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Reliable dedicated server hosting
Can anyone recommend me anything good? Want to buy d.xeon 3.0 or something bit more/less powerfull with 300-350$ budget range per month, cpanel.
What about aplus.net, fastservers.net, anyone tried it?
Hows ev1 recently?
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What are you going to be using it for?
Check out the offers from
www.layeredtech.com. They have a few good dual xeons priced around your budget. Also, check out the dedicated offers section on this forum, you may find a server that suits you there too.
Dual Xeon servers start in the $200 range, $300-$350 will get you some nice extra stuff on the server if needed
Offering High Quality Dedicated Servers.
DjiXas, try to use these in this order.
It is well within budget and reliable too. You can see the reviews of these companies many places here.
I heard TP got some probs now, and me too, not with dedicatd but some of my domains are expired already, even paid for renew far more than month ago before expirity date...
hows softlayer uptime? I want to move there my current ppc search engine, so with every downtime second I will loose money.
server4sale looks like resellers of layeredtech and softlayer. Is it good to go with reseller, especially support? Just want to know as I do not have any exp.with resellers.
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So far, I heard good feedback about softlayer. If you need more reliable hosting you can go with rackspace, but expensive. Their lowest offer is more than your budget!
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Yeah, that's not good.
<snip> I'm looking with SSCI hdd's, 100 mbs port and 4 cpus.
Edit: Hows ev1 recently? I see they offer some good stuff with good price range.
Last edited by bear; 10-27-2006 at
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server4sale looks very good, great prices, will check this out... anyone using already, maybe?