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hello,

 

just a  a quick question

 

Does Labview support a 6-core processor like the intel Core i7-5820K ?

 

thank you

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Just a quick answer: Yes.

 

LabVIEW supports multi-cored processors.


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thank you Sam_Sharp,

 

Is there a limitation of the maximum number of cores ?

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Not that I'm aware of. I would certainly expect any currently available Intel/AMD CPU to be supported.


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ok, perfect, thank you very much.

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I would guess cores arent an issue, but threads might be:

http://digital.ni.com/public.nsf/allkb/84ECA015AA496B23862565BC006C0F19

 

sounds like a 6 core processor would have a grand total of 120 or so threads. On the other hand, 120 threads doesn't sound like an issue for windows either, so in short ^^yes, probably no problem.

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that said, better still would be to have the answer of a labview user that has a computer with more than 4 cores.


Does someone use labview with a 6 or 8-core processor ?

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@ouadji wrote:

that said, better still would be to have the answer of a labview user that has a computer with more than 4 cores.


Does someone use labview with a 6 or 8-core processor ?


Both my laptop and computer at home have 8 cores, and i know Altenbach have used an Opteron with 16 or 32 cores.

The real question is how well you can write a program to use all these cores.

 

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Both my laptop and computer at home have 8 cores...

Altenbach have used an Opteron with 16 or 32 cores...

 

Now, this is no longer an assumption, it's a certainty.

 

thank you Yamaeda.

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