Hyper - V manager automatically detected processor in VM, SCVMM doesn't.

I created a couple of VMs in Hyper - V manager.  It automatically detected the type of proc the Host server had.  Since then I have moved to SCVMM to manage the host/VMs.  The VMs that I created originally has the correct processor.  The newly created ones(created in SCVMM) have a long list of procs to choose from. None of which are the actual processor.  Should I choose a processor that is close to the installed processor?  Just a little confused.....
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No... Just select any CPU from the list. The only meaning of CPU selected is assigning less utilized host to new machines.
It is confusing but actually doesn't matter. If you really like to use it - just select optimal CPU for your planned VM usage. I.e. slower for workstations, faster for server etc.

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boniface50Author Commented:
Thanks.  This blog you link to was very informative.  I searched everywhere and looked all through my Hyper-V book and couldn't find the answer.

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