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Dell hardware for Simulation Computational Fluid Dynamics

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With an outsized range of computing choices out there nowadays, it will be quite difficult to pick a system which will deliver optimum performance and capability at an inexpensive value. rather than recommending the minimum computing specifications to run Simulation CFD, we tend to area unit listing the specifications of the computers utilized by the appliance Engineers at Autodesk.

Dell T5610 Workstation:

Model: Dell T5610 with Intel Dual Xeon E5-2650 V2 (8 Core HT, 2.6GHz Turbo)
RAM: +32GB DDr3
Video: Nvidia Quadro 4000
Hard Drive: 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD

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RAM:
The solver will require about 2 GB of RAM per 1 million elements.  Anything more will not make the analysis go faster.  It simply will not be used by Sim CFD.  If the available RAM is less than the model requirement the solver has to resort to file swapping which will significantly slow down the analysis.  More RAM is that case is recommended.
The amount of Ram should be based on current and future model size.

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CPU:

CPU clock speed has a big influence.  The faster the clock speed the shorter the runtimes.
It is important, however, to know that the Sim CFD solver uses CPUs (or cores) in a 2n order.  This means 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, etc…  For instance, if a machine has 2 8-core CPUs (i.e. 16 cores) the solver will use all of them.  If it has, says, 20 cores the solver will only use 16.  So it’s better to have 16 3.0 GHz cores than 20 2.6 or 2.8 GHz cores.
There is no difference between one 8-core CPU and two 4-core CPUs.  Generally, the performance/value marker starts to end around 16 cores with the 2014 solver. There are still some performance gains with 32 cores, but not much for the cost.

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AMD starts new mobile FirePro GPUs — accessible inside HP Elitebook mobile workstations

AMD has produced information on its new cellular FirePro skilled GPUs — the AMD FirePro M2000, M4000 and M6000. The entry-level FirePro M2000, which features 1GB GDDR5 memory and 480 flow processors, can be obtained within the new 14-inch HP Elitebook 8470w cellular workstation.

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The mid-range FirePro M4000, with 1GB GDDR5 memory and 512 flow processors, is definitely an choice on the 15-inch HP Elitebook 8570w and 17-inch HP Elitebook 8770w cellular workstations. A 2GB model of the GPU can also be available.
The higher-end FirePro M6000, with 2GB GDDR5 memory and 640 flow processors, doesn’t yet have a house in a collection one Mobile Workstation, although this might alter shortly with Dell because of update its Precision mobile variety shortly.
Using AMD Eyefinity engineering, all three GPUs may generate 3 displays undocked and as much as 5 displays docked. All of them help OpenCL 1.2 in addition to OpenGL 4.2.

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Lapotp review HP Envy Sleekbook 6

Lapotp review HP Envy Sleekbook 6

One thin 15-inch HP Envy Sleekbook 6 Laptop  has an Intel Ivy Bridge CPU and is called an ultrabook, while this specific model, the 15-inch HP Envy 6 Sleekbook (the 6-1010us, specifically) is instead called a sleekbook, because it has an AMD CPU and a handful of other component differences.

The look and feel are very similar, and this is one of the thinnest 15-inch laptops you can find, in either the sleekbook or ultrabook versions. In fact, the AMD model reviewed here might even have an edge over the Intel one, because it costs just $599, versus a minimum of $799 for the HP Envy 15-inch with the official ultrabook tag.

You’ll trade some performance for the cost savings, and AMD’s latest chip family (the company calls it an APU rather than a CPU, which is an Accelerated Processing Unit, combining a CPU and GPU in one package) still don’t measure up to Intel’s third-generation Core i-series processors in power or efficiency. But, battery life was better than expected and the AMD A6 inside is more than capable of handling everyday online tasks.

Price as reviewed $599
Processor 2.1GHz AMD A6-4455M APU
Memory 4GB, 667MHz DDR3
Hard drive 500GB 5,400rpm
Chipset AMD 1410h
Graphics AMD Radeon HD 7500G
Operating System Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit)
Dimensions (WD) 14.7 x 10 inches
Height 0.78 inches
Screen size (diagonal) 15.6 inches
System weight / Weight with AC adapter 4.6/5.4 pounds
Category Midsize

HP includes a one-year parts-and-labor warranty (although I’ve seen other, more expensive, HP Envy laptops start with a two-year plan). Warranty upgrades are confusing, with discounts that don’t show up until you’ve added a specific plan and laptop to your shopping cart. I was able to add a three-year extended warranty, including on-site service and accidental damage protection, for $230, after an arbitrary $99 “discount.”

HP’s service and support tools are perfectly navigable, and product manuals and software and driver downloads were easy to find. The 24-7 toll-free number can be tricky to spot, however. It’s 800-474-6836.

The HP Envy 6-1010us is best described as a pleasant surprise. Would it be a great $899 laptop? Not really, but for $599, it’s a great midsize laptop for those willing to trade a little performance for some sharp looks.

The good: The HP Envy Sleekbook 6 has a great design for a great price, and includes Beats Audio and decent graphics.

The bad: You’re trading down to AMD’s A-series processors, which are not as fast or power efficient as comparable Intel parts. Unlike actual ultrabooks, this doesn’t have a solid-state hard drive. Some of the construction still feels a bit budget.

The bottom line: The ultrabook-like HP Envy Sleekbook 6 is the sharpest-looking $599 laptop you’re likely to find, although you’ll pay a performance premium.

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