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Old   May 5, 2023, 09:36
Default Inquiry: What best number of USP cores can be utilized?
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Hi every one

My PC with the following hardware :

13th Gen Intel(R) Core(TM) i9-13900KF 3.00 GHz / 24 core(16 E core, 8 Pcore)
64.0 GB DDR5 RAM 6000
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060

when I ran calculation for the model of about 8000000 mesh elements in Ansys 22 with 32 core and utilizing GPU , the calculation process and post processing program stooped suddenly !

after rerun the calculation with also 32 cores but with 0 GPU , THE CALCULATION TAKE A VERY LONG TIME

- what is the best number of cores can I utilize, and what is wrong with GPU.

Note: with the less density mesh like 4000000 element the GPU run normally , there is no prop. with GPU itself.

Thanks in advance
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