomeWeb
This article has been updated from a previous version to correct the processing power for the current leader of the Top500 list.
 
Stanford University’s Folding@Home project was one of the first distributed life science computing projects when it kicked off in 2000 with the goal of joining hundreds of thousands of desktop PCs to simulate the folding behavior of proteins.
 

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