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Folding at Home / Life With PlayStation PS3 Research - Take 1 550°
277w ago - I just started to take a look at Folding@Home / Life with PlayStation as part of my PS3 research. There are several little details which are pretty interesting...

One thing which got me interested, is that the "game" has more permissions than any other game or application. Normal games do not have access to the root of /dev_hdd0/ but F@H has.

It can read, write and execute which was found out as it creates a folder...

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Folding At Home PS3 Debug / Test Client is Now Available 700°
307w ago - First of all, Happy July 4th to our American viewers! As we all know, Folding At Home on the PS3 is really a beast - it knows how to use the hardware efficiently, making the PS3 one of the top clients in the entire project.

The PS3 Debug / Test version has the included files, sprx's, and the Eboot.bin all decrypted....

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SCE Receives 'Good Design Gold Award' for PS3 Folding At Home 50°
341w ago - Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. (SCEI) announced that the company's support for Stanford University's Folding@Home project on PlayStation 3, including the Folding@Home application developed and designed by SCEI specifically for PS3, received the "Good Design Gold Award 2008" from the Japan Industrial Design Promotion Organization today.

In addition to the "Good Design Gold Award" for the Folding@Home project on PS3, the...

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AMD looks to Folding@Home language for gaming physics 50°
368w ago - Nvidia may be working towards making its newly acquired PhysX technology the gaming physics standard, but AMD reckons that there are plenty of other alternatives out there, including using Stanford University's and highly parallel Brook language for gaming physics.

AMD's technical director of sales and marketing, Giusseppe Amato, told Custom PC that Brook 'allows you to use the parallel SIMD (single instruction multiple data)...

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Sony Updates Folding@Home Client to Version 1.31 50°
379w ago - Sony has issued a subtle update to its PlayStation 3 Folding@Home client today. Now at version 1.31, the update patches up an issue regarding network communication errors.

When communication with Stanford University's servers is unsuccessful, the application will now try an effective method of attempting to reconnect based on the specific error condition.

To install the update, simply restart or launch the Folding@Home...

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New Folding@Home features coming 50°
387w ago - The Official PlayStation blog has posted up that new features in the Folding@Home project. There is an auto sleep function, a background music player and a few minor features that will help you to maximize your contribution to the project.

To quote: What's a better Holiday addition to Folding than playing music? We've added a great feature in this version in the form of a background music player:

- To activate the music...

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PS3 network enters record book 50°
394w ago - A project that harnesses the spare processing power of Sony's PlayStation 3 (PS3) to help understand the cause of diseases has entered the record books.

Guinness World Records has recognised folding@home (FAH) as the world's most powerful distributed computing network.

FAH has signed up nearly 700,000 PS3s to examine how the shape of proteins affect diseases such as Alzheimer's.

The network has more than one...

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Folding@home reaches petaflop milestone 50°
400w ago - Sony Computer Entertainment sends word that partly thanks to the PlayStation 3, Folding@home - Stanford University's distributed computing project - has reached a petaflop - a milestone never before reached on a distributed computing network.

A petaflop, in case you don't keep a mathematical dictionary beside your desk, is the ability of a computer to do one quadrillion floating point operations per second (FLOPS). In other words, says...

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