All arithmetical and logical procedures within a computer/server configuration are tackled by its Central Processing Unit, or CPU. This hardware component is oftentimes called the "brains" of the PC as well. The rate at which the CPU runs system instructions is also referred to as its speed and it's measured in Hertz. The speedier the processing unit is, the more quickly scripts and web programs shall be executed, though the efficiency of the latter is determined by other things as well - the read/write speed of the hard disk, the amount of physical memory, the network connection, and so forth. All newer CPUs have several cores, which work together. Subsequently, the effectiveness and the workload a CPU can manage increase, because each and every core can process several tasks individually and numerous cores can handle one task that can't be processed by a single core.

CPU Share in Dedicated Servers

The dedicated server plans which we provide come with a number of hardware configurations, so you can select the most suitable one for your websites or programs. The processor for every package is different too - the most powerful package features a 12-core processor which will provide you with outstanding script execution rates, even if your scripts are very heavy and a lot of people access and use them simultaneously. The CPU is extensively tested alongside the rest of the components we use to construct each and every new dedicated server, in order to make sure that the web server will work faultlessly at all times. We'll do this before we give you access to it, as we will never make a compromise with the quality of any of the hardware components we use. The speeds which you see on our Internet site are guaranteed for each of the packages.