- Oct 29, 2000
one would think the K20s would be better.
So from my reading on this subject, my conclusion is that the performance difference between the Teslas and the Titan will be marginal.
Biggest difference will be the lack of ECC ram on the Titan, resulting in occasional flipped bits in the results, as compared to the Titan's, but since folding at home is a project intended to primarily be run on consumer hardware, they have to have designed their algorithms to duplicate results to find false ones due to flipped bits ayway, so the Tesla would likely not benefit at all from this for Folding at Home.
For scientific work in a controlled environment - however - the ECC on the Teslas would likely have a huge advantage.