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windows vps storage

ototosototos Member
edited January 6 in Requests

Hello everyone.
I am looking for a windows vps server of 10€ per month, with 2/3 tb, possibly in Europe.

I need it for plex, but I don't need to transcode.

Thank you!!!

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  • wii747wii747 Member

    contact the people https://theworldservers.com they do custom packages

  • @ototos said:
    Hello everyone.
    I am looking for a windows vps server of 10€ per month, with 2/3 tb, possibly in Europe.

    I need it for plex, but I don't need to transcode.

    Thank you!!!

    If its just for Plex - run it on linux imo.

  • ototosototos Member

    @wii747 said:
    contact the people https://theworldservers.com they do custom packages

    Interesting, too bad it's the same oneprovider offer.

  • ototosototos Member

    @OsirisBlack said:

    @ototos said:
    Hello everyone.
    I am looking for a windows vps server of 10€ per month, with 2/3 tb, possibly in Europe.

    I need it for plex, but I don't need to transcode.

    Thank you!!!

    If its just for Plex - run it on linux imo.

    I'm looking for windows because I have a couple of applications that need to edit content before it's uploaded to plex.

  • @ototos said:

    @OsirisBlack said:

    @ototos said:
    Hello everyone.
    I am looking for a windows vps server of 10€ per month, with 2/3 tb, possibly in Europe.

    I need it for plex, but I don't need to transcode.

    Thank you!!!

    If its just for Plex - run it on linux imo.

    I'm looking for windows because I have a couple of applications that need to edit content before it's uploaded to plex.

    Up your budget and try @LiteServer or @Mr_Tom - not sure about the Windows on their Storage plans but you can ask - take a look. They are both prem providers tbh.

    Thanked by 2LiteServer Mr_Tom
  • HakimHakim Member

    @ototos said: I'm looking for windows because I have a couple of applications that need to edit content before it's uploaded to plex.

    Isn't there any Linux alternative? Windows VPS usually a bit expensive than Linux & running windows will use some extra resources too.

  • marvelmarvel Member, Provider
    edited January 6

    With that budget it's very hard. I'm willing to do it for €20 (excl VAT), normally it's 25. I don't have Windows licenses though so you'd have to bring your own.

    https://billing.novos.be/cart.php?a=add&pid=42

    2x AMD Ryzen 3900XT vCPU
    4096 MB ECC Memory
    80 GB NVMe SSD OS Disk Space
    2 TB SATA Block Storage (€6/mo more for every additional TB).
    1 x IPv4 address
    /64 IPv6 Subnet
    25 TB Monthly Bandwidth
    1 GBps uplink
    Antwerp, Belgium DC

    If you really need to stick to that budget perhaps @cociu can help you out.

  • ototosototos Member

    Guys Windows is free...
    the trial version is 180 days, it's not a few days...
    just reinstall the os and it will re-leave from 0.

    at the moment I use Servarica, but the servers are very far away and often the disks are overcharged and you can not use the programs I need.

  • @ototos said:
    Guys Windows is free...
    the trial version is 180 days, it's not a few days...
    just reinstall the os and it will re-leave from 0.

    at the moment I use Servarica, but the servers are very far away and often the disks are overcharged and you can not use the programs I need.

    Case in point.

  • Get a $4 linux vps, install plex and rsync, use google unlimited drive.

  • ototosototos Member

    know how to have unlimited google > @Barnesanger said:

    Get a $4 linux vps, install plex and rsync, use google unlimited drive.

  • @ototos said:
    Guys Windows is free...
    the trial version is 180 days, it's not a few days...
    just reinstall the os and it will re-leave from 0.

    at the moment I use Servarica, but the servers are very far away and often the disks are overcharged and you can not use the programs I need.

    I know it's a bit out of your price range, but @marvel offer is pretty good. Awesome CPU performance, awesome support, and you'll have two disks one for the operating system and one for your plex content. It's worthy it.

    Thanked by 1marvel
  • ototosototos Member

    @danielcardosopt said:

    @ototos said:
    Guys Windows is free...
    the trial version is 180 days, it's not a few days...
    just reinstall the os and it will re-leave from 0.

    at the moment I use Servarica, but the servers are very far away and often the disks are overcharged and you can not use the programs I need.

    I know it's a bit out of your price range, but @marvel offer is pretty good. Awesome CPU performance, awesome support, and you'll have two disks one for the operating system and one for your plex content. It's worthy it.

    I agree but I don't have that budget unfortunately

  • Mr_TomMr_Tom Member, Provider

    Thanks for the tag @OsirisBlack

    We're adding Windows server to our lineup (hadn't thought about adding it to the storage line as didn't think it would be requested) but it's not quiet ready yet.

    What's your RAM/CPU requirements?

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  • @seriesn nexus bytes

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  • seriesnseriesn Member, Top Provider

    @its420somewhere said:
    @seriesn nexus bytes

    Thanks fam. Block storage with a hint of premium vps might be the easier route :)

    Thanked by 1its420somewhere
  • @seriesn you took the words out of my mouth sir

    Thanked by 1seriesn

    I <3 Nexus Bytes and Direct Admin <3

  • @ototos said:
    Guys Windows is free...
    the trial version is 180 days, it's not a few days...
    just reinstall the os and it will re-leave from 0.

    at the moment I use Servarica, but the servers are very far away and often the disks are overcharged and you can not use the programs I need.

    If you got time to reinstall 2+ times a year, your time is worthless.

  • @TimboJones said:

    @ototos said:
    Guys Windows is free...
    the trial version is 180 days, it's not a few days...
    just reinstall the os and it will re-leave from 0.

    at the moment I use Servarica, but the servers are very far away and often the disks are overcharged and you can not use the programs I need.

    If you got time to reinstall 2+ times a year, your time is worthless.

    Yeah, even bronchitis takes up less time than reinstalling windows.

    I <3 Nexus Bytes and Direct Admin <3

  • @its420somewhere said:

    @TimboJones said:

    @ototos said:
    Guys Windows is free...
    the trial version is 180 days, it's not a few days...
    just reinstall the os and it will re-leave from 0.

    at the moment I use Servarica, but the servers are very far away and often the disks are overcharged and you can not use the programs I need.

    If you got time to reinstall 2+ times a year, your time is worthless.

    Yeah, even bronchitis takes up less time than reinstalling windows.

    For me, reinstalling Windows is cake (unattended.xml plus chocolatey for the win), it's the app reinstall/restore and configuration that takes time.

  • @TimboJones said:

    @its420somewhere said:

    @TimboJones said:

    @ototos said:
    Guys Windows is free...
    the trial version is 180 days, it's not a few days...
    just reinstall the os and it will re-leave from 0.

    at the moment I use Servarica, but the servers are very far away and often the disks are overcharged and you can not use the programs I need.

    If you got time to reinstall 2+ times a year, your time is worthless.

    Yeah, even bronchitis takes up less time than reinstalling windows.

    For me, reinstalling Windows is cake (unattended.xml plus chocolatey for the win), it's the app reinstall/restore and configuration that takes time.

    Agreed. Ain't nobody got time for reinstalling and setting up dozens of windows apps

    I <3 Nexus Bytes and Direct Admin <3

  • ototosototos Member

    @Mr_Tom said:
    Thanks for the tag @OsirisBlack

    We're adding Windows server to our lineup (hadn't thought about adding it to the storage line as didn't think it would be requested) but it's not quiet ready yet.

    What's your RAM/CPU requirements?

    Thank you for your answer.
    2 cpu 2.5ghz
    2/3 gb ram
    100/1000mbps
    1.5/2/3 tb

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