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Server CPU comparisons. L5310 vs E6600

post #1 of 5
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How much better if at all would a Xeon Clovertown L5310
http://processorfinder.intel.com/det...px?sSpec=SLACA

be for running game servers than a Core2Duo E6600?
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The Xeon will sure be more stable and dependable and does that have 6 cores? Even if not for the application you are using it clock speed shouldn't matter. The cache is nice it's 65nm and it has 1066 FSB. What are the price differences?
    
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It is a quad core. All the server will be running is a MySQL server and several source dedicated servers. The Xeon is $125 a month and the E6600 is $175 a month.
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Xeon. no question.
    
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Lower price wins.

RAM is more important for Soruce servers than a good CPU
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