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INTEL S4600LT SERVER BOARD FAMILY DRIVER
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For hardware recommendations, Intel S4600LT Server Board Family good starting point is this link: Best regards, Jeff Hello David, There is no limitation on the number of processors that your license can use. Best regards, Jeff Ravinder Please login with a confirmed email address before reporting spam Send a report to the moderators Cancel Posted: Please let me know if you get any solution of this. From what I could learn from the recommended COMSOL links, I understand that performance is mostly dependent on the product of number of processors not cores and memory channels per processor or total bandwidth.
I see Intel has a board with 4 sockets for the E v2 family. An moderate-priced processor from this family is: The most expensive processor from the E family is: Intel S4600LT Server Board Family cheap processor that appears similar in key points to the first listed above is: Though I haven't found a 4-socket board for it. Here's a comparison of 7 high-end processors spanning an order-of-magnitude range in prices: Also, if anyone knows where to get a board with four sockets for a higher-end processor, such as, Ev2.
David We are still trying to figure this out. David David Doty Please login with a confirmed email address before reporting spam Send a report to the moderators Cancel Posted: Looks like 4-socket boards for Intel processors are available only for the E and E series. We're Intel S4600LT Server Board Family for clock speed and bandwidth rather than number of cores, as Intel S4600LT Server Board Family are always seeing very low CPU usage during the most frustration portions of our efforts, which are always the trial-and-error portions of trying to get COMSOL to finalize or mesh on what are perfectly good geometries.
But we're having trouble finding E v2 processors in stock. So we're looking for similar alternatives.
Might end up spending a little more, as we're in a hurry to get something much better than what we've been using, which is a single iK with 64 GB RAM. Intel® Server Board SLT Family product listing with links to detailed product features and specifications. Support information for Intel® Server Intel S4600LT Server Board Family SLT Family.