I'm starting to plan out a new workstation for the foreseeable future. I want to make sure I get something that can scale as time goes by, without having to replace the system completely every few years. I am currently using Solidworks primarily for CAD, but I anticipate I will start to utilize Solidworks Sim and Solidworks Flow quite a bit. I know Solidworks can't use multiple cores, but I was curious about how well Sim and Flow use multi threading, and if Solidworks has any plan to utilize Nvidia's Cuda parallel processing in the future?
Hopefully this will help shape my next build towards single socket/multi socket/Tesla.