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April 04, 2013

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Alan Sweetenham

Really excellent series i'm just catching up on it I work for a UK SolidWorks Reseller and so far i am glad that most of what i have recommended to customers over the years has been ringing true with your tests, my own testing has been more limited so great to see this really comprehensive series.

Particularly interesting for me so far was the drop off in gains for more cores and simulation, although some simulation types benefit more than others I know SSD drives are also very popular with our simulation users who write and load large data files from disc regularly, not sure how much difference that would make to those figures through.

We have had SSD drives as standard for some time now and subjective feedback as been excellent. I also found in my own testing that when files are more spread out the benefit seemed more pronounced than when all files were in the same folder, i guess because of seek times.

Would you mind if we linked to this series from a blog post on www.solidsolutions.co.uk i think some of our customers will be interested to see your results as they come in!

thanks

Alan

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