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Australian Dedicated Server $175/Month: i7 7700k, 64GB DDR4 RAM, 500GB SSD, 5TB Data - Recurring @ FadedServers.com

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Save $165 on this new dedicated server in our Sydney datacentre.
A limited number of dedicated servers in this specification and at this price are available.

About the deal

i7 7700k
64GB DDR4 RAM
500GB SSD
5TB Data allowance
1 IPv4 address & 1Gbps port
$340.00 AUD/m
$175.00 AUD/m

Our network features extensive DDoS protection. Servers are provisioned quickly, and all customers have access to basic functions from our panel, as well as full IPMI access.

You can choose from some of our preset operating systems, or install your own via IPMI.

The discount will last as long as you have the service with us.

Need something custom? We are always happy to setup custom configuration if you require something specific. Just get in touch!

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  • Comparison with OVH's GAME-64 at:

    • i7-7700k
    • 64 GB RAM
    • 2x 450 GB NVMe + 1x 4 TB SATA HDD
    • 10 TB traffic @ 250 Mbps
    • ~185 AUD/month incl. GST
    • +1

      Hetzner Helsinki ex42 is my benchmark.

      • I specifically picked a comparison server in Sydney because it's not really fair to compare to overseas servers — especially for gaming servers where low latency is especially important.

        That said, yes, at the moment Hetzner seems to have the best performance/price.

        One thing I did miss in my comparison is the OVH game servers don't seem to have IPMI (or KVM/IP), unlike their other servers. Or at least it's not mentioned on the page.

        • No idea, out of my price range. I was tempted by the recent OVH Sydney DO32 deal but no SSD option by the time I got around to it.

      • Wow, $66.64 AUD per month, for the entire box! That's pretty good……running on consumer hardware……unlimited traffic too, whereas this is limited to 5TB….

        Could host an image hotlinking/sharing site on this and you'll be good to go! hahahaha

        ….but then again, shouldn't you be using server hardware for server stuff, like XEON from Intel and whatever AMD's equivalent is and such?

        • Xeon's really only come into there own with high input/output, most server cpu's do not get stressed under personal loads.

          Unless latency is important to you, eg. for gaming, overseas servers are always the best.

          • @Dlite: …what about ECC ram? Only server grade CPUs support that and you need them if you want ECC ram…..or what if you want more than the max amount of ram a consumer hardware can support? Like 1TB for example to host like idk, 1000 severs under that?

            Isn't ECC ram important for a server, especially if running 24/7?

        • https://console.scaleway.com/register

          100 euros free credits to be used before end of April for new scaleway customers.

          Pretty good offer for a month, I use a few tiny scaleway VPS's and they are quite decent.

          I'd post it as a deal but don't feel like dealing with the complaints.

        • it’s dedicated not virtualised, so consumer cpu is fine, if you wanted to start virtualisizing on it yourself then you would need to decide if a consumer cpu is suitable enough for the performance you want or you want a xeon.

          • @garage sale: …what about ECC ram? Only server grade CPUs support that and you need them if you want ECC ram…..or what if you want more than the max amount of ram a consumer hardware can support? Like 1TB for example to host like idk, 1000 severs under that?

            Isn't ECC ram important for a server, especially if running 24/7?

    • +5

      Dropped the price to $175 until Saturday to compete a bit more with OVH :)

      • +1 for a competitive price :)

      • What would you say your Pro's are versus OVH? Not to down talk anyone, but they seem like a larger company. Naturally a customer would have trust for you for being Aussie, but trust for them because they are huge

  • Can anyone recommend a provider that supports Windows Server 2019 and also nested virtualization?