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AIM 2020R2 Graphics Render Error

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    • jchokan
      Subscriber

      There is a graphics render error occurring from ANSYS AIM 2020r2 on a simulation run on a machine equipped with NVIDIA Quadro P2000 and a machine equipped with NVIDIA Quadro M2200. Both graphics card drivers are up to date. I do not see these specific cards as part of the "Tested Graphics Cards" document.

    • Naresh Patre
      Ansys Employee

      Hello Jchokan

      At what stage are you getting the error?

      Can you share a snapshot of the error?

      Are you seeing this error with a specific project or with all projects?

    • jchokan
      Subscriber
      Hello, I have attached a snip of the error that has been occurring. We are noticing these graphical errors on machines with NVIDIA Quadro series cards (P2000, M2000, M2200). The simulation is running, and values are being computed, but clicking on the results section and contours will make the design disappear.
    • Naresh Patre
      Ansys Employee

      Hello Matt Madore

      Do you have any suggestions to overcome this graphics render issue?

    • Naresh Patre
      Ansys Employee
      Hello Jchokan Do you have rapid results option enabled? Can you try disabling it from Tools - Options panel and see if that helps?  
      • jchokan
        Subscriber

        Naresh Patre Hello,

        I have disabled Rapid Results and reran the simulation and it did not give me the error this time.

        Do you mind explaining what that setting does? Since it is toggled on by default.

        Thanks for the help!

    • Naresh Patre
      Ansys Employee

      Hello Jchokan

      Glad to know that the issue is resolved!

      Rapid results or Exploratory results are those results which are automatically created and get displayed as soon as you click the Results task. You get a preview of some preliminary, lower fidelity results that is available immediately upon solving physics. These are highly interactive results that are available for a sub-set of typical variables and allow you to quickly identify and view areas of interest before creating higher fidelity results.

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