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What are the differences between pc processors and server processors?

If I use a server processor for my pc, will my pc perform better? For what kind of applications does a server processor is suitable for? Does it speed up 3D rendering?

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3 Responses to “What are the differences between pc processors and server processors?”

  1. Sagun said :

    Well, there is a reason why they both exist.

    One is tailored for desktop use and other for heavy-duty work load handelling.

    Processors in servers have more cache, floating point, etc.. Giving more speed and dependability.


  2. Thorb said :

    server processors are usually thoroughly tested before and can withstand slightly more heat. but they generally only work with registered ram. registered ram is much slower because it makes sure NOTHING IS LOST or corrupted when data passes in it.
    do not get a server processor if you want to play games. (although there are some server cpus that are just normal desktop cpus with the server name and those would work you would have to know alot about cpus etc. and i would make sure by asking around tech forums if it would work on a normal motherboard with unregistered ram.)

  3. youngboy1606 said :

    If your using this for gaming, which is what you are indicating here. I’d take a look at some of the gaming websites that are out there and get some ideas from gamers playing your specific game you like to play are using.

    I’m guessing that buying a ‘server’ chip is going to be a waste of money.

    A better graphic card would prob give you more bang for your buck.


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