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How munch coast this server

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by 75Charly, Nov 1, 2014.

  1. 75Charly

    75Charly Newbie

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    Intel® Core ™ i7-3930K hexa-core

    incl. Hyper-Threading Technology
    64 GB DDR3 RAM and 2 x 3 TB SATA 6 Gb / s HDD
    (Software-RAID 1) connection 1 Gb / s port bandwidth guaranteed 200 MBit / sTraffic inklusive 30 TB *

    how munch coast so a root server
     
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    I thing $150!!!
     
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    I could buy it for 90$ not much
     
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    Anywhere from $100-200 depending on their network/power costs. Hetzner offer this server, they have a cool auction feature where you maybe able to get it cheaper
     
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    Looks similar to the Xeon E5 1650 as far as the CPU, RAM and speed don't mean anything to me, as that can be easily added to anywhere. If you're after those specific components, it's hard to give an exact estimate since the price will change depending on provider. I would say a good deal for this would be something in the range of maybe $100-$125 USD, I wouldn't pay anymore than $150-$175 for sure. If you look around though, you can find that sort of setup, and actually a little bit better, for around $100-$125 a month. Stay away from these morons/places that act like RAM and Bandwidth are so ridiculously expensive, they're not.
     
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    clydefrog Newbie

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    depends on provider, location, other things, etc

    i'd agree with everyone in this thread when they say $100-200. a lot of providers can be talked into discounts if you rent for longer periods of time too.
     
  8. member8200

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    That will range from about $120 - $150 depending on the company that you choose
    I think that's a reasonable price for the specs you're looking for.