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Old   October 4, 2001, 04:20
Default NT4 or windows 2000 ?
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Hello everyone, I'm going to install Fluent 5 on a Windows platform. It seems that I have 2 choices. Win2k or WinNT4. Is there any significant difference? The only one I know is that the 2k-version allocates twice as much RAM. I seen figures that points on a 64MB difference. I would appreciate some quick opinions from the forum about the choice between NT and the 2000 version. However I'm running a P4 with 2GB RAM and will only use the machine for CFD and FEM calculations.

Best regards //Emil
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Old   October 5, 2001, 01:51
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Armin Gips
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I am using Fluent and Gambit with Win 2000 (SP2) without any problems (P3 1 GB RAM). I am very content with the 2k version. My opionion the 2k version is more stable than Win NT.

Yours Armin
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