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  • Which update would you recommend for a better Speed index?

    My server's specifications are as follows:
    Mainboard - CPU: Xeon E3-1230v3 @ 3.30GHz, Memory: DDR3 1600MHz 16GB X10SLL (2x 8GB)
    (Disc 1) Samsung 850 EVO 250GB SSD
    (Disc 2) Samsung 850 EVO 250GB SSD
    RAID - mdadm RAID 1, OS - CentOS 7, cPanel - DirectAdmin is free
    Current Bandwidth 40TB (1Gbit)

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    My Speed Index is a little below low. To improve the Speed Index, I'd like to know which hardware needs to be upgraded.

    The best thing you can do is upgrade to the most up-to-date hardware available. In terms of machine refresh timeframes, the CPU you have was developed in 2015, which is 6 years or one lifecycle ago.

    To see what comes inside your budget, check at modern processors and their speeds. Upgrade from CentOS 7 to Ubuntu, Debian, or another Linux distribution with NVMe drives. They are used by DirectAdmin.

    Consider employing a fast CDN to provide specific files. Consider caching database requests with Redis and optimizing or clustering your database server.


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    • #3
      You may upgrade to a newer CPU with a clock speed of 4GHz or higher that supports DDR4. Additionally, an NVMe SSD will boost performance.

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