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I am looking for very fast VPS

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by freething, Dec 9, 2011.

  1. freething

    freething Registered Member

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    I need a VPS, very fast Upload & Download speeds!!! Also no interface lagg. Atleast 2 cores for fast processing & tasks (4 cores will be much better).
    No bandwidth limit , storage should be atleast 3TB. If anyone can point me in the right direction that would be awesome! Thanks.
     
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    Check my Sig they have QuadCore VPS
    you can use coupan BHVPS and get Quadcore vps for 35$ with free private proxies.
    but they have 100 mb/ps connection.

    or Get one at hostamus they have 1 Gig port.
     
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    freething Registered Member

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    Thanks a lot buddy.
     
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    I would recommend using Hostamus. Their speeds are VERY fast and should work perfectly for what you need.
     
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    Thanks LongBanana, I will check them out.
     
  6. freething

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    Does anyone know anymore companies?
     
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    remember there is nothing called as un-metered bandwidth in the hosting industry. All vps are metered according to the ports, 10mbps un-metered can give 3600gb bandwidth. So, take a step closely. Just compare the host's vps and dedicated plans, the same un-metered plan to dedi will be at least 5 - 10 times costlier than the vps. VPS means you are on a shared port. So, the 3600gb bandwidth is shared among the node users.

    buyvm has storage plans and its a highly reputable company. Check them out.
     
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    Thanks for sharing the knowledge spans.
     
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    get a dedicated server , remove the abstraction layer - virtualization (%10+ loss in throughput)
     
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    so you are saying a dedicated server is better than a VPS?
     
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    A VPS is really a Dedicated Server shared by few people...
     
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    Well of course it would be. If you have the money to pay more a dedicated is defiantly going to be better. Think about it, you've got a dedicated server hooked up to the router, or you're on a VPS with 40 different customers accessing that same port, same cord, then getting to the router.
     
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    Oh, okay I get it now. thanks for breaking it down guys.
     
  14. hitman247

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    I have been using a xsserver VPS ($35/mo) for about a year now and it flies! Ran a speed test for you: http://prntscr.com/4intj and this is with Sliq Submitter and No Hands SEO running in the background.
     
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    I've been with xsserver for about the same time as you but I gave up due to speed and many complaints from me regarding under performance. I've since transferred to dedicated server to datashack, vpslatch, and turnkey. I'm a happy camper now. :D

     
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    I agree, I have the same VPS and it's great for Scrapebox and downloading + uploading movies.
    I have a dedicated at DataShack too. Really cheap and they have good specs and no downtime. Also got a server at Turnkey Internet too which works great as well.
     
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    Awesome resources....
     
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    So, does anyone know if a GigaEthernet Connection can be on a dedicated server?
     
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    You are thinking it backwards. The PC is connected on a port, not the other way round.

    So, you can even have a printer on a GBit ethernet port. :D
     
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    beware of datashack...some really bad reviews out there and lots of complaints.