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Old   February 19, 2001, 04:39
Default Fluent on PC, Win 2000 or Linux
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Thorsten Rauch
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Buenos dias a todo!

For the work with fluent we buy a new PC. Which one is the better OS to run Fluent on: Win 2000 or Linux? Who can share his experience or has any helpful comments?

Hasta luego!

Thorsten
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Old   February 22, 2001, 21:02
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Depend on what you want; reliability or speed. Linux is more reliable and easier to use with Fluent unless you are a big GUI fan of windows. x86 Cpus seems to have better performance under Windows 2000 (~10-20% faster), but Fluent interface is not optimal, especially GAMBIT.
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Old   February 23, 2001, 11:05
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Amadou Sowe
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I have experienced graphics problems using Fluent 5.5 on a particular PC running Windows 2000.
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