Howdy, Stranger!

It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!


BLACK FRIDAY SPECIAL -> E3-1281V3 | 32GB RAM | 1TB SSD | DDoS Protected | $39.99/MONTH
New on LowEndTalk? Please Register and read our Community Rules.

BLACK FRIDAY SPECIAL -> E3-1281V3 | 32GB RAM | 1TB SSD | DDoS Protected | $39.99/MONTH

Ian_Dot_TechIan_Dot_Tech Member, Provider

Black Friday has come for LevelOneServers!
This offer is valid from today till November 30th, 2021.

DS-70 | E3-1281 v3 | 1x 1TB SSD | 32GB
32GB DDR3 RAM
1x 1TB SSD Storage
1Gbps Uplink
IPv4 /29 (5 usable IPs) + IPv6 /64 Subnet
10TB Bandwidth
Dallas, TX Location
Included DDoS Protection
Original Price: $64.99/Month
Special Black Friday Sale Price: $39.99/Month

https://billing.leveloneservers.com/cart.php?a=add&pid=145&promocode=bf-E3-1281v3

DISCOUNT CODE IS AUTOMATICALLY APPLIED AT CHECKOUT
Due to limited supply, we are only allowing 1 code per client account and per order!

Dallas Looking Glass

Discord
Tickets

«1

Comments

  • Just one? Way not more offer?

  • Ian_Dot_TechIan_Dot_Tech Member, Provider

    @adanforest said:
    Just one? Way not more offer?

    We have multiple of these machines in stock.
    Due to the stock being low though, we are limiting it to 1 per person.

  • Hey ian any low budget deals?

  • @Sanjue007 said:
    Hey ian any low budget deals?

    I'm looking forward to low budget deal too :D

  • PieHasBeenEatenPieHasBeenEaten Member, Moderator

    @Ian_Dot_Tech Can't go wrong with them!

  • ExonHostExonHost Member, Provider

    Possible 2x500 GB SSD instead of 1TB SSD?

  • Ian_Dot_TechIan_Dot_Tech Member, Provider

    @ExonHost said:
    Possible 2x500 GB SSD instead of 1TB SSD?

    Sure, open a ticket after ordering and we will get it changed.

    Thanked by 1Not_Oles
  • Ian_Dot_TechIan_Dot_Tech Member, Provider

    @PieHasBeenEaten said:
    @Ian_Dot_Tech Can't go wrong with them!

    Thanks for the recommendation!

  • Ian_Dot_TechIan_Dot_Tech Member, Provider

    @Sanjue007 said:
    Hey ian any low budget deals?

    Hey,
    At this time no, but I would love to consider them in the future.

  • Ian_Dot_TechIan_Dot_Tech Member, Provider

    @kheng86 said:

    @Sanjue007 said:
    Hey ian any low budget deals?

    I'm looking forward to low budget deal too :D

    In the future, we will for sure explore this idea.

  • @Ian_Dot_Tech said:

    @kheng86 said:

    @Sanjue007 said:
    Hey ian any low budget deals?

    I'm looking forward to low budget deal too :D

    In the future, we will for sure explore this idea.

    Any old piece of shit CPU with some RAM and a couple of disks hanging out the back of it and you'll be quids-in

  • imokimok Member

    @Nekki said:

    @Ian_Dot_Tech said:

    @kheng86 said:

    @Sanjue007 said:
    Hey ian any low budget deals?

    I'm looking forward to low budget deal too :D

    In the future, we will for sure explore this idea.

    Any old piece of shit CPU with some RAM and a couple of disks hanging out the back of it and you'll be quids-in

    It's going to idle anyway

  • bshbsh Member

    @ExonHost said:
    Possible 2x500 GB SSD instead of 1TB SSD?

    Great, then.

  • ferefientferefient Member
    edited November 23

    @Ian_Dot_Tech said: At this time no, but I would love to consider them in the future.

    Thought of used thin clients? Can be PXE booted (for rescue/recovery), and use under 20W of power while running (usually 11W). Just throw in an SSD/HDD, and you're set. They are a bit weak, I will admit, but are they good? Yeah, depending on your use case.

    If you factor in the costs, and all, it can all be done for under $30/thin client unit. Gigabit is also possible with many thin clients (stick to HP and Dell). You can also solder up some wires to a relay and write a small CGI script (python, etc) to reboot them without the need for an expensive switched PDU; hook them up to a cheap high-amp PSU.

    Rent them out at $10-15/month, and you will have ROI in just 1-3 months.

  • Ian_Dot_TechIan_Dot_Tech Member, Provider

    @ferefient said:

    @Ian_Dot_Tech said: At this time no, but I would love to consider them in the future.

    Thought of used thin clients? Can be PXE booted (for rescue/recovery), and use under 20W of power while running (usually 11W). Just throw in an SSD/HDD, and you're set. They are a bit weak, I will admit, but are they good? Yeah, depending on your use case.

    If you factor in the costs, and all, it can all be done for under $30/thin client unit. Gigabit is also possible with many thin clients (stick to HP and Dell). You can also solder up some wires to a relay and write a small CGI script (python, etc) to reboot them without the need for an expensive switched PDU; hook them up to a cheap high-amp PSU.

    Rent them out at $10-15/month, and you will have ROI in just 1-3 months.

    I have looked into thin clients before, and there are other options in my opinion which are better. We even purchased some to test. Anything under $200/device to purchase (used pricing) just didn't have the performance or drive space I wanted. Like I said I have looked into options. My team and I feel we have sorted a good idea for cheap dedicated. At this time its not an option for us to do but I would love to make it a project for 2022 at some point.

    In the meantime, this E3 offer I believe is a good price for the money. Please stay tuned with my posts as I hope in 2022 we can offer this!

    Thanks for taking the time to go over the thin client idea though.

  • HxxxHxxx Member

    @Ian_Dot_Tech what DC you use? Do you still offer colo?

  • @Hxxx said:
    @Ian_Dot_Tech what DC you use? Do you still offer colo?

    I think they use the old Incero DC

  • Ian_Dot_TechIan_Dot_Tech Member, Provider

    @Hxxx said:
    @Ian_Dot_Tech what DC you use? Do you still offer colo?

    Carrier-1
    https://www.carrier-1.com/photo-gallery#video and we do offer colocation (when we have stock). Feel free to message we can see how we can help.

  • Ian_Dot_TechIan_Dot_Tech Member, Provider

    @SirFoxy said:

    @Hxxx said:
    @Ian_Dot_Tech what DC you use? Do you still offer colo?

    I think they use the old Incero DC

    Correct, Incero didn't own the datacenter, they used Carrier-1 and now Hivelocity leases their private cage from within Carrier-1.

  • Ian_Dot_TechIan_Dot_Tech Member, Provider

    I'd like to thank everyone so far who has ordered. Our team is working hard to provision all orders.

  • Here it is Thanksgiving 🦃 so I take the opportunity, as a Level One customer, to say "Thank-you!" to Ian and Amit for all the hard work they do keeping everything at Level One running so smoothly.

    @Ian_Dot_Tech What a great pleasure it is to work with a provider like you! Thank you so much! 💖

    Thanked by 2imok Ian_Dot_Tech
  • Ian_Dot_TechIan_Dot_Tech Member, Provider

    @Not_Oles said:
    Here it is Thanksgiving 🦃 so I take the opportunity, as a Level One customer, to say "Thank-you!" to Ian and Amit for all the hard work they do keeping everything at Level One running so smoothly.

    @Ian_Dot_Tech What a great pleasure it is to work with a provider like you! Thank you so much! 💖

    Thanks for this awesome review, our team does its best to ensure customer satisfaction.
    I hope you had a good thanks giving and happy holidays to come!

    Thanked by 1Not_Oles
  • imokimok Member

    What @Not_Oles says x2.

  • @Ian_Dot_Tech during checkout original price is showing i.e. $64.99 and is it possible to get licensed window server 2019 standard installed

  • Ian_Dot_TechIan_Dot_Tech Member, Provider

    @ManishPant said:
    @Ian_Dot_Tech during checkout original price is showing i.e. $64.99 and is it possible to get licensed window server 2019 standard installed

    Did you apply the coupon code? If you are still having an issue, register an account and PM me the email and I will manually add the order to your account.

    However, the promotional code and its still working.
    https://gyazo.com/522dbab48a54309f1ef5d10bb3b67622
    you have to go to the cart for it to be auto-applied.

    We can install Windows Server 2019, however, you will need to provide the license.

  • Ian_Dot_TechIan_Dot_Tech Member, Provider

    @imok said:
    What @Not_Oles says x2.

    Appreciate the support <3

  • Thanks I swooped in on this deal when I saw 2x500 GB SSD was possible.

  • Ian_Dot_TechIan_Dot_Tech Member, Provider

    @Seanster said:
    Thanks I swooped in on this deal when I saw 2x500 GB SSD was possible.

    Hey Sean,
    Thanks for the order, we have it in the queue! <3

  • Ian_Dot_TechIan_Dot_Tech Member, Provider

    Only a few of these left in stock.

  • Ian_Dot_TechIan_Dot_Tech Member, Provider

    We have added a few more to our stock for these. Sale is on till the 30th.

Sign In or Register to comment.