I came upon this this morning, and I thought I'd share it with y'all. Here's the link: http://www.net-security.org/secworld.php?id=5567 Since most of my research focuses on security, I thought it was kind of interesting. People have been using FPGAs to brute for passwords for a while now, but using a GPU to brute force passwords would open things up to a whole new group of people. It would probably be faster, and cheaper, than using FPGAs depending on the GPU. When you think about it, passwords would just be the tip of the iceberg. If combined with Rainbow Tables, WPA keys could be cracked in a matter of hours or even minutes. WEP keys could be cracked in seconds. This shows lots of promise, so I guess I'll have to look into this some more. Just some information from the self-proclaimed "TPU Security Guru." P.S. Mods, please feel free to move this if you think it would fit better somewhere else.