As far as I understand, the only differing factor is that some of these have a larger setup fee, correct? (as they have the same monthly price)
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Out the servers you listed the only ones with physically dual processors are:
AMD Opteron 175 2 x 2.2GHz 1000MHz 2 x 1MB 1GB DDR-I 400 ECC Starting at $159
AMD Opteron 185 2 x 2.6GHz 1000MHz 2 x 1MB 1GB DDR-I 400 ECC Starting at $159
ntel Xeon 3060 2 x 2.4GHz 1066MHz 1 x 4MB 1GB DDR-II 533 / 667 ECC $159
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So intel XEON 3060has the best performance here?what about a P4 3.4 HT?
That's the Xeon Dempsey core, not the Woodcrest. While the Dempsey is pretty good, it's not as good as the Operton Dual Core. Only the newer Xeon Woodcrest core is better, but you'll have to pay significant more for it.
In a lot of case, HT = Overhype marketing. Only few applications can take advantage of HyperThreading. In most cases, HT will slow things down. The P4 D 950 isn't that impressive. Here's the Apache benchmark done by GamePC: