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Mass Planner on intel compute stick?

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  1. DesignCamp

    DesignCamp Junior Member

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    I have bought my first month of Mass Planner as an experiment last week. I'm currently automating my instagram an twitter accounts. Now I didn't really thought of the VPS when buying, so I'm using the free VPS service from Amazon. This VPS is lacking performance and I'm looking for an upgrade.

    I'm not in the mood to buy an other subscription VPS unless I really have too. So I went to look online for cheap pc's and I found the Intel compute sticks very appealing. It's a quad core intel atom processor with 2GB DDR3 RAM and has at least double the performance than the Amazon VPS.

    Any thoughts or recommendations?
     
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    I think you are confusing what a VPS is . VPS = virtual private server, a place where you can route traffic through and maybe even have it encrypted. Something with an IP other than your own.

    An Intel compute stick is a little PC you put into the HDMI of ( your TV for instance ) to convert it into a smart device, able to watch movies, stream youtube, blah blah. This device sits on your home network , so IP's remain the same for both your pc and this thing.
    You could have it run through a proxy though ( but I would not trust free proxies )

    Compare apples with apples

    Look maybe I am the one not reading the question right, but by what I can read from here, this is my view on things
     
  3. DesignCamp

    DesignCamp Junior Member

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    MassPlanner works on a Windows system, wether it's a local pc or a VPS it doesn't really matter. I'm just wondering if someone has enough experience with the recourses that MassPlanner needs so that I can make the right decision. I would love to run MassPlanner locally than to buy a subscription based VPS unless I really have to.

    The Intel compute stick is actually a full PC with Windows 10 installed and not just a thingy to change a regular TV to a smart TV (unless you really want it to be that).

    Hoping that my question is more clear now.
     
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    Mass planner mainly designed to work on Windows platform.So try to use this platform.

    You can upgrade your RAM to 4GB because while handling large number of data high RAM capacity is needed.

    Try Intel i3 processor it will give you better performance.
     
  5. Online Recruiter

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    I have no issue's using 2gb ram on vps, as long as you don,t you chrome at the same time.

    Massplanner,great tool.

    I would suggest listening to their sound cloud audio's it's very clear and will increase your learning curve.
     
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    Op you only need a vps if you need to run everything 27 * 7 & with lot of accounts. MP will run on your PC too with no problems unless you face any performance issues due to
    1. no of accounts.
    2. RAM usage.
    3. Internet speed.
    4. Power issues.

    You can always find good VPS deals in the marketplace. I run 100+ accounts on a server from serverhosh here, it works great.
     
  7. Syste M

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    Actually Bruh....you have are the one who is confused, you are 100% wrong. So wrong that its painful to even read your post.

    VPS is something you can host mass planner on.

    VPN is a virtual private network, and that is something that routes your IP and changes it.

    That being said........

    OP just look into getting a cheap 4GB+ VPS and host massplanner on there. DO NOT buy a cheap PC to run mass planner on, that is a complete waste of space, money and electricity - and it will no doubtedly work 100 times worse then a VPS of half the specs.
     
  8. DesignCamp

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    Guess I will get a VPS then. Thank you all for you wise input :D
     
  9. DesignCamp

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    Actually electricity is not a problem. We have solar panels on our roof and barely have to pay for electricity. I'm going to look for a VPS with 4GB ram.