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During the COVID19 outbreak, experts came up with a new way to help other PC users. Nvidia requires its customers and other PC gamers to use its powerful gaming PCs to donate unused GPU clock cycles to support disease research.

Nvidia said that PC gamers can use the Folding@home software, which allows anyone with a computer to donate spare clock cycles through the global PC network. This will essentially make it an international supercomputer and ensure that everyone can improve their understanding of coronavirus and other diseases.

Because gaming PCs generally have more powerful graphics cards than other PCs, they are in the best position to help others.

If you choose to donate clock cycles, you can do so when your PC is not in use (but turned on). You can also pause the software when you want to play any game, which has little impact on the performance of your own game session.

Folding @ Home is a distributed computing project conducting disease research. They do this by using idle personal computer resources from around the world that users can choose to donate. If you want to learn more about the Folding @ home project and how to donate, you can visit their website for more details.

If you are looking for a way to help fight coronavirus, but have nothing to donate or are currently self-isolating, this is a great way to help out in the comfort of your home.

Will you donate your unused clock cycles to help fight the coronavirus? What do you think of this project, have you heard of it before? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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