This one for $42.00 USD Monthly
~~~Windows Server 2012 Standard~~~
Intel D525MW Atom 1.8Ghz Dual Core Dedicated Server (paramo96)
» Remote Reboot Console: Yes
» Operating System: Windows Server 2012 Standard (64bit) $20.00 USD
» Server Management: None
» Control Panel: None
» 1st Hard Drive Upgrade: 500 GB SATA3
» 2nd Hard Drive Upgrade: None
» Memory: 2 GB DDR-3 1333 MHZ
» Bandwidth / Data Transfer: 3,000 GB Metered - 100Mbps Port
» IP Addresses: 2 IP Addresses
» Windows Database Software: No Database Software
» Firewall Solution: None
» R1SOFT Continuous Data Protection: No Backup Plan
Subtotal: $55.00 USD
40% Recurring Discount: $22.00 USD
Total Due Today: $33.00 USD
Total Recurring: $42.00 USD Monthly
For $49.99 monthly
~~~Windows Server 2008 R2 ~~~
~~~Standard, enterprise, or data center~~~
8 GB of DDR3 RAM
2 TB HDD
5 TB Bandwidth (Then 10 Mbps)
1 IPv4 Addresses (1 Max)
Subtotal: $50.00 USD
Total Due Today: $50.00 USD
Total Recurring: $50.00 USD Monthly
Which one of these is the best buy?
Is there a big difference between Windows Server 2008 and 2012?
Also, If you know any better dedicated servers ( windows) for the price feel free to tell me about them too
This is from the Intel i3($50 a month)
If you choose to use a Windows operating system, you are responsible for getting all the needed licenses from Microsoft.
Upon first boot you will use the VNC viewer to install the operating system and enter your product key from Microsoft.
Requires a Ticket:
Windows Server 2012
Windows Server 2008 / 2008 R2 *
Windows Home Server 2011
Windows Small Business Server 2011
* Only Server 2008 and 2008 R2 has been tested, no support provided for anything else. "
So i guess the other one is better right?
or does anyone know of a vps faster than a Intel D525MW Atom 1.8Ghz Dual Core Dedicated Server for less?