Mhz vs Cores in VPS?

Maxoq

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When I look for VPS plans, some hosting providers offer X amount of Mhz, while other hosting providers offer X amount of Cores. I don't understand this.

Can someone explain to me what are the differences, what is better/worse, is it shared or dedicated? thanks
 

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I think many Cores are better and it depends on kind of your CPU.
 

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It's a balance, in general terms the more cores the better but 1 3gz xeon core will out perform older multi core solutions . I would start with a single fast core over multiple slower ones and upgrade as needed. Newer technology is always better imo.
 

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Depends what server stands behind VPS or what CPU. Generally that is just VPS configuration and resource allocation. Mhz means how fast vps will be and should use multi core server CPU.
vCPU or No CPUs dedicated to VPS means that your VPS will run at full speed as server CPU.

If you looking Mhz vs Cores on same CPU (server) then core is better, but like LJShost says if CPU isn't same than take server with better (newer) CPU.
 
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