No problem! I have lots of posts talking about different VPS or Dedicated Servers that I am using. Its very easy to mix up.
If @atozsocials is just following and liking, then he should be ok. Remember there are 2 main factors which will change the outcome.
The VPS servers CPU and RAM speeds. Sure a CPU could be 3ghz and RAM could be 8GB DDR3 BUT that is not the only factor. You need to consider the speed of the ram, and the quality of the processor. There are many articles online which explains that you need to consider multiple factors of a CPU and RAM to determine if it will actually increase or decrease speeds compared to other hardware with the same amount of GB, cores, etc. A 4GB RAM from Corsair in some cases will have the exact same performance of an 8GB RAM from a different company.
VPS's are shared servers which means there are other users on that server. Depending on the VPS provider they will have more or less restrictions. If they have less restrictions then the chances that someone else on that same server are abusing it to the point you are not getting the performance you initially wanted.
If you are running the same amount of accounts the entire day, look to see if at specific times your RAM or CPU skyrockets. This is usually due to someone else on the same server abusing it.
Just things to consider