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Should i use hp Server G8 with E5-2650 or E5-2643 for Exchange2013 Server for the best performance?

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Dear Expert

For exchange2013 Email Server
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You think i can get the best performance on hp Server G8 with E5-2650 or E5-2643. 16G Ram.

Around 60-100 email Server user.
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Haresh Nikumbh earned 1500 total points
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Both looks good for up to 100 users.
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by:Gordon Tin
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I am looking for the best performance & the possibility of providing services to more users.
May be up to 500 users.

This is the situation. I have an exchange implementation project & I get two propose from 2 different vendors. They plan to use different CPU for the best performance.

Company A: think that 2643 has more processing power per core.
Company B: think that 2650 provides the overall performance improvement should win.


Should you be able to provide your advise in detail?
Any good web site that I can look into it.
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by:Gordon Tin
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It is exchange2013.
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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

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Thank you for your information
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by:Gordon Tin
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good information
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I agree with your advice
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