Hello, i need hardware recomendation for PC working with big assemblies over +20 000 parts.
Parts are not very complicated in geometry.
What hardware component influence most on large assembly performanse.
as mentioned in a lot of other threads dealing with "hardware recommendations" i would suggest:
- Install a lot of RAM, 32GB at least, 64 GB better
- Use the fastest single-CPU System you can get. Xenon if you can afford them (and then use ECC RAM)
- Frequency rules! Find the CPU with the highest turbo clock speed.
- Have 4 to 6 cores. More are useless
- A top notch graphics card will help. Maybe a NVidia P5000 series
- Use a fast SSD and work with local cached files (in combination with PDMP)
And than learn how to deal with large assemblies! Use speedpak, large assembly mode and other SWX capabilities.
What's your budget?
What Heiko Sohnholz mentioned is a great start. 20,000 is a lot of components so I would personally want 32Gb+ RAM and a high end graphics card to boot so a P5000 or better should hopefully be good enough if you also have a good processor. Definitely don't get a hard drive, get an SSD at minimum or an NVMe Drive (Or similar). This would also depend on how complex those 20,000 components are and how many references they have to each other. Precise Hardware recommendations are hard to give. Hope the info in this thread helps a bit.
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search a little first we have answered this question many times.
The experts at solidbox and your var should be able to assist you.
One of these days....SolidWorks should come out with the SolidWorks PC. Made by them sold by them so that the program would run as stable as possible on that platform.
This chip that v card this update and that web browser all the little things you cant possibly think of could and can cause a problem. So good luck with the super computer that your looking for.
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