|September 27, 2010, 02:23||
Memory and processors
Join Date: Sep 2010
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Hi all!, I'd like to ask you something.
Let's say that I have a problem in CFX which involves about 20 mill elements so I'd need about 24GB of memory to be able to solve it. The question is, if I have two processors in the same motherboard, will i need 24GB for each processor to use both of them or the 24GB are for the whole machine?
thank you all for your attention.
|hardware, memory, motherboard, processors|
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