[SOLVED] Intel's low voltage CPUs and CAD/FEA software

Nov 27, 2019
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Hi guys.

Do you have any experience or information how Intel's low voltage CPUs marked with U, G7 etc. characters deals with FEA and CAD software like Inventor, AutoCAD and Ansys? I know that they are not intended for such work but I am curious how good are they while above mentioned programs are run. I do not consider very hard work, for example in Inventor there won't be opened big files and Ansys will be used mainly for learning purposes and for opening the results file since the main calculations will be performed on more sophisticated workstation.

I will be thankful for answer to my question.
 

tennis2

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I work on AutoCAD every day at work on a U series laptop CPU (and just the IGP). No issues.
We deal mostly in 2D drawings, but I've got some fairly complex 3D models that I've tested also.
 
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tennis2

Dignified
I work on AutoCAD every day at work on a U series laptop CPU (and just the IGP). No issues.
We deal mostly in 2D drawings, but I've got some fairly complex 3D models that I've tested also.
 
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