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Old   April 13, 2022, 04:51
Default Mac studio M1 Ultra - GPU core for openFoam?
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Hello everyone,
I am a happy owner of the new mac studio M1 ultra. I am not a computer technician and I am quite new about openFoam. I was wondering, given the shared RAM architecture (correct me if I'm wrong), wouldn't it be possible to run openFoam on this SoC using also - or only - GPU cores?
Wouldn't that greatly increase computing performance?
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Old   April 27, 2022, 07:13
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Miguel,

You can check this thread: GPU Parallelization in OpenFoam

As you can see, there is some progress on GPU support, but standard OF versions will not support GPU.

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