If you’ve been craving more speed, you’ll want to give our brand new f2 core a spin!
The f2 core is rated at a whopping 5.5 compute units, which is 69% more than our previous leader, the m1 core with 3.25 compute units.
How about memory?
f2 cores have access to 3.7 GBs of RAM, which is a much-needed middle ground between the 800 MBs available in a c2 core, and the 8 GBs available in an m1 core.
How do I use it?
All you’ll need to do is set the
At $0.22/core/hour, it’s got 120% more compute units than a c2 core, but only a 69% price premium.
With our collection of five core types, there’s something for everyone! If you have ideas for another core type, or want to tell us how important a core with a GPU is to you, please leave a comment.
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