Does my Mathematica license support processors with 8 cores?
I have to choose between one of the following processors:
Intel® Xeon® E5-1630 v4 Prozessor (4 cores, 3,7 GHz, 4,0 GHz Turbo)
Intel® Xeon® E5-1650 v4 Prozessor (6 cores, 3,6 GHz, 4,0 GHz Turbo)
Intel® Xeon® E5-1660 v4 Prozessor (8 cores, 3,2 GHz, 3,8 GHz Turbo)
Parallel...functions benefit from more than 4 physical cores?
Does Mathematica support : "NVIDIA Quadro P5000, 16 GB"?
What kind of functions are calculating on the graphics card?
Especially I hope that the performance of
Graphics3Dshould improve much (now I have a DELL M4800 Laptop with NVIDIA Quadro K2100M).
Here is what I could read out about my license (Mathematica 220.127.116.11, Windows 10 64 bit):
$MaxLicenseProcesses 2 $MaxLicenseSubprocesses 8 $LicenseProcesses 1 $LicenseSubprocesses 0
How should a dedicated computer for Mathematica be configurated (if the cost does not play a role) to get the best possible performance of Mathematica.