I made a small performance comparison HP Proliant Gen8 in on a Windows 7 machine I migrated to HP ProLiant MicroServer Gen8 server.
The situation is starting a computer ASUS Barebone with the operating system installed on an SSD:
The intermediate situation was to turn that machine to a virtual machine using the Disk2vhd tool. This virtual machine on VirtualBox He had a virtual disk on a physical hard disk HDD. The HP Proliant server had it mounted on that disk HDD temporarily:
The final situation which wanted to get was with the server HP ProLiant MicroServer Gen8 with SSD. The VirtualBox work on the SSD.
For the performance evaluation in Windows 10 we must make use of an external program that you can download from the official website HERE.
As you can see, it seems that improved performance on HP Proliant Gent8 is more noticeable on the SSD hard drive speed and RAM speed. Although the original was a QuadCore processor, having now 2 cores in a G1610T model seems not lose much power as feared wait.
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