New Hot processor

AMD has just come out with the FX60 dual core. And it apparently
overclocks nicely.
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The big question is when is SW going to get into dual core utilization
as a mainstream technology?
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The problem with that thought is that SolidWorks has little control over the use of parallel processing or not. Since SolidWorks and most other CAD system are built using the component technology of others, they are at the mercy of whomever makes the component such as Parasolid or D-Cubed. Some areas of the Parasolid kernel do take advantage of parallel processing, while others can't or don't yet.
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In single processor mode the FX60 still rocks and is faster than anything else out there. That is the beauty of the dual cores, state of the art single core preformance and the extra processor when you need it.
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In single processor mode the FX60 still rocks and is faster than anything else out there. That is the beauty of the dual cores, state of the art single core preformance and the extra processor when you need it.
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