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Day 19 Nvidia

Nvidia, which designs GPUs for the gaming and professional markets, has asked gamers to use their powerful gaming pcs to help with the fight against the coronavirus outbreak. The Silicon Valley based company asked their typical clientele to donate unused GPU clock cycles to help improve knowledge of the coronavirus. The project could help researchers better understand the virus, and eventually even develop effective therapies against it.

Gaming PCs are very good at working through several large tasks at once due to their powerful processing power. Gamers simply have to download the application folding@home, a computing project for disease research. The application runs when their PC is not being used, and they can pause it when they play games.

It is a small but real way to help the world. You don’t need medical expertise and you don’t need to leave the house to do it.

How can your community or clientele help fight the virus?


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