Hi dear peter
i want to buy a CPU,can you help me?
1. intel Xeon E5-1650 v3 (6 core - 12 threats - 3.5 Mhz)
2. AMD Ryzen 5 3600x ( 6core 12 threats - 3.8 Mhz)
I want to buy a CPU too. What was your processor preference?
I bought model AMD Ryzen 5 3600x ( 6core 12 threats - 3.8 Mhz), but now I have a problem. My previous CPU was Intel. The same simulation that converged with Intel does not converge with AMD. I can't understand! Can anyone help?
Unfortunately i don't have experience with AMD processor.
I am thinking of buying this processor too, how did you find the performance of the AMD Ryzen 5 3600x processor on the speed of analysis?
I work on two-phase flows. The speed of this processor is relatively good. I just don't know why my run doesn't converge with this processor. I don't know if it's related to the processor or not.
Thanks for replying.
If you find any information please share.
I bought model AMD Ryzen 5 3600. I tested it for AMD and INTEL processors and found that there was a difference in order of 10^-4. I heard that the difference is the small differences that the processors use in the command sets. However, I think that the difference between the results may be neglected compared to the speed of calculation.
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