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Old   October 8, 2012, 09:47
Default Which workstation suits my case?
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Hi everybody,
I need to run 32 processes (Ansys CFX) in HP MPI Distributed Parallel.
Which workstation I have to consider? It doesn't matter the price.

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You could go with:
Four separate machines: dual socket E5-2643 workstations
Eight quad core processors = 32 cores and 32 memory channels

This link might be interesting to you:
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