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Upgrading VPS vs Purchasing additional VPS

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Abstroose, May 16, 2011.

  1. Abstroose

    Abstroose Elite Member

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    I'm currently using a VPS with 1GB RAM with XSserver to run ScrapeBox and AMR. I also want to install VenomSEO and Bookmarking Demon on a VPS too. Rather than upgrading my VPS from 1GB RAM ($35/month) to 2GB RAM ($65/month), I could just buy another 1GB VPS and host the new software on there, right? That way I wouldn't be sharing the CPU and connection between four programs, right?

    Is there any benefit of upgrading my server instead?
     
  2. Abstroose

    Abstroose Elite Member

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    Anyone?
     
  3. arian2k

    arian2k Newbie

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    2 VPS's would be better than 1 VPS
    Why don't you choose dedicated server?

    You may try dedibox
     
  4. thxflash

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    I would go with two just because you get (not sure with XSserver) double the cpu utilization so more processing power and you don't have to worry about 1 program taking up too many resources on the VPS since you would have two.
     
  5. Shadexpwn

    Shadexpwn Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    If I had a choice I would go with a dedicated server, but to answer your question I would pick 2 vps. You would have more resources available for either of the paths I mentioned in this post previously, a little to no price differences so your wallet won't be tapped more than it needs to be.

    Hope I helped,

    Shadexpwn
     
  6. sebo12

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    2 vps is a better option, more resources than one :)
     
  7. Expertpeon

    Expertpeon Elite Member

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    I'm currently using a VPS with 3.5gb dedicated, 150gb HD, 1gbps (split with 10 users) that gets 10megabytes/s upload in the peak hrs for $26.mth :D

    Found it after I dropped my W2server VPS yesterday.

    It runs 5 scrapeboxs x 20 connections in fast poster (with proxies) and eats about 300,000 posts in 5 hrs :eek:
     
  8. clin407

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    Share company please?
     
  9. manikato

    manikato Registered Member

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    Which company is it? its been a while now how you feel about the company any good? would you mind to share it, thanks
     
  10. toughtrasher

    toughtrasher Senior Member

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    Why would you bump a thread from literally almost a year ago ..
     
  11. manikato

    manikato Registered Member

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    because i am looking for vps now and search this from G, and like to collect all usefull information or recommendation to make a dicision
     
  12. sbella

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    Look up Hostwinds on here, they're pretty good.