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Question asked by Juan Cano Jimenez on May 25, 2018
Latest reply on May 25, 2018 by Juan Cano Jimenez

hello everyone,


I'm doing an overkill workstation (10000€ budget) and i'm looking for best performance in solidworks, ansys and other simulation programs. I read that solidworks does not benefit from SLI, but i was wondering why in solidworks benchmarks test is written x2 P4000 x3 P4000 or even x4 P4000? How are they connected? No sli Bridge? Are they used like accelerators?


Because i want to put a K40 accelerator in the system for sure, but still dont not if i put dual p4000 as they performed better than a single p5000 (in the solidwork graph).


And i will put an i9 18cores 36 threads to get the best performance.