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Blue Ridge Looks to Cluster Technology to Boost CFD Performance
Posted Fri March 13, 2009 @09:42AM
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News Develop3D has posted an article describing CFdesign performance on Microsoft Windows HPC networks.

Blue Ridge told me last year that in a single multi core workstation one can expect speed increases in CFdesign of up to 140% (Intel) to 160% (AMD), though I would imagine Intel has now got faster with the introduction of the Core i7, which receives its data directly from system RAM rather than going via a front side bus (FSB).

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