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Which OVH VPS is better?

Cloud VPS with 2 GB RAM and 2 vCores CPU or regular VPS with 4 GB RAM and 3 vCores CPU ?

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Which OVH VPS is better?

Cloud VPS with 2 GB RAM and 2 vCores CPU or regular VPS with 4 GB RAM and 3 vCores CPU ?

depending on how much u can pay

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Cloud costs only a few euros more. I don't mind that if it's better.

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Cloud costs only a few euros more. I don't mind that if it's better.

if you are willing to pay i recommend you to use VPS Cloud

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Cloud costs only a few euros more. I don't mind that if it's better.

if you are willing to pay i recommend you to use VPS Cloud

Alright, I'm just concerned because it has 2 GB less RAM.

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Cloud costs only a few euros more. I don't mind that if it's better.

if you are willing to pay i recommend you to use VPS Cloud

Alright, I'm just concerned because it has 2 GB less RAM.

there is 4 types :

* VC 1

* VC 2

* VC 3

* VC 4

from 2 Go to 16 Go.

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@Walid I can only afford VC1. Is it better than Classic 3?

@ccw KS-2 SSD looks neat. Would your recommend it instead of other 2 options I was talking about?

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@Walid Types of what? I didn't understand what were you trying to say.

i mean 4 models VPS Cloud 1,VPS Cloud 2,VPS Cloud 3,VPS Cloud 4

@ccw KS-2 SSD looks neat. Would your recommend it instead of other 2 options I was talking about?

as far as i know kimsufi company is working with OVH

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@Walid Types of what? I didn't understand what were you trying to say.

i mean 4 models VPS Cloud 1,VPS Cloud 2,VPS Cloud 3,VPS Cloud 4

@ccw KS-2 SSD looks neat. Would your recommend it instead of other 2 options I was talking about?

as far as i know kimsufi company is working with OVH

I edited. So VPS Classic 3 or VPS Cloud 1?

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I edited. So VPS Classic 3 or VPS Cloud 1?

as i told you i recommend VPS Cloud 1.

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Dedicated server would definitely be more powerful but KS-2 SSD has a rather weak CPU. So I really got confused.

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If I have to choose, I'll definitely choose dedicated one. Depends also what would be in this machine.

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If I have to choose, I'll definitely choose dedicated one. Depends also what would be in this machine.

Atom™ N2800 1.86 GHz+, 4 GB RAM, 40 GB SSD, 100 Mbps

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What did you choose?

Im wondering about taking it too. It would hold 2 MTA servers. Woudn't it :?

KS-2 SSD http://www.kimsufi.com/en/

The only thing is CPU, which could become bottleneck. But then again, its dedicated server.

EDIT: Quite good performance for ATOM

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What did you choose?

Im wondering about taking it too. It would hold 2 MTA servers. Woudn't it :?

KS-2 SSD http://www.kimsufi.com/en/

The only thing is CPU, which could become bottleneck. But then again, its dedicated server.

EDIT: Quite good performance for ATOM

KS-2 SSD looks like a best solution but I haven't ordered anything yet. It would definitely hold 2 servers. If you are going to use it, I would appreciate it if you tell me how it goes.

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It runs smoothly!

Running mysql,sendmail and 2 MTA servers.

Both servers do not have any serious calculation scripts serverside, tho it has casual file reading scripts.

With both servers filled with 50 and 30 slots, CPU goes round 42%.

Definetely better than standart VPS shared among other clients. Prefer having whole dedicated space!

One of the servers running on Kimsufi is on my sig.

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