I noticed that some websites already spilled the beans, so let us be the ones to confirm it then. Guru3D right now is in America at an NVIDIA press event. On that event the guys from the Stanford University announced that a Folding @ Home client for NVIDIA GPUs will soon be available, CUDA driven.
An all new upcoming GeForce GPU utilizing this as well is proclaimed to be be three times faster in this application than ATI's Radeon HD 3870. The new GeForce will do slightly more than 500 mol/day, which is three times more than the 170 mol/day of the Radeon HD 3870. To get you an even better perspective ... that's five times more than the 100 mol/day of the PlayStation 3 ! And that thing can crunch data man.
If you didn't do so already, please join team Guru3D and let's fold away some nasty stuff. Our folding @home can be found here:
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