[SOLVED] AMD or Intel for Matlab/Simulink

kahitcno

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I'm currently using an old intel laptop for running Matlab and Simulink. I was planning to build a PC or buy a new laptop in the future but I have no idea which is better in terms of running Matlab and Simulink.

I read that for AMD CPUs there is a work around to improve performance when running Matlab does this also work when running simulations on Simulink?
 
I'm currently using an old intel laptop for running Matlab and Simulink. I was planning to build a PC or buy a new laptop in the future but I have no idea which is better in terms of running Matlab and Simulink.

I read that for AMD CPUs there is a work around to improve performance when running Matlab does this also work when running simulations on Simulink?
Looking at the MATLAB requirements, they recommend for best performance to have a CPU that supports AVX2 and 4 logical cores. https://www.mathworks.com/support/requirements/matlab-system-requirements.html Right now the Ryzen 3000 series has the best AVX2 performance for the desktop. Currently MATLAB doesn't support AVX-512 so the extra cost of an Intel HEDT with AVX-512 would be a waste. Therefore getting a 6c/12t or higher CPU in the Ryzen 3000 line would give you the best performance.
 
I'm currently using an old intel laptop for running Matlab and Simulink. I was planning to build a PC or buy a new laptop in the future but I have no idea which is better in terms of running Matlab and Simulink.

I read that for AMD CPUs there is a work around to improve performance when running Matlab does this also work when running simulations on Simulink?
Looking at the MATLAB requirements, they recommend for best performance to have a CPU that supports AVX2 and 4 logical cores. https://www.mathworks.com/support/requirements/matlab-system-requirements.html Right now the Ryzen 3000 series has the best AVX2 performance for the desktop. Currently MATLAB doesn't support AVX-512 so the extra cost of an Intel HEDT with AVX-512 would be a waste. Therefore getting a 6c/12t or higher CPU in the Ryzen 3000 line would give you the best performance.
 

kahitcno

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Looking at the MATLAB requirements, they recommend for best performance to have a CPU that supports AVX2 and 4 logical cores. https://www.mathworks.com/support/requirements/matlab-system-requirements.html Right now the Ryzen 3000 series has the best AVX2 performance for the desktop. Currently MATLAB doesn't support AVX-512 so the extra cost of an Intel HEDT with AVX-512 would be a waste. Therefore getting a 6c/12t or higher CPU in the Ryzen 3000 line would give you the best performance.
Thank you @jeremyj_83 for the response!
 

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