Folding@EVGA - Distributed Computing for the Greater Good

Did you know that your EVGA graphics card has the potential to help fight disease?

While this notion might seem far-fetched, it is very real with the help of the Folding@Home Distributed Computing Program. Created by Stanford University, this program was developed to utilize the computing power of everyone's PC to help Stanford with their goal of understanding protein folding, misfolding, and related diseases. Diseases like Alzheimer's, Mad Cow, CJD, ALS, Huntington’s, Parkinson’s disease, and many cancers or cancer-related syndromes may one day be better understood by using our combined effort and computing power!

By joining the EVGA folding team today, you can help with this noble cause which could lead to saving countless lives in the future.

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