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    It really depends on your business model. A general rule of thumb is the more processing power and memory you have the better
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    Quote Originally Posted by GravityFX3
    Hello, what is the best dedicated server in price and service, to start selling vps hosting?
    Probably a dual opteron with a lot of ram.
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    Disk I/O is crucial as well, so if you are looking at getting a server to host VPSs on, make sure you have a good disk system. RAID is definitely preferable.

    What Virtualization software are you planning on using, and how much RAM are you going to guarantee to those VPS accounts?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GravityFX3
    I have no idea. That why I am asking you guys =)
    I hate to say this, but you should probably know the HW better before you start selling VPS services, its pretty important.
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