Really appreciate the reply.
Overclocking is out of the question since this will be a server in a datacenter.
I was looking at getting another server to replace the one I currently have and I found a dedicated server that includes an Intel Core 2 Duo E6300 Conroe 1.86GHz 2M shared L2 Cache LGA 775 Processor for $115 a month.
It also comes with 2x160GB hard drives - 70GB more space than what I have now. I'd throw a $10 upgrade to 100Mbps uplink on it and come out paying $125 a month.
I'm currently spending $147 a month for a dedicated server with an Intel Pentium D 945 Presler 3.4GHz 2 x 2MB L2 Cache LGA 775 Processor with 1x250GB hard drive.
My husband and I are going to both get the Intel Core 2 Quad
Q6600 Kentsfield 2.4GHz 2 x 4MB L2 Cache LGA 775 Processor for our
desktop pc's we're building, so ANY amount of money saved every month will be a blessing considering how much we're going to end up spending on building them.
But considering that I'm hosting clients sites on the server, I can't afford to downgrade what I have and is why I'm here making sure that the server I'm looking to get isn't going to be a downgrade as far as performance goes. As far as space and price, it's better, but I also need to look at performance.
Even if there's a slight bit of better performance then I'll definitely be cancelling what I have and getting the new one.
I was looking at this (link below) and as far as what I've read it seems that it makes even the highend Pentium D's look homely, so.... if anyone knows something about them that wasn't said here, please s[censored] it.
As far as what I've read and what you have said, I'm already very close to pressing the "SIGN YOUR SOUL AWAY BUY NOW!" button....