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    I'm looking for a good & cheap dedicated offer.

    My forums got 4000+ members, 70000+ posts and 13000+ threads, throu the day, we have about 100 users online(members & guests), and the current dedicated won't stand it for any longer.


    So, if you know any host that is good, and ofcourse, cheap, please, PM me or post a reply

  • #2
    I would suggest yet again, GoDaddy.com they are affordable, and you can have your Domain, SQL along with your hosting through them. Whenever i have talked to them when i have had problems they have been very happy to help.

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    • #3
      their servers ain't good enought, or atleast not for me, as my current dedicated is a AMD Athlon 64 3700+ , 1 GB RAM, 100 Mbit, Linux.

      What I need is a Opteron, best would be dualcore

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      • #4
        Take a look at: www.softlayer.com
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        • #5
          Originally posted by EragonNOR View Post
          their servers ain't good enought, or atleast not for me, as my current dedicated is a AMD Athlon 64 3700+ , 1 GB RAM, 100 Mbit, Linux.

          What I need is a Opteron, best would be dualcore
          IDE/SATA drives, right? Make sure your new server has 10K or 15K SCSI drives. You may also want to upgrade to 2GB of RAM and dual-processor or dual-core.

          As was recommended, try out SoftLayer. They're a new service with a pretty good rep. My stuff is hosted at The Planet. They're expensive but the service is worth every penny.
          Jason Litka - Utter Ramblings

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          • #6
            Originally posted by jason|xoxide View Post
            IDE/SATA drives, right? Make sure your new server has 10K or 15K SCSI drives. You may also want to upgrade to 2GB of RAM and dual-processor or dual-core.

            As was recommended, try out SoftLayer. They're a new service with a pretty good rep. My stuff is hosted at The Planet. They're expensive but the service is worth every penny.
            SCSI/SAS is not necessarily required. The 10k Raptors compete with the 10k SCSI/SAS. For a forum with 100 users online at a time regular SATA should do just fine for a while.

            As for SL v. TP. TP has a great network and SL has great server hardware. There have been a few network incidents in the past week which I hope get resolved permanently.
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            • #7
              I do not trust the Raptor drives. They may be as fast as 10K RPM SCSI/SAS drives but they are not as reliable (I know, I've had two fail in my personal systems at home).
              Jason Litka - Utter Ramblings

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              • #8
                how about enom, bluedream, or yahoo web host?






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                • #9
                  well, 300+ USD is to much for me, as my current host only want 40EUR

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