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Hi, I just want to know if anyone have tried using pgi compiler to compile OpenFOAM?
  1. How is it?
  2. Will it get a better performance than GNU gcc?
  3. How to set the CFlags in detail?

I have searched the forum and to no avail.

To add one more question,
I want to know if anyone have compared the performance of OpenFOAM,
Compiled by GNU-Gcc, Icc, PGI-pgcc, etc..?
(I remember Henry said he did not gain much in using Icc)

Thank you
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