Question Proper CPU to run host system and 10 VM's in Windows Pro using Hyper-V

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Is the Ryzen 9 3950X an appropriate CPU, with 64GB Ram (3200 GHZ), and M2 Storage, to run a desktop host work station (Windows 10 Pro) and 10 Additional VM's.

The desktop would have the full range of common software programs. But each VM would only have a separate Windows 10 Pro OS, Excel (or equivalent), Google Chrome and a Robotic Process Software Program.

Each VM would be designed to search google, retrieve information and place it in a spreadsheet. That's all forever and ever.

I plan to devote 32 GB Ram to the host system and 4 GB Ram for each VM.

Would this new build work? I like the high end desktop over a server due to the GHZ available in a high end desktop, which I need to run the sotware programs on my host system.
 
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Assuming you meant 4GB of RAM for each VM and the remaining 24GB for the host, I don't see any issues here.

-Wolf sends
Thank you for your thumbs up. I have heard some say that Hyper-V will run very slowly on a High End Desktop versus a Server CPU. Do you know if that information is correct?
 

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