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Dylan

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What makes this different then every other host that says they are different.
 

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What makes this different then every other host that says they are different.
We use top of the line servers based in the US with enterprise-grade SSD storage while providing affordable prices.
 
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How is it "premium" when you use Xeons running at 3.7 GHz? A proper premium host would be running some sort of high GHz per core processor rather than processors with high core counts.

Edit: I don't mean to trash your company, however, I do ask a valid question.
 
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How is it "premium" when you use Xeons running at 3.7 GHz? A proper premium host would be running some sort of high GHz per core processor rather than processors with high core counts.

Edit: I don't mean to trash your company, however, I do ask a valid question.
The processors we use have a very good single thread performance which is what's most necessary for Minecraft hosting as it's mainly single threaded.
 

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The processors we use have a very good single thread performance which is what's most necessary for Minecraft hosting as it's mainly single threaded.

I'll take your word for it, I'm basing my thought on desktop hardware as I don't know all the ins and outs of server CPUs. Personally I run a i7-8086k (8700k just special edition) at 4.5ghz all the time with an OC so I guess I'm giving myself an unfair advantage.
 

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I'll take your word for it, I'm basing my thought on desktop hardware as I don't know all the ins and outs of server CPUs. Personally I run a i7-8086k (8700k just special edition) at 4.5ghz all the time with an OC so I guess I'm giving myself an unfair advantage.
There are very few server CPU's that can be overclocked and also the servers need to run 24/7 with hard workloads. Server CPU's and consumer CPU's are rated very differently.
 

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I will say, recently Minecraft has been more going more towards the route of Multi-threaded, then single-threaded as of late.
 
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