Nocix.net (Small Review)
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Nocix.net (Small Review)

I want to start off by saying I am not paid by Nocix.net nor did they tell me to do a review but I felt I should since I have been with them for over 6 months now.

My experience with Nocix.net has been great for the last 6 months I have used them as my provider for my dedicated server. I have only had downtime once and that was just for a few minutes while they were doing some upgrades.

The server I have with them is a Intel Xeon (2) CPU E5420 @ 2.50GHz (8 cores total), 16GB of ram, 240GB SSD with a 1Gbps up/down.

Whenever I do submit tickets such as my last one for setting reverse DNS for one of my IPs they respond quickly and get the task done.

I felt a small review was needed for them since they are definitely underrated and have the cheapest prices I've found for a powerful dedicated in the USA.

If you have any more questions about them please feel free to ask me.

https://www.nocix.net/

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Comments

  • you wouldn't be the first to be happy with their services

  • I was actually really skeptical about them considering the price range they offer and the resources you get but luckily I can say they are amazing and I plan to stay with them forever so long as nothing changes negatively.

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  • I also have a two servers with Nocix.net one for over 1 year and the other one I just purchased from them a few weeks ago. The older of the two runs my DVR for my office and the new one is a ProxmoxVE 4.4 node I setup via clean install of Debian. I have been impressed at the quality of service for the price you get a lot. Other than some errors on config on my part have had very little down time with them. A while back I thought I might have had a bad drive on the DVR server. They replied quickly and checked the drive on it for errors. They did not find any come to find out it was an error in the VM I was running at the time. Now I have since reinstalled the DVR server on bare metal and have not had issues. The other server I have with Proxmoxve has been running fine as well. I might build a cheap cluster later by getting a couple more servers from them time will tell.

  • I also consider myself as one of the happy customer of nocix :)

  • Their support is top notch, the fastest answer was like 2 min. Used them for like 6 months solid.

  • Nocix earlier known as Datashack used to be a popular provider here. With mixed review, overall positive, but slowly was overtaken by other EU/US providers.

    Willing to buy DirecAdmin Liftetime License (Under US$75).

    Regards.

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  • Yeah I was researching them a lot before signing up because I needed a production server and was looking around for something powerful yet affordable. They came to mind and I was a little worried but 6 months strong with no major issues and great ping for all my USA clients because they are in the center of the USA which is nice too

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  • im happy too with nocix

  • jvnadrjvnadr Member
    edited January 11

    Nocix, aka, Wholesaleinternet (they claim that they are not excactly the same, even with some common owners but even their websites having the same custom control and billing interface), are top-notch dedicated server providers, compared to the price they asking for their services.
    Not brand new servers or latest model CPUs, not brand new HDDs, but rather reliable older hardware on unbeatable prices and a very good network, too.
    I use three servers with them, one is a beast (for the price): Dual E5520 (8c/16h) with 24GB memory and 3TB HDD, 1Gbit network 33TB traffic, /29 ipv4 and /64 ipv6, no IPMI/KVM but two rescue systems and a lot of automatic install/reinstall options from their custom control panel (5-6 flavours of linux, proxmox, and others) for 30$ p/m. Uptime since the last time I rebooted the server (246 days).
    A "Sex"-core AMD with 16GB memory, 2 TB HDD, Gbit connection and 33TB traffic, /29 and /64 etc., for 20$ per month.
    And a dual core E7400 with 4GB memory and 500HD for just 10$ per month (again, with automated unlimited reinstallations, rescue system and lot of images including proxmox).
    Their support? Incredibly fast and responding. They completed HDD replacement in 30 minutes after openin a ticked about having bad sectors!
    Kudos!

    • If a program actually fits in memory and has enough disk space, it is guaranteed to crash.
    • If such a program has not crashed yet, it is waiting for a critical moment before it crashes.

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  • for cheap pricing, they're good. But I had bad experience with network connectivity and stability. Also being a customer for more than 2 years means nothing for them. I asked to cancel my servers by the end of billing cycle and they terminated both machines two days after request and week before the end of billing cycle. They did that without any notice or email. When I asked to get machines back, support staff reported that they wiped data and services will not be back since I asked for cancellation. Simply like that :)

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