Andy Almond wrote:
>> I was wondering if anyone has tried running molecular dynamics software
> on a PC running windows NT4 operating system. I am considering moving
> from a UNIX environment if this is possible, however I'm not sure what
> packages are available for the PC or whether you can compile the source
> codes for programs such as CHARMm and xplor.
>> If anyone could give me some information on this I would be greatful,
> and what processing speed you can expect from a state-of-the-art PC
> these days, compared with say a silicon graphics machine.
>> Andy Almond.
>> University Manchester UK.
the last version (5.0, I believe) of hyperchem (hypercub Inc.) works
with win NT 4.0. You can perform molecular dynamics with the amber
I think you can not compare the speed of the pc and unix world even with
a very very very .... powerfull PC. We did it and we change for a
silicon graphics station.