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Old   April 2, 2013, 04:11
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Hi There

Has anyone tried running Ansys CFD with the new Xeon Phi Co processor?
As I understand it no re-coding is required as the Phi has a x64 interpretor built in.

Anyone any ideas, as to if these type of dedicated MICs will give performance advantages?
(Obviously depending on ANSY GPU licensing costs!)

Thanks for your input
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