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Hi! Currently I run a small data center with around 48 blade servers that I am not using both with 2 Intel Xeons (I forgot the specific model number but I can check later) 6 cores each 12 threads. Each blade server carries around 16gb of ECC DDR3 ram. Just out of curiosity, with dual WAN at 500 mbs up and down and some kick ass enterprise network switches. How many bots can I make? How much money can I make? And if any one is interested let me know I am happy to work a partnership where I provide the computing power for a small cut. 

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Well as you're probably aware of CPUBenchmark, you should use this to measure performance. Each script is different in regards to the total you can run on a server, your best bet is following the cpubench approach and figure it out via maths.

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seems a pretty bad ram/cpu ratio.


for 12 cores/24 threads you would want 32gb minimum

My original usage for these servers was for data mining. That's why they don't have a lot of ram. 

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