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Xrumer, Scrapebox, SEnuke on dedicated server. 100MBPS or 1 GBPS?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by entri3, Oct 9, 2010.

  1. entri3

    entri3 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I have all the softwares installed on a dedicated server...

    Is the 100 mbps port fine or upgrading to a 1gbps port do good?

    Thanks
     
  2. thegame95

    thegame95 Junior Member

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    i have around 30 mbit and are doing fine ,, 100mbit should be ok for you, but if you can find 1gbit cheap then go for it.
     
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    If your processor is powerful enough, like quad core, then go for 1Gbps. I easily cross 100 Mbps mark with a quad-core xenon cpu at 70-80%.
     
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  5. entri3

    entri3 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    My specs are follows:

    Intel Nehalem 2.13 ghz
    12gb ram
    1 tb hard disk
    30tb bandwidth
    15 ip's

    I'm paying $278 for this...i guess pretty expensive ...I just wanted to put the best use of this or share this server with someone for a part of price...

    So, if i add 1gbps to this config would it make a difference?
     
  6. vallento

    vallento Regular Member

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    That is nuts I didn't know xrumer was this bandwidth demanding.
     
  7. Benditer

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    As I mentioned before...u r only limited by your cpu power. And INtel Nehalem 2.13 has very similar performance to my quad-core chip and I am able to go close to 200 Mbps but never above that. And I only use xrumer.
     
  8. GooglesMostWanted

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    limited by cpu power? These programs do not use crazy amount of resources...

    the only limit on xrumer is your bandwidth speed.... unless you have a bad computer.
     
  9. DutchTrafficService

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    Limited by cpu power? even my old quadcore amd runs 500 threads without trying hard at all, 1 gig line is absolute overkill as well for xrumer, whatever people will tell you.
     
  10. Benditer

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    And when did quad core xeon, 8 GB RAM and 80x2 SSD raid0 become a bad computer? And if u never felt limited by CPU then u r seriously doing something wrong. And I tell u the reason. It's because you think that you are running 500or 1000 threads but most of threads timeout because you network is choked. If threads time out then Xrumer has hardly any processing to do. No need to decipher captchas, no need of data processing and no need to use CPU. Did I make myself clear?

    You should check how many links you are doing per min. 500 threads could very well mean 100 links per min or 2000 links per min. I use to push my core i7 PC to 90% and still coulnd't do more than 750 threads.

    So, get the most powerful CPU that u can get and the 1 Gbps line. Those who say u otherwise just don't know any thing better.

    Just for the note, I don't pay $300 for that configuration. I have my server with 1 Gbps dedicated line for less than $200. So if you need to pay $500 to get the 1Gbps line then think if it's a wothwhile investment.
     
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    Yes it would be overkill if you can only use upto 200Mbps and not the 1000 Mbps of it even at xrumer running at full thread. But I will take a bite simply bcos it costs me $20 more to upgrade from 100 Mbps to 1 Gbps. If I had to pay $200 extra for that, I would be quite happy running xrumer on 100 Mbps line. It's not just about getting the best. It's about getting the best while still staying economical.
     
  12. GooglesMostWanted

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    Are you dumb? I said UNLESS you have a bad computer. I never said YOU HAVE A BAD COMPUTER.
     
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  13. matsta

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    There's 2 things that you should take into consideration.

    Everyone is saying that it's $20 or so more to get a 1gbps port. That is true to a point but remember you are sharing this line with a few other people, so it will be near impossible to reach 1gbps.

    You can get a dedicated 1gbps line, however it is going to be quite pricey. Your looking at $500+ for a basic box.

    The cpu would be a limiting factor to a point, but I doubt you can use any more power then a decent core 2 quad or i7 to max capacity.

    Your going to find that the hard drive is the main limiting factor.

    Most 7200rpm Sata drives are only gonna write around 80mb/s which is around 640mbps.

    So if you want to max everything out, I would either recommend you get a raid setup put in, get some SAS drives or even better get ssd's.

    Also ram would come in as a factor, but a point to note is, that you can't utilise more then 4gb if your on a 32bit system (I don't think Xrumer or scrapebox is 32bit) so there's not point putting 16gb of ram in if you can't utilise more then a quarter of it.

    Have a look into FDC Servers and see what the prices are. They specialize in media streaming and large ports (100gbps).

    Also look at OVH who do 1gbps servers on the cheap, however they might not be worth it if your accessing US servers (aka google) all the time.
     
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    ┼blackrat┼ Senior Member

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    Okay, i´m new to this vps thing so I´ll just ask, look at these specs:


    • CPU: 3Ghz Dedicated Usage
    • RAM: 2048 MB Dedicated Memory
    • HD: 75 GB Hard Drive Space
    • BW: 2000 GB Transfer Per Month
    • IP: 2 Public IP Address
    • vePortal Management Interface
    Will I be able to run scrapebox and senuke fine on them? Its linux so I´m thinking wine, or getting a windows server with these guys. This is at the unbelievable price of 14.95. There´s a sticky thread on this by trophaeum also.

    My needs are very basic, no need for 100000 threads running, just a stable 24/7 machine running scheduled tasks.

    What´s your take on that one,

    Go for it?/run from it?

    Thanks!
     
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  15. h1tman

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    Not if you get a WD 450 GB Velociraptor hard drive, with a 10k rpm with a 6gb sata interface.
    True Windows XP 32Bit only displays 4GB max. However you can use Windows 64bit which is limited to 128GB max.

    Apart from the CPU if using i7, the only problem is the bandwidth
     
  16. jend_sudirman

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    Will this dedicated server specs enough??

    Netherlands Dedicated Server - NL-PDS3
    CPU TYPE: Quad Core
    Processor: Intel Xeon X3440
    Speed: 4 x 2.53 Ghz
    Harddisk: 250 GB
    Memory: 8192 MB
    Traffic: 3000 GB
    Connection Port: 1000mbit
    IPs: 2

    it's a package from
    Code:
    xsserver.eu