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Fri, Sep 26, 2014 at 10:18:18 PM | Should the OS and Revit be on separate drives

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Should the OS (Operating System) and Revit be on separate drives?  Would this allow multiple processing CPU to work two processors at the same time for each instruction set  from each program; OS and Revit?  In theory I think it should make a difference in speed, with the effect of multiple processing.

I believe the people who asked me this question have the following hardware in their workstation(s) -

  • Intel i7 six processor CPU
  • nVidia Quadro 4000
  • 44 GB RAM
  • Several Samsung Pro SSD drives

Any thoughts? 

Thank you.


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Wed, Oct 1, 2014 at 11:58:28 AM | Should the OS and Revit be on separate drives

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Im not sure putting files on seperate hard drives effects the prosessor alocation ??


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