Because of recent advancements in additive manufacturing, fabricating conformal cooling channels (CCCs) has become easier and more economical. In the injection molding process, CCCs provide higher cooling performance than standard (straight drilled) channels. The major reason for this is that CCCs may follow the courses of the molded geometry, whereas typical channels created using traditional machining processes cannot. Using CCCs can reduce thermal strains and warpage while also improving cycle time and achieving a more uniform temperature distribution. CCC, on the other hand, has a more complicated design procedure than traditional channels. Simulations using computer-aided engineering (CAE) are critical for achieving an effective and cost-effective design. This article compares two ANSYS modules for the purpose of validating results. It can be inferred that the two modules produce similar results for models with fine mesh. As a result, the ANSYS module to work on should be chosen depending on the job's goal as well as the CAD geometry's complexity.