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  1. #1
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    which would be the better processor for a vps node

    hi im going to start offering vpses which would be the better processor amd opertron 146 or amd 3700+ the 3700 is cheaper in price then the opertoron so im assuming the opertron would be better

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    Ahh, boy.

    You won't be able to pump more then a couple vps's on a weak server like that.

    I'd take it up a notch to a upper-end Opertron or Xeon proc.

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    thought as much

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    Dual XEONS or Dual Dual Core Opterons ( for robust needs) but it depends on how many VPS you put on a server.

    For 15 or less a single CPU might do the job.
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    The host I go through uses dual dualcore opterons for all of thier VPS servers. They fit 16 VPS's per server, and its not bad at all. I still saw an enormous performance increase when i went to a dedicated, but they were good for VPS's.

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    I'd start out on an Opteron 800 series chip and motherboard with a lot of RAM slots. That way if you have to add processing power or ram later its as simple as.... adding a processor or ram.

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