Anyone interested in the actual power of the PS3 will be pleased to see how it performs at Folding@Home, introduced in the 1.6 update Folding@Home calculates complex mathematic figures to help scientists around the world. A table showing statistics for Folding@Home users puts the PS3 ahead already, with its 13386 active units producing 328 TFLOPS. That's PS3 machines delivering over 328 trillion floating point operations per second
In comparison, there are 158943 active Windows machines that are currently outputting 151 TFLOPS. Less than half the power outputted by the PS3s.
Is anyone on Neowin using Folding@Home on the PS3? How many cycles have you gone past?
View: Folding@Home Stats