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Old 04-16-2005, 05:08 AM   #1
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Default Difference between different dedicated servers

What is the difference in performance between the following servers:

AMD Sempron Servers
AMD Athlon XP Servers
Intel Celeron Servers
AMD Barton Servers
Intel Pentium 4 Servers

Is there really a big difference between a Sempron 2800, a Barton 3000 and a P4 2.4 Ghz? And which one do you recommand?
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Old 05-12-2005, 08:24 AM   #2
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Are those your only options? Is there a Dual Xeon available?

I have used many servers, from Athalons, to P4s, the old Raqs Remember those?

Also, Dual Xeons is what I use now days! They act like 4 processors on 1 machine. Remarkable performance. Now, I don't use anything but that! We use 10 of those xeons now.
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Virtual Private server meaning you can have more than 1 inside 1 dedicated server yet it acts as if the dedicated server was yours. It is depends on a dedicated server, but there may be other 4 or 5 VPSs on that same server. With VPS you are basically sharing the resources of a single dedicated between all of the VPSs hosted on it. So, depending on your needs a VPS may be better, because they are reasonably priced as compared to a dedicated server, or a Dedicated server might be better, because it is completely yours and there are no other root users.
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Are those your only options? Is there a Dual Xeon available?

I have used many servers, from Athalons, to P4s, the old Raqs Remember those?

Also, Dual Xeons is what I use now days! They act like 4 processors on 1 machine. Remarkable performance. Now, I don't use anything but that! We use 10 of those xeons now.
+ 1 to this, Dual Xenon is one of the best processors for web hosting servers.
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