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  • Quad Core vs 4 vCPU's

    Hello

    I would like to ask the following about the Linux VPS packages

    https://www.eukhost.com/vps-hosting/linux.php

    vCPU : What is the real equivalanet of 1 vCPU stated in your VPS specs? For example the vLite 4 says that it has 4 vCPUs.



    Thanks

  • #2
    Re: Quad Core vs 4 vCPU's

    Greetings Toby,

    To answer your query, every core consists of 2 hyperthreads and 1 vCPU is equivalent to 1 intel hyperthread.

    Regards,
    Laurence K.

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    • #3
      Re: Quad Core vs 4 vCPU's

      Hello Laurence,

      so 1 vCPU equals 1 physical CPU ,right? What is the compouting cycle in GHz ? Or can u tell what cpu brand and model is?

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      • #4
        Re: Quad Core vs 4 vCPU's

        Hi Toby,

        1 physical CPU = multiple cores.
        Each core = 2 hyperthreads.
        1 hyperthread = 1 vCPU.

        Generally 1 vCPU ( i.e. 1 hyper-thread ) has computing cycle of more than 2.5 GHz. Regarding the brand and model query, we try to provide you with whichever is the best and latest available.

        Regards,
        Laurence K.

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        • #5
          Re: Quad Core vs 4 vCPU's

          Thanks for the precise information, Laurence.

          Is it possible to install Cloud Linux with the VPS package? If can, how to install?

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          • #6
            Re: Quad Core vs 4 vCPU's

            Hi Toby,

            Following thread will clear all your doubts on "CloudLinux installs/works on VPS package",

            https://www.eukhost.com/forums/f11/c...ervices-23562/

            Regards,
            Laurence K.

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            • #7
              Re: Quad Core vs 4 vCPU's

              So that means 1 vCPU = 1/2 Physical CPU having just 1 hyperthread
              and a person will get 4vCPU = 2 Physical CPU with your vLite plan

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