TAGGED: Ansys Discovery
January 12, 2022 at 11:49 amsanjay.balanSubscriber
The current GPU is not supported for Ansys Discovery as it's 2GB - Quadro M1000 make. This mobile workstation has another slot in which additional graphic cards can be added. If we add another 4GB compatible graphic card - Quadro M2000 will it launch Ansys Discovery and meet the hardware requirement as both the GPU will be available. How will Ansys Discovery identify to run on a new GPU in a dual scenario?
1. Will adding another GPU cause any issue on Ansys
2. Was there any scenario where this was done/Tested previously
3. Can we make the new GPU the master
- Hardware compatible utility screenshot
- laptop hardware info
- recommended hardware
- Discovery screenshot message
Appreciate timely support on this query
January 12, 2022 at 12:01 pmSubashni RavichandranAnsys Employee
Hello Sanjay Balan
To assign one of multiple GPUs on a windows machine please follow the steps mentioned in the below page.
Discovery Live: How to Delegate 1 of multiple GPUs to the Solver - Knowledge Base - Ansys Discovery Forum
Also note that, you can assign only one GPU to work with Discovery.
Please let me know if you have any queries with the steps mentioned for assigning the new GPU
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