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Dedicated Server in the United States under $35?

Just needs good uptime, unlimited OS reinstalls, and hardware that isn't from 1995.

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  • ITLabsITLabs Member
    edited August 2019

    @matt_berdan said:
    hardware that isn't from 1995.

    ReliableSite @MrRadic. Their servers aren't from 1999 :wink:

    Edit: also WattaServer @oneilonline

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  • MikeAMikeA Member, Provider
    edited August 2019

    For $35 in the U.S.? Modern hardware and good uptime?

    I know we're on LowEndTalk but man, this isn't realistic. drServer has an offer for a $56/m E-2134 in Dallas, this is an excellent deal for a newer server.

    At less than $35 you're going to be limited to Atom CPUs or something from 2008-2013. Still not 1995 I guess.

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  • @MikeA said:
    For $35 in the U.S.? Modern hardware and good uptime?

    I know we're on LowEndTalk but man, this isn't realistic. drServer has an offer for a $56/m E-2134 in Dallas, this is an excellent deal for a newer server.

    At less than $35 you're going to be limited to Atom CPUs or something from 2008-2013. Still not 1995 I guess.

    No, there are plenty of ISPs outside the USA I am familiar with who can do this, but not in the USA, because I never worked with USA hosts.

    Here are some examples of non-atom, decent hardware for price: (not in USA)

    https://clients.skb-enterprise.com/cart.php?a=confproduct&i=0
    https://www.kimsufi.com/us/en/servers.xml
    https://www.online.net/en/server-dedicated/start-1-l

  • raindog308raindog308 Administrator, Moderator
    edited August 2019
  • MikeAMikeA Member, Provider

    @matt_berdan said:
    No, there are plenty of ISPs outside the USA I am familiar with who can do this, but not in the USA, because I never worked with USA hosts.

    Here are some examples of non-atom, decent hardware for price: (not in USA)

    https://clients.skb-enterprise.com/cart.php?a=confproduct&i=0
    https://www.kimsufi.com/us/en/servers.xml
    https://www.online.net/en/server-dedicated/start-1-l

    I know about all of the cheap European hosts, and that's basically my point. In the U.S. these types of large companies that offer very cheap servers through other brands don't really exist, if they do, many of them can't be compared to what you would get with Online.net or Kimsufi (OVH).

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  • MrRadicMrRadic Member, Provider

    @ITLabs said:

    @matt_berdan said:
    hardware that isn't from 1995.

    ReliableSite @MrRadic. Their servers aren't from 1999 :wink:

    Thanks for the mention!

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  • SSDBlazeSSDBlaze Member, Provider

    Stretch that to $45 and we have a E3-1240v1 for you, but other than that, we cannot help :)

    Good offers though from RS and DrServer

    Enterprise Dedicated Servers under $100 | NYC + Dallas Locations |

  • acidpukeacidpuke Member
    edited August 2019

    https://www.lowendtalk.com/discussion/159812/dedicated-at-low-end-prices#latest

    @vpsrus

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    8GB RAM
    1 X 2TB HDD
    10TB BW @ 1Gbs port
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    /64 IPV6
    

    Just picked one up few days ago.... other then the hard drive being a little old... server is excellent for $25

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  • Slightly over budget but for 8TB storage it is a great offer

    1x X3440 @ 2.53GHz
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  • sinsin Member

    Quickpacket is great, their sale offers are usually around $30, might be able to hit up their sales email to see if they could do something.

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  • uptimeuptime Member
    edited August 2019

    No one's mentioned nocix / wholesaleinternet yet?

    Uptime for nocix/wsi was okay last time I tried them. Although, historically, they do seem to go down from power failure for at least a few hours every year or so ...

    Dunno about joe's datacenter, but they may be another possibility for that price range.

    Then there's dacentec - apparently the support is willing, but the hardware may be weak

    And database by design ... good uptime but zero support = zombie servers

    @matt_berdan said:
    Just needs good uptime, unlimited OS reinstalls, and hardware that isn't from 1995.

    Sorry OP but generally under $50 it's going to be catch as catch can for any of those criteria (uptime, os installs, modern hardware)

    I think nocix may be your best bet all around for their standard pricing

    +1 for quickpacket if you can catch the rare promotion from @qps

    +1 for DrServer if atom on a 100 mbit port (with excellent uptime and network) works for you

    also, maybe kimsufi if Canada is close enough

    Some other cheap dedis advertise on LET occasionally - I have no experience with them but maybe ask around

    There is @Neoon's metadedi.com site devoted to dedis

    And @ServerHunter has a site with flexible filters that you can use to find dedis in that price range as well.

    But you'll want to double check any possibilities for more specific feedback if you need support or decent uptime or whatever

    tl;dr: Good luck with your budget!

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  • uptime said: And database by design ... good uptime

    Still waiting for 3 years for a server that never worked. So good uptime with me is lies.

    Support part I totally agree with. Scott used to answer me quickly, but when it came for my 200 bucks back he is lost in the ether. Phone support will not even answer anymore.

    DBD = Your own risk, and hope for a reward. That is my opinion there.

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  • XiNiXXiNiX Member, Provider

    @matt_berdan said:
    Just needs good uptime, unlimited OS reinstalls, and hardware that isn't from 1995.

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  • AuroraZ said: DBD = Your own risk, and hope for a reward. That is my opinion there.

    indeed, and that would be a well-informed opinion based on actual experience with them. So yeah, seems like database by design gets the good old 2x (amortized risk) multiplier on whatever deal one might expect to get from them. (ie, without knowing much else about them, might be even generous to say it's a 50% chance that you'll get nothing at all ...)

    @XiNiX do you have anything in OP's budget? Do you advertise a certain level of uptime? Do you offer easy OS installs? Please do be sure to mention those details here in this thread, so as not to be mistaken for a clickbaity driveby ... thanks.

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  • @uptime said: Dunno about joe's datacenter, but they may be another possibility for that price range.

    Joe's Datacenter has a few dedis in the OP's price range if the OP acts quickly:

    https://joesdatacenter.com/dedicated-servers/

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  • qpsqps Member, Provider

    Under $35 is a hard price point. Power, rack space, bandwidth, IPs, staffing, etc. all cost money.

    That said, QuickPacket has some Core i3 530 with 8GB RAM and 1TB HD or 128GB SSD available in LA for $29.99/month. It has IPMI so you can reload yourself as many times as you want. If you're interested, use promo code 3QJY864XMR to lower the price to $29.99.

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