Processor Performance Database for Folding@Home PPD (points-per-day)
About Folding@Home: Folding@Home uses home computers connected to the Internet to help Stanford University research diseases.
Points-per-day: PPD is a number that relates to how fast a processor can fold proteins. A greater PPD figure can be had if using a passkey. Get a passkey to unlock a greater PPD number.
Use this database to help choose an affordable folding processor with good performance per watt or per a currency. Click on the name of the processor to highlight that row.
SEARCHING THE DATABASE: Use the AND keyword to combine search phrases. For example to combine the searches "QUADRO" and "R9" enter "QUADRO AND R9". To isolate a processor in the search results, enter its name exactly as it is in the table. For example, "NVIDIA GEFORCE GT 1030" will only show this processor.
Click on a column heading to sort by it and then click again to reverse the sort order.
"ENERGY COST" calculates the electrical cost of running a folding computer. "WU TIME" calculates the total time of a work unit.
Use a PPD Calculator to calculate points-per-day given the project and time-per-fold.