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    Default Folding@Home project surpasses a petaflop

    For those unaware, the Folding@Home project makes use of unused CPU cycles to simulate protein folding, and hopefully one day, find a cure for many diseases and certain types of cancer. Thanks to the participation of many, the project has broken the petaflop mark, or one quadrillion floating point operations per second. It's believed that the mark would have taken another decade without the help of the PS3's Broadband processor.

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    hey do they have a client for the 2900 yet?

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