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Old   March 27, 2013, 08:28
Default How to use GPU computing starccm+
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Hello,

i´ve read CFD Programms has the ability to harness the gpu (Nvidia professional gpus) to perform calculations. Iin the user guide there is no information about it.
I wonder if anyone knows how to enable this feature?

Thanks in advance.
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Hello,

i´ve read CFD Programms has the ability to harness the gpu (Nvidia professional gpus) to perform calculations. Iin the user guide there is no information about it.
I wonder if anyone knows how to enable this feature?

Thanks in advance.

I don't think STAR-CCM+ supports this currently

I believe it is one of those things currently working its way into industry but not quite there yet
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