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Old   July 7, 2010, 08:35
Default Microsoft HPC Pack 2008 Tool Pack (LINPACK)
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I just start to study HPC and Cluster.
Of course a goal of clustering is to decrease computation time in Fluent.

My 4 pc is configured with i5-750 (2.66GHz), 2GB DDR3, 500GB HDD...
and I made it into cluster by using Windows HPC Server 2008 R2.

And I want to know its performance.

There are a lot of benchmark methods but I chose LINPACK.

I think it is reliable and simple.

My result is like above figure.

And I will overclock cpu to 3.6GHz. Maybe it will be increased its performance.

Folks.... If you have standard benchmark files of fluent, Pls send them to my email (

I want to test as Fluent's webpage.

-_-; Pls understand my poor english.
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Old   October 22, 2011, 18:21
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Just curious, do you have to install hpc server 2008 on all 4 machines? Or do you just need 1 license?
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