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February 9, 2022 at 7:44 amEl_ManguanguaSubscriber
Hi, I hope you are all doing great! I'm building a PC to get a better performance when using ANSYS (mechanical, fluent, etc). By this point, I'm pretty much sure that I'm going to get an AMD Ryzen 5 5600g to be my new processor, and an NVIDIA Quadro K5200g to be my new Graphics card.
However, since the processor has integrated graphics, I'm afraid that ANSYS won't be able to use the Graphics card for calculations (which would be significantly more useful) because of some default priorization of the integrated graphics (I don't know if such think would happen, I just want to make sure everything is OK before buying anything).
Also, if the Quadro K5200 was tested (by ANSYS official team) on the version of ANSYS that I'm currently using (19.2), and it worked properly, but it was specifically tested on a Linux operative system , and I use Windows 10, is there a chance of that very same graphics card not performing well on Windows 10 for Ansys?February 9, 2022 at 1:47 pmKeyur KanadeAnsys EmployeePlease check following.
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