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    Unbeatable prices - $5/Atom - $20/4Core X5150- $39/8Core (L5420)

    MarkTurnerMarkTurner Member
    edited May 2014 in Offers

    Offers in price order. Remember discounts are shown at checkout after applying the coupon. Discount are recurring for the lifetime of your order.





    Atom 230, 2GB RAM, 100GB Disk - $5/mo (Atlanta)

    * 2GB RAM

    * 100GB Disk

    * 2TB Bandwidth @ 1Gbps

    * 1 IPv4 Address

    * /64 IPv6 address block

    * Gigabit port

    * OS: Centos, Ubuntu, Scientific Linux and Fedora

    * Gigabit port



    $5/month (payable annually at $60/year) - Coupon SAVEMAY2014

    $10/month (paid month-to-month) - Coupon SAVEMAY2014

    Order Here





    HP BL460C Dual X5150, 16GB, 500GB - $20/mo (Atlanta)

    Four X5150 cores, VT support - runs all major OS: Linux, VMWare, XenServer, Windows or install your own from ISO. Your own VPS server? Minecraft? Storage? Development? Its your server and your resources - you can max it out 24x7!

    • 2 x Dual Core 5150 Xeon
    • 16GB RAM
    • 500GB Disk (hardware RAID already on board - add second disk for RAID1/RAID0)
    • 1 IPv4 Address
    • /64 IPv6 address block
    • Gigabit port
    • Hardware RAID Controller
    • Dedicated KVM (HP Lights Out) with full graphical KVM, virtual media
    • Dedicated Power control (power on/off/reset as required)
    • 5TB Bandwidth @ 1Gbps
    • OS: Linux, Windows (you provide the license)[I], FreeBSD or your own ISO[/I]
    • Gigabit port



      $20/month (payable quarterly at $60/quarter) - Coupon SAVEMAY2014

      $30/month (payable month-to-month) - Coupon SAVEMAY2014

      Order Here





      HP Dual L5420, 16GB, 1TB - $39/mo (Atlanta, Los Angeles, Dallas, Minneapolis)
    • 2 x Quad Core L5420 Xeon (8 Cores)
    • 16GB RAM
    • 1TB Disk (hardware RAID already on board - add second disk for RAID1/RAID0)
    • 1 IPv4 Address
    • /64 IPv6 address block
    • Gigabit port
    • Hardware RAID Controller
    • Dedicated KVM (HP Lights Out) with full graphical KVM, virtual media
    • Dedicated Power control (power on/off/reset as required)
    • 10TB Bandwidth @ 1Gbps
    • OS: Linux, Windows (you provide the license)[I], FreeBSD or your own ISO[/I]
    • Gigabit port



      $39/month (payable quarterly at $117/quarter) - Coupon SAVEMAY2014

      $49/month (payable month-to-month) - Coupon SAVEMAY2014

      Atlanta Order Here

      New York Order Here

      Los Angeles Order Here

      Minneapolis Order Here

      Dallas Order Here




    All of our services are unmanaged.

    Delivery for standard servers is 1-3 working days from order review.



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    Questions? Email us at [email][email protected][/email]


    • Steve

    Important to note - Dallas and Minneapolis stock is very short on some products and backorders on others. New York has almost all its backorders cleared, LA some units in short supply but more servers will be online there this week.

    Seattle and Phoenix although not mentioned should have more stock Wednesday/Thursday.

    Comments

    • VirtovoVirtovo Member

      said: HP BL460C Dual X5150, 16GB, 500GB - $20/mo (Atlanta)

      Can get a /29 with this?

      said: Also censored from here are Delimiter's servers for VPS providers with /27 or /26 prebundled.

      Didn't see any additional servers in the WHT thread. Did I miss them? Are you able to PM details?

    • @Virtovo - Yes X5150 and above can get /29 and /28

      Will PM you

    • NekkiNekki Moderator

      DAMN YOU WHY NOT $5/MONTH ROLLING DAMN YOU WHY

    • Not to be that guy or anything but I find it interesting that delimiter never answered back on my ticket for getting additional IPs and then closed it randomly.

      LowEndHelpDesk | Find help to simple questions :-)

    • netomxnetomx Member, Moderator

      @MarkTurner said:
      Virtovo - Yes X5150 and above can get /29 and /28

      Will PM you

      Do you have better prices?

    • I'm wondering now too how much Marks price is on a /28 and /29

      Purple Penguin - Hosting Since 1998 -

    • If only the Atom 230 had a TB disk...

    • ditroneditrone Member

      Can I also get Debian 7 on the Atom server? (and even better, win2k8 byol?)

    • iSkyiSky Member

      @MarkTurner you keep post offer but sadly i got refused, i wanna have one too. Can you do something ? i love the offers, but they refuse my order. Please

    • @iSky said:
      MarkTurner you keep post offer but sadly i got refused, i wanna have one too. Can you do something ? i love the offers, but they refuse my order. Please

      The only reason they will refuse you is if you are not using correct details. Stop using fake details and they will accept your order.

      This signature wasted 121 bytes of your data allocation.

      https://nixstats.com/report/56b53d6465689e44598b4567

    • @catalystium - what was your ticket number and when was it opened?

      @netomx - IPs are not discounted but you can buy servers with /27 or /26 bundled with them

      @princeshoko - Its the same pricing $1/IP/month so /29 = $8 or /28 = $16/month

      @Albertdb - You can get quite a few terrabytes per Atom BUT its expensive because its all NetApp based fibre-channel storage.

      @ditrone - No, Debian is not supported as booting from an ISCSI root is still unreliable/broken. Ubuntu does work fine though

      @iSky - if you're getting blocked its because as @0xdragon says you are providing inaccurate information OR you have some bad history eg spamming, DOS, chargeback, etc

    • netomxnetomx Member, Moderator

      MarkTurner said: @netomx - IPs are not discounted but you can buy servers with /27 or /26 bundled with them

      :( thx

    • @netomx - you can get L5520, 24GB, 2 x 1TB, /26 for $99 - see here

    • princeshokoprinceshoko Member
      edited May 2014

      Anyone got a good link on "NetApp based fibre-channel storage" I guess tech has surpassed me as I have no clue what this is.

      (I imagine this to be a huge NAS type device that is shared storage to several servers?)
      I did Google and found not much. Mostly on NetApp as a company.

      Time to throw out my old 10MB hard drives that weigh 5lbs I guess, but my Compac Portable from 1982 still works dang it.

      Purple Penguin - Hosting Since 1998 -

    • @MarkTurner said:
      You can get quite a few terrabytes per Atom BUT its expensive because its all NetApp based fibre-channel storage.

      Then there is no point in renting a dedicated server if it doesn't have all of its resources (except network) dedicated. I suggest you buying Celeron J1900 boards (they come with two Gbit Ethernet ports) and selling 4 VPSs each one with a dedicated core and 500Mb connection. It will be more powerful, cheaper in terms of consumption and profit will increase.

    • @Princeshoko - http://www.netapp.com/ they make large enterprise NAS systems which run their own proprietary OS and filesystem.

      @albertdb - you missed the point, 95% of the customers using these Atom servers are buying them because they want RAID storage for backups. NetApp storage is fast and reliable. If you want cheap and single disk - then take a X5150 for $20/month - you get 500GB physical disk and 16GB RAM.

      Atom = 5c/GB/month ie $5/100GB
      X5150 = 4c/GB/month ie $20/500GB
      L5420 = 3.9c/GB/month ie $39/1000GB

      If you do the comparison per GB for dedicated resources, its aggressively priced

    • iSkyiSky Member

      No, i give all my truth information. Nothing is fake. But still the order is cancelled

    • @iSky - can you pm me your email, I want to get this looked at

    • seikanseikan Member

      Too bad no Debian for the Atom :(

      Hobby Projects: DNMin | PingBear

    • @Seikan - what about Ubuntu? Or a larger system like the $20 X5150?

    • @MarkTurner this has been a month ago, I don't need the IPs anymore though as I've moved on and gotten some elsewhere with a different server.

      Ticket#165495

      Basically closed it without saying anything else, which is ridiculous.

      LowEndHelpDesk | Find help to simple questions :-)

    • MarkTurnerMarkTurner Member
      edited May 2014

      @catalystium - I will check in the morning for you. Will be interested to get the background on this.

      Thanked by 1catalystium
    • gracagraca Member

      no debian for the atom server? actually I'm going to order it, until I see debian didn't work

      I'm Fanatical Lowendbox enthusiast

    • @Graca - use Ubuntu unless there is a specific reason for Debian

    • NoermanNoerman Member

      @Nekki said:
      DAMN YOU WHY NOT $5/MONTH ROLLING DAMN YOU WHY

      TOTALLY AGREED.

      @Nekki Are U moderator now? Congrats.

      Get Backup / Storage VPS (40% Off Discount: 40PERCENT) | OpenVZ & KVM (Fully Managed) / Shared & Reseller (Free Dedicated IP) | $3 Reseller (50% Off Discount: letbestreselleroffer), Low latency to EU, US and Asia Optimized (affiliate links)

    • gracagraca Member

      @MarkTurner said:
      Graca - use Ubuntu unless there is a specific reason for Debian

      not that specific, just need to updates some of my script

      I'm Fanatical Lowendbox enthusiast

    • @Graca - order one and install Ubuntu. When/if Debian finally gets their ISCSI boot reliably working then we'll add it back to the list.

      @Noerman - Its not cost effective for us to handle $5/month billing, we're not setup for this type of 'micro-payment'. If you want it month-to-month you pay a premium for the additional headache.

      Thanked by 2Noerman publio
    • bugisbugis Member

      @MarkTurner

      whether there is a panel for the client to reinstall the os like SolusVM ?

      as in datashack should send a ticket to ask install os

    • @bugis - you can reinstall through our control panel

    • bugisbugis Member

      @MarkTurner

      please activated invoice 134335

    • elixirelixir Member

      I've had an Atom server with them for a couple of weeks now, other than some intermittent network issues connecting from Asia all seemed to be ok. However, yesterday I logged in and realized the entire file system (hosted on iSCSI / NAS) was READ-ONLY

      If you have a static/read only site, the web pages will be served, however logs/stats will not be saved. If you have a dynamic site with a database a situation such as this will definitely result in data loss.

      Contacted support and was told to power-cycle the server via Control Panel, which solved the issue; this apparently happened due to a high-traffic condition on their network.

      On the examining the 'syslog' it turns out this was going on for almost 12hrs and would possibly have continued had I not logged-in.

      In short, the NAS-only disk setup is not quite as reliable as we are made to believe. At this point I am regretting having signed up, particularly as the whole year payment was the only option.

      | Digital Ocean | Server Pilot | Vultr | [affl links]

    • MarkTurnerMarkTurner Member
      edited May 2014

      @Elixir - so file a cancellation and ask for a refund

      At this point I am regretting having signed up, particularly as the whole year payment was the only option.

    • elixirelixir Member

      Will do, just waiting for DNS to propagate. Overall, I am satisfied with your support level and hope to get a server with HDD next time around.

      | Digital Ocean | Server Pilot | Vultr | [affl links]

    • Just grabbed one, quite the deal - still in as pending, but hoping it'll be done in a day or so, thanks for the great deal!

    • @MarkTurner what's the average deployment time in LA these days? I realize I'm under the 1-3 days it said still, just excited to do some deployments!

    • tomletomle Member

      Same thing happened to me :( Reboot solved the issue but it's not promising at all...

      @elixir said:
      I've had an Atom server with them for a couple of weeks now, other than some intermittent network issues connecting from Asia all seemed to be ok. However, yesterday I logged in and realized the entire file system (hosted on iSCSI / NAS) was READ-ONLY

      If you have a static/read only site, the web pages will be served, however logs/stats will not be saved. If you have a dynamic site with a database a situation such as this will definitely result in data loss.

      Contacted support and was told to power-cycle the server via Control Panel, which solved the issue; this apparently happened due to a high-traffic condition on their network.

      On the examining the 'syslog' it turns out this was going on for almost 12hrs and would possibly have continued had I not logged-in.

      In short, the NAS-only disk setup is not quite as reliable as we are made to believe. At this point I am regretting having signed up, particularly as the whole year payment was the only option.

      RIPE LIR: Contact me for ASN registrations/IPv6. No IPv4 space left.

    • do i need verification if order here ? ( national id/driver license )

    • @MarkTurner you mention that there are backorders ongoing in servers, is there someplace with the current status of things? I opened a ticket (not at the level of complaining yet) but haven't heard a peep and over the 1-3 day deployment time, just curious as what's going on and if you have any info it'd be greatly appreciated!

    • elixirelixir Member

      @MarkTurner said:
      Elixir - so file a cancellation and ask for a refund

      At this point I am regretting having signed up, particularly as the whole year payment was the only option.

      I've put in a cancellation & refund request on the 10th and it's still pending!

      | Digital Ocean | Server Pilot | Vultr | [affl links]

    • elixirelixir Member

      @MarkTurner

      Over 11 days now and still waiting for cancellation!

      | Digital Ocean | Server Pilot | Vultr | [affl links]

    • @MarkTurner can we turn those 5150s into 2 X 1TB on a Raid 1? How much would the additional charges be?

    • @anton000 - yes, it will cost you $40/month (when paid quarterly)

    • ReeRee Member

      Should be $30/mo extra shouldn't it? $20/mo to upgrade the first, $40/mo to add the second, then 50% off.

      (Don't really have a need for a dedi, but for $20/mo I grabbed one anyway, now just have to wait for it to be setup!)

    • nerouxneroux Member

      @MarkTurner said: so file a cancellation and ask for a refund

      Mark, based on what can someone ask for a refund? The terms state

      In addition, we do not give pro-rated refunds for unused time if cancellation is initiated during the middle of a billing cycle.

      Thanks

    • @neroux - depending on your billing cycle, you can convert your service to a monthly account, obviously you'll lose the applicable discount but then request termination at the end of the month and the balance can be refunded.

    • nerouxneroux Member

      MarkTurner said: depending on your billing cycle, you can convert your service to a monthly account, obviously you'll lose the applicable discount but then request termination at the end of the month and the balance can be refunded.

      Thanks.

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