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    Performance Comparison

    I am wondering which server is more powerful?

    CPU: Dual CPU Quad Core Xeon 5520 2.27GHz
    RAM: 8096MB 1333 DDR3 Ram
    Disk Drive: 147GB 15,000RPM SA-SCSI
    Disk Drive: 147GB 15,000RPM SA-SCSI
    RAID: Hardware RAID1
    Disk Drive: 500GB SATA II
    Operating System: CentOS 6.2 64-bit

    CPU: Intel Xeon E3-1270 V3
    Hard Drive: 500GB Enterprise SATA
    Uplink Port Speed: 100mbps
    Bandwidth: 5000GB
    Operating System: CentOS 5.10 - 64 bit
    Control Panel: cPanel/WHM v11
    Thank you.
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    Intel Xeon E3-1270 V3 is still faster than the first machine, even though it has 2 CPU's

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    E3v3 is a much newer processor however, the Dual L5520 is also a good setup. - ★★ Managed VPS / Budget Servers / Colocation ★★
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