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[Dedi] Ryzen 5600X + 64G + PCIe 4.0 NVMe @ $69 | 1G Unmetered | MORE DEALS INSIDE

MrRadicMrRadic Member, Patron Provider

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2 Gbps Unmetered - $99/m
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5 Gbps Unmetered - $350/m
10 Gbps Unmetered - $599/m

DDoS Protection - Included

Deals are first come first serve, if you no longer see it on the web site, then it's sold out.

Data Centers:
New York City Metro
Miami, Florida
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Add a nVidia Quadro RTX 4000 GPU to the following servers for an additional $99/mo:
-Intel Core i7 9700K
-Intel Core i9 9900K
-Intel Core i9 10900K
-AMD Ryzen 3700X/3900X/3950X
-AMD Ryzen 5600X/5800X/5900X/5950X

We also have more modern servers in stock, but not listed below as they are priced above $120/mo.

Take ADDITIONAL discounts off the Rapid Deploy servers below throughout the rest of 2022 with the following coupons:
$15 Off $49+ - AUG15OFF49THRU2022
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$80 Off $199+ - AUG80OFF199THRU2022
$200 Off $499+ - AUG200OFF499THRU2022

Offers $125 and Under (full list here):

Instant Setup - (2 Cores)   Intel Atom D525 (Rapid Deploy 8GB)  8GB DDR3 /  64GB SSD+1TB HD $33.00/mo
Instant Setup - (4 Cores)   Intel Core i7 4770 (Rapid Deploy 32GB)  32GB DDR3 /     2x1TB HD    $54.00/mo
Instant Setup - (4 Cores)   Intel Core i7 4790 (Rapid Deploy 32GB)  32GB DDR3 /     256GB SSD   $54.00/mo
Instant Setup - (4 Cores)   Intel Core i7 6700K (Rapid Deploy 32GB) 32GB DDR4 /     256GB SSD+2TB HD    $59.00/mo
Instant Setup - (4 Cores)   Intel Core i7 7700K (Rapid Deploy 32GB) 32GB DDR4 /     2x256GB SSD $75.00/mo
Instant Setup - (4 Cores)   Intel Special (RD 32GB) 32GB DDR3 /     1TB SSD $55.00/mo
Instant Setup - (4 Cores)   Intel Xeon E3 1240 V5 (Rapid Deploy 16GB)   16GB DDR4 /     256GB SSD+2TB HD    $59.00/mo
Instant Setup - (4 Cores)   Intel Xeon E3 1240 V5 (Rapid Deploy 64GB)   64GB DDR4 /     512GB SSD+2TB HD    $79.00/mo
Instant Setup - (4 Cores)   Intel Xeon E3 1240 V6 (RD 16GB SSD) 16GB DDR4 /     256GB SSD   $55.00/mo
Configurable - (4 Cores)    Intel Xeon E3 1240 V6 (Custom Config)   Configurable /  Configurable    $59.00/mo
Instant Setup - (4 Cores)   Intel Xeon E3 1240 V6 (RD 64GB HDD) 64GB DDR4 /     2x2TB HD    $84.00/mo
Instant Setup - (4 Cores)   Intel Xeon E3 1240 V6 (RD 64GB SSD) 64GB DDR4 /     1TB SSD $84.00/mo
Instant Setup - (4 Cores)   Intel Xeon E3 1270 V3 (Rapid Deploy 8GB)    8GB DDR3 /  128GB SSD   $45.00/mo
Instant Setup - (4 Cores)   Intel Xeon E3 1270 V3 (Rapid Deploy 16GB)   16GB DDR3 /     64GB SSD+1TB HD $48.00/mo
Instant Setup - (4 Cores)   Intel Xeon E3 1270 V3 (Rapid Deploy 32GB)   32GB DDR3 /     512GB SSD   $55.00/mo
Instant Setup - (6 Cores)   AMD Ryzen 5600X (RD 64GB)   64GB DDR4 /     512GB NVMe  $99.00/mo
Instant Setup - (6 Cores)   AMD Ryzen 5600X (RD 128GB)  128GB DDR4 /    1TB NVMe    $129.00/mo
Instant Setup - (6 Cores)   Intel Xeon E5 1650 V2 (RD 64GB RAID)    64GB DDR3 /     2x256GB SSD+2x2TB HD    $84.00/mo
Configurable - (6 Cores)    Intel Xeon E5 1650 V3 (Custom Config)   Configurable /  Configurable    $74.00/mo
Instant Setup - (6 Cores)   Intel Xeon E5 1650 V4 (RD 128GB)    128GB DDR4 /    1TB SSD+4TB HD  $109.00/mo
Instant Setup - (8 Cores)   AMD Ryzen 3700X (RD 64GB)   64GB DDR4 /     2x512GB NVMe    $109.00/mo
Instant Setup - (8 Cores)   AMD Ryzen 3700X (RD 128GB)  128GB DDR4 /    2x1TB NVMe  $139.00/mo
Configurable - (8 Cores)    AMD Ryzen 5800X (Custom Config) Configurable /  Configurable    $99.00/mo
Instant Setup - (8 Cores)   AMD Ryzen 5800X (RD 64GB)   64GB DDR4 /     512GB NVMe  $119.00/mo
Instant Setup - (8 Cores)   AMD Ryzen 5800X3D (RD 128GB)    128GB DDR4 /    2x1TB NVMe  $169.00/mo
Instant Setup - (8 Cores)   Intel Core i7 9700K (RD 64GB)   64GB DDR4 /     512GB NVMe SSD  $99.00/mo
Configurable - (8 Cores)    Intel Core i9 9900K (Custom Config) Configurable /  Configurable    $99.00/mo
Instant Setup - (8 Cores)   Intel Core i9 9900K (RD 64GB)   64GB DDR4 /     1TB NVMe SSD    $115.00/mo
Instant Setup - (8 Cores)   Intel Core i9 9900K (RD 128GB)  128GB DDR4 /    2TB NVMe+2x2TB HD   $169.00/mo
Configurable - (8 Cores)    Intel Xeon E5 1660 V3 (Custom Config)   Configurable /  Configurable    $79.00/mo
Instant Setup - (8 Cores)   nVidia Quadro RTX 4000 (RD 5800X GPU)   64GB DDR4 /     2x1TB NVMe  $199.00/mo
Instant Setup - (10 Cores)  Intel Core i9 10900K (RD 64GB)  64GB DDR4 /     1TB NVMe+1TB SSD    $159.00/mo
Instant Setup - (10 Cores)  Intel Core i9 10900K (RD 128GB) 128GB DDR4 /    2TB NVMe+2TB SSD    $229.00/mo
Instant Setup - (10 Cores)  Intel Xeon W 2155 (RD 128GB)    128GB DDR4 /    2TB NVMe+2x2TB HD   $239.00/mo
Instant Setup - (12 Cores)  AMD Ryzen 3900X (RD 64GB)   64GB DDR4 /     2x1TB NVMe  $139.00/mo
Instant Setup - (12 Cores)  AMD Ryzen 3900X (RD 128GB)  128GB DDR4 /    2x2TB NVMe  $189.00/mo
Instant Setup - (12 Cores)  Dual Xeon E5 2603 V3 (RD 64GB RAID) 64GB DDR4 /     4x2TB HD    $99.00/mo
Instant Setup - (16 Cores)  AMD Opteron 6272 (Rapid Deploy 64GB)    64GB DDR3 /     2x256GB SSD+2x2TB HD    $75.00/mo
Instant Setup - (16 Cores)  AMD Ryzen 3950X (RD 64GB)   64GB DDR4 /     2x1TB NVMe  $169.00/mo
Instant Setup - (16 Cores)  AMD Ryzen 3950X (RD 128GB)  128GB DDR4 /    2x2TB NVMe  $239.00/mo
Instant Setup - (16 Cores)  AMD Ryzen 5950X (RD 128GB)  128GB DDR4 /    2TB NVMe    $269.00/mo
Configurable - (16 Cores)   Dual Xeon E5 2620 V4 (Custom Config)    Configurable /  Configurable    $99.00/mo
Instant Setup - (16 Cores)  Dual Xeon E5 2620 V4 (RD 64GB RAID) 64GB DDR4 /     4x2TB HD    $119.00/mo
Configurable - (16 Cores)   Dual Xeon E5 2630 V3 (Custom Config)    Configurable /  Configurable    $99.00/mo

Comments

  • jarjar Member, Patron Provider

    I've got a major disk performance issue ticket in right now, where I suspected it to be hardware. From the look of things so far, ReliableSite is going above and beyond to make sure it's properly identified and fixed. As I'm observing their work from a distance, it seems to outpace their pricing.

    So, you know, if you're not a customer you probably should be.

  • HxxxHxxx Member
    edited August 18

    @jar How good are they when it comes to customization? I have made a few attempts to make business with them but wasn't able to get there due to choice/restriction. I value when businesses offer choices or try to make it work, including custom quoting.

    In this Ryzen market in USA... it's been hard to find a provider that uses ECC RAM and actually have ECC activated and at the same time provide DDoS protection. It seem to be either ECC no Anti-DDoS or No ECC but Anti-DDoS included.

    Nice offers! These are a banger as usual from RS.

    Thanked by 2jar MrRadic
  • jarjar Member, Patron Provider

    @Hxxx said:
    @jar How good are they when it comes to customization? I have made a few attempts to make business with them but wasn't able to get there due to choice/restriction. I value when businesses offer choices or try to make it work, including custom quoting.

    In this Ryzen market in USA... it's been hard to find a provider that uses ECC RAM and actually have ECC activated and at the same time provide DDoS protection. It seem to be either ECC no Anti-DDoS or No ECC but Anti-DDoS included.

    Nice offers! These are a banger as usual from RS.

    I haven't done any customization but surely can't be too bad. I'm a bit on the fence on ECC as I haven't yet noticed a strong enough correlation to unexplained issues between systems that have it and don't.

  • HxxxHxxx Member
    edited August 18

    @jar that's the worst part of all when it comes to these memory errors , they can happen and you wouldn't know if it happened unless you are using ECC RAM. Let's say you have this MySQL database with million of records with number values (transactions), if a bitflip happen and a 6 turns into 2, that's something you will not know. With ECC it would be corrected before turning into data corruption.

    From what I've seen in many discussions around the net, it seems people think of ECC as just system stability and uptime but is so much more.

    Not to derail.
    RS offers are a banger. Very competitive.

  • I have to say their network in LA and NYC metro = NJ are blazing fast. I picked up there bogo e3 sale. Good price!

    Thanked by 1MrRadic
  • @Hxxx said:
    @jar that's the worst part of all when it comes to these memory errors , they can happen and you wouldn't know if it happened unless you are using ECC RAM. Let's say you have this MySQL database with million of records with number values (transactions), if a bitflip happen and a 6 turns into 2, that's something you will not know. With ECC it would be corrected before turning into data corruption.

    From what I've seen in many discussions around the net, it seems people think of ECC as just system stability and uptime but is so much more.

    Not to derail.
    RS offers are a banger. Very competitive.

    ECC can't detect and fix all bit errors, it's best used as early failure notification for planned maintenance rather than "oh shit, BSOD for the third time today".

    Thanked by 1MrRadic
  • MrRadicMrRadic Member, Patron Provider
    edited August 19

    @PieHasBeenEaten said:
    I have to say their network in LA and NYC metro = NJ are blazing fast. I picked up there bogo e3 sale. Good price!

    Thanks for the feedback. We're making some major strides to push it even further. We launched our in-house route optimization in Los Angeles this week. Here's a couple of MTRs from China during peak hours (7:10 PM Beijing time). Left is optimized, right is BGP preferred routes taken simultaneously (we no have direct China peering). This isn't a guarantee of current or future performance, but just a general idea of what we're trying to achieve.

    We'll deploy this in Miami and NYC Metro later this year.

  • MrRadicMrRadic Member, Patron Provider

    @jar said:
    I've got a major disk performance issue ticket in right now, where I suspected it to be hardware. From the look of things so far, ReliableSite is going above and beyond to make sure it's properly identified and fixed. As I'm observing their work from a distance, it seems to outpace their pricing.

    So, you know, if you're not a customer you probably should be.

    Thanks for the kind words. If for whatever reason support isn't cutting it, please reach out to me. We really strive to provide an excellent overall experience.

    Thanked by 2Hxxx jar
  • HxxxHxxx Member
    edited August 20

    @TimboJones ECC RAM / parity checking would halt the system if the error can't be corrected. There is not much example or info about this, but research parity checking along with ECC.

    Certainly in a system where data integrity is a must it would be preferable to halt the system if the error is uncorrectable. Or that's my opinion. That combined with HA and other stuff like ZFS (with ECC) would certainly help with system stability and data integrity.

    Not an expert or scientist in the subject. Is what I understand from the studies quoted by wikipedia or articles around the net.

    I just like best practices. Running non-ecc would harm my peace, knowing that I'm exposing my customers to such errors, when they are trusting me as the provider. Always have ECC RAM.

    Thanked by 1darkimmortal
  • MrRadicMrRadic Member, Patron Provider
    edited August 20

    @Hxxx said:
    @TimboJones ECC RAM / parity checking would halt the system if the error can't be corrected. There is not much example or info about this, but research parity checking along with ECC.

    This is not correct, the system does not halt, it's only logged as an uncorrectable error. Speaking from tons of experience....

    Thanked by 2TimboJones ralf
  • HxxxHxxx Member

    @MrRadic this may vary between systems. Just to give an example: https://superuser.com/a/1647697

  • CPUs with iGPU available? Like 5700G instead of 5600X + GPU?
    Ohh wait, can you passthrough AMD iGPU actually or is it Intel only?

  • MrRadicMrRadic Member, Patron Provider

    @Hxxx said:
    @MrRadic this may vary between systems. Just to give an example: https://superuser.com/a/1647697

    I've never seen either case in the tens of thousands of servers we've deployed. We have both ECC and non-ECC configurations, but it doesn't negate that specific experience, I'm more curious how they know it was caused by a faulty memory stick and not other hardware/software issues.

  • MrRadicMrRadic Member, Patron Provider

    @webcraft said:
    CPUs with iGPU available? Like 5700G instead of 5600X + GPU?
    Ohh wait, can you passthrough AMD iGPU actually or is it Intel only?

    iGPUs, no, and the ones that are, can't pass through. We offer the nVidia RTX 4000, which can be added to most of our newer configurations (all Ryzen, 9th gen Intel and newer).

  • MrRadicMrRadic Member, Patron Provider

    @jar said:
    I haven't done any customization but surely can't be too bad.

    We're stepping away from customization. While this isn't necessarily a popular option, the cost savings that we pass down to customers is pretty hefty. The downside is that we can't offer every possible alternative (in this case ECC + Ryzen).

  • @MrRadic said:

    @jar said:
    I haven't done any customization but surely can't be too bad.

    We're stepping away from customization. While this isn't necessarily a popular option, the cost savings that we pass down to customers is pretty hefty. The downside is that we can't offer every possible alternative (in this case ECC + Ryzen).

    Add storage

  • HxxxHxxx Member
    edited August 22

    Never give up customization, you will be leaving a big sector of the market. Not everyone want instant servers. Balance is key.

    Wrote a bunch of shit but removed it. You are the one running the shop anyway.

  • MrRadicMrRadic Member, Patron Provider

    @Hxxx said:
    Never give up customization, you will be leaving a big sector of the market. Not everyone want instant servers. Balance is key.

    Wrote a bunch of shit but removed it. You are the one running the shop anyway.

    Thanks for your feedback!

  • MrRadicMrRadic Member, Patron Provider

    @riofredinand said:

    @MrRadic said:

    @jar said:
    I haven't done any customization but surely can't be too bad.

    We're stepping away from customization. While this isn't necessarily a popular option, the cost savings that we pass down to customers is pretty hefty. The downside is that we can't offer every possible alternative (in this case ECC + Ryzen).

    Add storage

    We do offer storage, it tends to sell out as soon as it hits the site.

    https://www.reliablesite.net/dedicated-servers/storage-server/32tb-hdd-server-32GB

  • @MrRadic said:

    @riofredinand said:

    @MrRadic said:

    @jar said:
    I haven't done any customization but surely can't be too bad.

    We're stepping away from customization. While this isn't necessarily a popular option, the cost savings that we pass down to customers is pretty hefty. The downside is that we can't offer every possible alternative (in this case ECC + Ryzen).

    Add storage

    We do offer storage, it tends to sell out as soon as it hits the site.

    https://www.reliablesite.net/dedicated-servers/storage-server/32tb-hdd-server-32GB

    I waited for months to get this one, but the included hardware RAID adapter wasn't compatible with the motherboard, so that didn't work out.

    I'm sure you could sell more if they work as configured. :smile:

    I'd love to have some NJ-based dedicated RAID-10 storage, but haven't found anything similar.

  • MrRadicMrRadic Member, Patron Provider

    @aj_potc said:

    @MrRadic said:

    @riofredinand said:

    @MrRadic said:

    @jar said:
    I haven't done any customization but surely can't be too bad.

    We're stepping away from customization. While this isn't necessarily a popular option, the cost savings that we pass down to customers is pretty hefty. The downside is that we can't offer every possible alternative (in this case ECC + Ryzen).

    Add storage

    We do offer storage, it tends to sell out as soon as it hits the site.

    https://www.reliablesite.net/dedicated-servers/storage-server/32tb-hdd-server-32GB

    I waited for months to get this one, but the included hardware RAID adapter wasn't compatible with the motherboard, so that didn't work out.

    I'm sure you could sell more if they work as configured. :smile:

    I'd love to have some NJ-based dedicated RAID-10 storage, but haven't found anything similar.

    We sold everything we have, what you got was a one off issue that was motherboard specific.

  • MrRadicMrRadic Member, Patron Provider

    Only 2 of those Ryzen 5600X 64GB configurations left in stock!

  • MrRadicMrRadic Member, Patron Provider

    The Ryzen 5600X 64GB is now sold out.

    Another great deal:
    Intel Core i7 9700K / 64GB RAM / 512GB NVMe - $69/mo throughout 2022 with coupon AUG30OFF99THRU2022

    Link: https://www.reliablesite.net/dedicated-servers/8-core-server/intel-core-i7-9700k-64GB

  • MrRadicMrRadic Member, Patron Provider

    @MrRadic said:
    The Ryzen 5600X 64GB is now sold out.

    Another great deal:
    Intel Core i7 9700K / 64GB RAM / 512GB NVMe - $69/mo throughout 2022 with coupon AUG30OFF99THRU2022

    Link: https://www.reliablesite.net/dedicated-servers/8-core-server/intel-core-i7-9700k-64GB

    I have 1 of these left in stock!

  • MrRadicMrRadic Member, Patron Provider

    Additional 5600X and 9700K inventory added! Only 4 days left with these deals.

  • MrRadicMrRadic Member, Patron Provider

    2 more days left!

  • MrRadicMrRadic Member, Patron Provider

    12 hours, 30 minutes left!

  • HxxxHxxx Member
    edited August 31

    Sir. Instant servers can be later upgraded in HW, stuff like adding 2nd drive?

  • MrRadicMrRadic Member, Patron Provider

    @Hxxx said:
    Sir. Instant servers can be later upgraded in HW, stuff like adding 2nd drive?

    Yes, as long as the motherboard supports it.

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