March 11, 2021 at 6:33 amRameez_ul_HaqSubscriberAssume I have 8 physical cores within my machine. I have two separate ANSYS projects which can run independently. I have a RAM of 32 GB. I want the each of the analysis to run using the maximum machine power, so that I can observe the results quicker. So should I allocate 4 cores to each analysis, or can i also allocate 8 cores to each of them?nIf both is possible, then whats going to happen to my RAM usage for each of this?n
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