I wonder why u cant tell the program to use more of the GPU power.
I wonder why I can‘t tell my car to drive 300 km/h or faster...
Smart really smart but a program that's not using what is set as a minimum spec rec is something else.
There is nothing in the world wich is permanently used (to the max) all the time. Not your car, not your oven, and you‘ve got a lot of pants in your closet, waiting to be weared...
Some tasks in SWX use the HDD/SSD/network waiting to deliver the data to arrive - and to write them into the RAM.
After that - NOT simultaneously - SWX calculates bodies, faces, and their mates and proper positions, using the CPU.
(Maybe) now it‘s time to render all bodies and their graphics through the GPU.
And so on.
Do you think, that it‘s possible to calculate all this tasks (and many more) at once, using all capabilities of your PC?! Than go ahead, learn to program software and design your own CAD software.
I understand your wish, that all the power of your PC should be used to reduce waiting times ... but you have to learn that corporations work on this for decades... (with moderate success).
Andreas Taellberg wrote: Smart really smart but a program that's not using what is set as a minimum spec rec is something else.
Andreas Taellberg wrote:
If you have never optimized code AND written programs for maximum use of H/W (which nobody really wants anyway*) then you wouldn't understand why it is mostly impractical.
* 1) If you are using 100% of your h/w resources then you have, for all intents and purposes, 'bricked' your computer until it is finished; and 2) software ALWAYS outstrips h/w capabilities w/in a few years in any case.
Technically though you could make it use more engine power. Adjust the idle speed, air/fuel ratio, etc. Reprogram the ECU or adjust the carburetor.
Change your gear ratio to make it faster or increase torque. Optimize your shift points. Some of this can be changed programmatically in newer cars in the TCM (transmission control module).
First you need to understand when the cpu is used versus the gpu and why.
Unless you're doing simulation Solidworks isn't going to use the GPU for calculations, it's really just for graphics generation.
I know when and whay a GPU is used the problem is that Solidworks does not use the GPU for rendering as suspected.
If u see it this way whay should a quadro be the right type of cad when let sat a gtx has even more cuda cores which is what makes the calculating in example solid.
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