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Does this sound like a good deal?

Discussion in 'Server Configuration and Hosting' started by Code Monkey, Jun 9, 2013.

  1. Code Monkey

    Code Monkey Well-Known Member

    I know it looks nice to me and I will probably jump on it I was just wondering what others thought.

    Intel Xeon x3450 2.66 GHz
    16GB DDR3 ECC RAM
    2x 500 GB HDD
    10 TB Bandwidth
    1Gbit Port
    /28 IP Block (13 usable IPs)

    $70/month, $0 set up fee.
     
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  2. Lisa

    Lisa Well-Known Member

    Dedi?
     
  3. Code Monkey

    Code Monkey Well-Known Member

  4. Hoffi

    Hoffi Well-Known Member

    I have something similar for 70 €.
     
  5. Code Monkey

    Code Monkey Well-Known Member

    So that's about $90. Does it server you well?
     
  6. Hoffi

    Hoffi Well-Known Member

    I have:

    Intel® Xeon® E3-1245 Quad-Core
    inkl. Hyper-Threading-Technologie
    • RAM 16 GB DDR3 RAM ECC
    • HDD 2 x 3 TB SATA 6 Gb/s HDD
      7200 rpm (Software-RAID 1)
      Enterprise-Klasse
    • 1 GBit OnBoard
      mit 100 MBit-Anbindung
    • Backup Space 100 GB
    • TrafficUnlimited*

    It runs very fast. I run Debian. I host my XF and some WordPress and a Piwik.

    http://www.hetzner.de/hosting/produkte_rootserver/ex6
     
  7. Lisa

    Lisa Well-Known Member

    Are they managed or unmanaged?
     
  8. Walter

    Walter Well-Known Member

    Unmanaged
     
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  9. WSWD

    WSWD Well-Known Member

    It's quite an old processor, but that still isn't a terrible price.
     
  10. Code Monkey

    Code Monkey Well-Known Member

    It's semi-managed
     
  11. Tracy Perry

    Tracy Perry Well-Known Member

    If you don't mind spending a little more ($119) you can get

    Self-Managed Dedicated Servers - Unmanaged - Intel Xeon E3-1240v2 Quad Core w/ HT
    2 1TB SATA Hard Drive
    32GB DDR3 RAM
    5 IPv4 Addresses
    10TB Bandwidth - Gigabit Port
    Software RAID 1
    Unmanaged

    I found that at Hudson Valley Host (you will need to modify from the defaults), and from what I have read they are a decent hosting provider. If I wasn't already getting an L5520 from ServerComplete (with similar specs) for $75 I would probably go with them.
     
  12. Code Monkey

    Code Monkey Well-Known Member

    That looks pretty good but I can't spend that much. Frankly I'm ok on my current VPS but I am thinking of the future and putting several sites on it. Then I'll probably give my VPS to my kids for a minecraft server. I'm not giving that VPS up for $55 a year.
     
  13. Tracy Perry

    Tracy Perry Well-Known Member

    You should have been looking earlier. From ServerComplete you could have gotten an L5520 with 24GB and 2 1TB drives for $65 (for life) and then for another $10 30TB on a 1 GigaBit port. ;)
    I grabbed two of them (one with 2 1 TB drives, the other with 2 128GB 840 Pro SSD's) for less than what a lot of people are paying for just one newer E3/E5 series server (granted they get a faster processor with better energy consumption - but honestly for most a 2.66Ghz will work and THEY pay for the power consumption!). I was about to grab a third one - but they sold out. :cry:

    I'm thinking about moving my VPS to a minecraft server - but don't know anything about it. Is it a popular game (I'm an Xbox 360 freak myself)?
     
  14. Code Monkey

    Code Monkey Well-Known Member

    That's about right for me. A day late and a dollar short. lol

    I wasn't looking for a server until I noticed the deal offer in a techs signature when emailing back and forth with my host about a kernel upgrade. So asked and that's where I am at.

    There are automated scripts to install a minecraft server. It's big with the kids. To me it just looks old but they call it retro. lol I think there is a virtualmin add-on for it so I will just click the button and there it will be. I told them they and their friends will have to buy a domain and pay for xenforo if they want forums. :D

    Also only the pc version supports external servers.
     
  15. Code Monkey

    Code Monkey Well-Known Member

    Well I asked and they will give me a 10% discount for paying for a year in advance. So it's now $63 a month. Good deal I think.
     
  16. h0us3cat

    h0us3cat Member

    hetzner connection sucks, just saying.
    I get like 300+ms at random times to them.
    And once they replaced a dieing hdd of my server with a other dead hdd.
    My server was down for like a week for that.
     

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