|October 22, 2010, 11:35||
State of OpenFOAM for hardware support
Join Date: Sep 2010
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I've been doing some searches to figure out what kind of hardware to buy to support OpenFOAM, but most of what I'm finding is about two years old. I wonder if all of you foamers could provide me with your experience using (if at all) the following items.
First, Is anyone using the Nvidia C2050 or C2070 Tesla GPU Computing Processors? If so how has it worked out for you? Was it worth the price? Can the 2050 and 2070 be combined in the same computer?
Second, what has been your experience with SSD's on OpenFOAM? Is anyone using them as RAM? If so how has that worked out?
Hopefully I'm not the only one asking these questions?
|October 23, 2010, 01:09||
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Ames, Iowa, United States
Posts: 1,907Rep Power: 27
GeekoCFD - A free distribution based on openSUSE 64 bit with CFD tools, including OpenFOAM. Available as in both physical and virtual formats.
OpenQBMM - An open-source implementation of quadrature-based moment methods.
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