Business Internet Speed for my New Server

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  1. acotut

    acotut Elite Member

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    I'm thinking of changing my Internet Connection wich is around 100Mb/s to a business connection of 10Gb/s.If I get a good server,will be worth to pay 150$/month for this speed only? Considering that i'll use xrummer,scrapebox and many other bots..
     
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    If the CPU of the server can handle a lot of threads...than i think it`s worth it.
    Still depends on you...are you using those tools non-stop?
     
  3. acotut

    acotut Elite Member

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    I'll be using an i7 CPU

    I'm thinking of using them non stop,but I have a Major concern.

    The internet provider can guarantee me a huge speed,but since i'll have to use a lot of private proxies,will they be able to work at the same speed?
     
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    it totally depends whats your proxies source, if they are proxies that are setup on a server with datacenter ips and they have fast enough connection to match your speed, then sure it should work i dont see why not.

    But if you have private proxies from residential ips, aka botnet ips. Then it wont work, not a lot of residential ips have a fast internet connection to match your speed unless we are talking about those koreans then its another story.
     
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    Thanks! I guess i'll stick with my actual connection speed (100Mb/s),since I haven't saw any proxies untill now,beeing capable of handling more then 1gigabyte /sec
     
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