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10Gbps dedi needed

jahrincjahrinc Member
edited August 27 in Requests

CPU: E-series or ryzen (6 core best, can do 4)
RAM: 32GB
Storage: ssd (os) + 2x4/6/8TB HD (so 2 of any of the three)
Network: 50TB @ 10G
Location: NL, FR, PL - maybe germany (no hetzner)

Can pay via crypto.

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  • LowHostingLowHosting Member, Host Rep

    @jahrinc said:
    CPU: E-series or ryzen (6 core best, can do 4)
    RAM: 32GB
    Storage: ssd (os) + 2x4/6/8TB HD (so 2 of any of the three)
    Network: 50TB @ 10G
    Location: NL, FR, PL - maybe germany (no hetzner)

    Can pay via crypto.

    We can provide that, but we do not accept cryptos.

  • @LowHosting said: We can provide that, but we do not accept cryptos.

    price and location?

  • @jahrinc said:

    @LowHosting said: We can provide that, but we do not accept cryptos.

    price and location?

    Prive = Expensive. :)
    Also, he is using hetzner datacenters, and tunelling his links through something.

  • @selfhoster said: he is using hetzner datacenters, and tunelling his links through something.

    :#

  • LowHostingLowHosting Member, Host Rep

    @jahrinc said:

    @LowHosting said: We can provide that, but we do not accept cryptos.

    price and location?

    We can provide it in Frankfurt, 2x10G LACP, Intel E-series (E-2336 or better, depending on your needs)

    The price is a little bit high for such a setup, it'll be around 200-250€/m.

  • PulsedMediaPulsedMedia Member, Patron Provider

    We can do that and accept crypto, and infact have some in stock but typically do not offer that low spec, and only 10G Unmetered.

    We can do either 10x2.5" SSD or 4-6x HDD w/ NVMe.

    I believe we have one of the following units remaining waiting for drives, delivery within 5 business days:

    • Ryzen 5900x
    • 128GB RAM
    • 256GB NVMe
    • 4x8TB HDD
    • 10G Unmetered
    • Location: Helsinki, Finland

    Price: 249€ per month
    Any spec you want can be upgraded, but no downgrades.

    Offer valid for 1 week from today, reference this thread when contacting sales.

  • jahrincjahrinc Member
    edited August 27

    @PulsedMedia said: We can do that and accept crypto, and infact have some in stock but typically do not offer that low spec, and only 10G Unmetered.

    We can do either 10x2.5" SSD or 4-6x HDD w/ NVMe.

    I believe we have one of the following units remaining waiting for drives, delivery within 5 business days:

    Ryzen 5900x

    128GB RAM
    256GB NVMe
    4x8TB HDD
    10G Unmetered
    Location: Helsinki, Finland
    Price: 249€ per month
    Any spec you want can be upgraded, but no downgrades.

    Offer valid for 1 week from today, reference this thread when contacting sales.

    Really really tempting, but I need it asap, do you have anything for instant delivery?

  • PulsedMediaPulsedMedia Member, Patron Provider

    @jahrinc said:

    @PulsedMedia said: We can do that and accept crypto, and infact have some in stock but typically do not offer that low spec, and only 10G Unmetered.

    We can do either 10x2.5" SSD or 4-6x HDD w/ NVMe.

    I believe we have one of the following units remaining waiting for drives, delivery within 5 business days:

    Ryzen 5900x

    128GB RAM
    256GB NVMe
    4x8TB HDD
    10G Unmetered
    Location: Helsinki, Finland
    Price: 249€ per month
    Any spec you want can be upgraded, but no downgrades.

    Offer valid for 1 week from today, reference this thread when contacting sales.

    Really really tempting, but I need it asap, do you have anything for instant delivery?

    Everything else is in production, or further down the assembly line. This node tho, only requires putting in the HDDs and OS install. Can't put in the drives remotely sorry.

    Got SSD models similar too, fully furnished and tested, but not yet racked as well.

    All of our higher end models tend to sold the moment we get them online, our DC is quite small so we have just begun to build second one to have plenty of stock in a year or so.

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  • You could check in with Andy10gbit for stock/price of these

    E-2274G 32GB RAM 2x480GB SSD 2x8TB HDD 10Gbit 100TB Traffic
    E-2274G 32GB RAM 2x960GB SSD 2x8TB HDD 10Gbit 100TB Traffic

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  • Still looking for something to be delivered asap

  • BAHUPROBAHUPRO Member, Host Rep
    edited August 27

    @jahrinc said:
    Still looking for something to be delivered asap

    Hi, just contact us on Discord: https://discord.com/invite/8tYe8P8dUb

    First Offer:
    Intel Core i7-10700K
    8 Core / 16 Threads
    64 GB DDR4 RAM
    2x Samsung PM883 480GB SSD
    2x 10 Gbit/s Uplink include 50 TB Traffic
    1x IPv4/IPv6
    DDoS-Protection L3, L4-L7 Hardware Firewall Arbor

    Price: 180 GBP

    Second Offer:
    Intel Core i9-10900K
    10 Core / 20 Threads
    128 GB DDR4 RAM
    2x Samsung PM9A1 2 TB NVMe-SSD
    2x 10 Gbit/s Uplink include 50 TB Traffic
    1x IPv4/IPv6
    DDoS-Protection L3, L4-L7 Hardware Firewall Arbor

    Price: 285 GBP

    Instant deployment in DC Germany, Frankfurt. Support Lang: ENG, PL 24/7

  • @BAHUPRO said: Instant deployment in DC Germany, Frankfurt. Support Lang: ENG, PL 24/7

    Please read the storage requirements

  • BAHUPROBAHUPRO Member, Host Rep
    edited August 27

    @jahrinc said:

    @BAHUPRO said: Instant deployment in DC Germany, Frankfurt. Support Lang: ENG, PL 24/7

    Please read the storage requirements

    OS SSD/NVMe 480 GB? for combination 2 x 4 TB HDD it's 20 GBP/mo, what about that?
    2 x 6 TB and 2 x 8 TB HDD I will calculate on Sunday for you. Please use [email protected] or our Discord to get instant help.

  • Daniel15Daniel15 Member
    edited August 27

    @jahrinc said: CPU: E-series

    E series spans from 8th gen (2018) to 11th gen (2021)... Do you have a specific requirement or is any E series OK? What about W series, Xeon Gold/Platinum, etc?

  • jahrincjahrinc Member
    edited August 28

    @Daniel15 said: E series spans from 8th gen (2018) to 11th gen (2021)... Do you have a specific requirement or is any E series OK? What about W series, Xeon Gold/Platinum, etc?

    I thought e-series was any from this list? (I'm not too tech savvy when it comes to Intel CPUs, I might have used the wrong words)

    https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/series/134861/intel-xeon-e-processor.html

    But basically the successors of E3?

    W, gold and plat are way overkill for my use. A high frequency 4 core should be fine, though, 6 cores to have a bit more breathing room.

  • @jahrinc said:

    @Daniel15 said: E series spans from 8th gen (2018) to 11th gen (2021)... Do you have a specific requirement or is any E series OK? What about W series, Xeon Gold/Platinum, etc?

    I thought e-series was any from this list? (I'm not too tech savvy when it comes to Intel CPUs, I might have used the wrong words)

    https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/series/134861/intel-xeon-e-processor.html

    Yeah. Those processors span a few generations though. Here's a better list that includes release dates: https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/products/details/processors/xeon/e/products.html

    In general, newer processors will be faster than older processors even if the clock rate is slightly lower, due to improvements in cache size, pipelining, branch prediction, etc. (eg the latest 2.4Ghz processor is likely going to be faster than a 2.6-2.7 Ghz processor from 5 years ago)

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  • vsys_hostvsys_host Member, Patron Provider

    @jahrinc said:
    CPU: E-series or ryzen (6 core best, can do 4)
    RAM: 32GB
    Storage: ssd (os) + 2x4/6/8TB HD (so 2 of any of the three)
    Network: 50TB @ 10G
    Location: NL, FR, PL - maybe germany (no hetzner)

    Can pay via crypto.

    Hello @jahrinc

    We can provide such options, and we accept crypto ;)

    In case if you really need 10GBPS:

    10G (Ukraine)
    CPU : Dual E5-2670V3 (Cores 24 / Threads 48 / Processor Base Frequency 2.30 GHz)
    RAM : 32GB DDR4
    DRIVE : 250GB SSD + 2х8tb HDD
    PORT : 1×10 Gbps
    BANDWIDTH : 10 Gbps Unlimited ( 3240 TB Per Month)
    900$

    10G (Netherlands)
    CPU : Dual E5-2670V3 (Cores 24 / Threads 48 / Processor Base Frequency 2.30 GHz)
    RAM : 128GB DDR4
    DRIVE : 250GB SSD + 2х10tb HDD
    PORT : 1×10 Gbps
    BANDWIDTH : 10 Gbps Unlimited ( 3240 TB Per Month)
    1040$

    If you don't need 10GBPS, then consider shared 1Gbps. The price will be quite different for 1Gbps.

  • abeermabeerm Member, Patron Provider

    @jahrinc said:
    CPU: E-series or ryzen (6 core best, can do 4)
    RAM: 32GB
    Storage: ssd (os) + 2x4/6/8TB HD (so 2 of any of the three)
    Network: 50TB @ 10G
    Location: NL, FR, PL - maybe germany (no hetzner)

    Can pay via crypto.

    Hi @jahrinc try serverhub, also there are offers available for the SSD, contact the support and ask for the offers of 50% on the first month + 15% on the annual subscription:
    https://www.serverhub.com/

  • @vsys_host said:

    Where's your tag?

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  • vsys_hostvsys_host Member, Patron Provider

    @jmgcaguicla said:

    @vsys_host said:

    Where's your tag?

    image

    @jmgcaguicla

    Here it is

  • What's the point of such great speeds with metered bandwidth? Theoretically you have 10G, but in practice you can't consistently go over 1% of that because you'll hit the 50 TB bandwidth cap. Heck, 50 TB is not that ridiculous but I see providers who advertise 1 or 2 TB bandwidth with 10G speed which calculates to about 13 minutes of traffic on full blast. Do they just copy and paste without doing the math or is there some use case I'm not aware of?

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  • @vanuatu_vase_vendor said: What's the point of such great speeds with metered bandwidth? Theoretically you have 10G, but in practice you can't consistently go over 1% of that because you'll hit the 50 TB bandwidth cap. Heck, 50 TB is not that ridiculous but I see providers who advertise 1 or 2 TB bandwidth with 10G speed which calculates to about 13 minutes of traffic on full blast. Do they just copy and paste without doing the math or is there some use case I'm not aware of?

    My use case its very specific. My current hetzner box connection drops (RDP) when using the full port leaving it useless for 1-2 hours while I upload what I need to upload.

  • HostSlickHostSlick Member, Patron Provider
    edited September 12

    @vanuatu_vase_vendor said:
    What's the point of such great speeds with metered bandwidth? Theoretically you have 10G, but in practice you can't consistently go over 1% of that because you'll hit the 50 TB bandwidth cap. Heck, 50 TB is not that ridiculous but I see providers who advertise 1 or 2 TB bandwidth with 10G speed which calculates to about 13 minutes of traffic on full blast. Do they just copy and paste without doing the math or is there some use case I'm not aware of?

    Marketing lol

    Personally I dont like this as well

    And if you ask me for a offer with 10Gbit port bellow 1gbit commit or 330TB I try to deny it always, trying selling you something else or will rate-limit it so you can't fuck me.
    Makes no sense for me with just a few TB

    But I guess most are rate limit at this traffic Level or have some limitation :)

    So if its a true 24x7 10Gbit is a other question ;)

    Can also be a 10gbit port on a switch with 10Gbit uplink :lol: having Many neigbours sharing that 10gbit :lol:

  • afnafn Member

    @vanuatu_vase_vendor said: What's the point of such great speeds with metered bandwidth? Theoretically you have 10G, but in practice you can't consistently go over 1% of that because you'll hit the 50 TB bandwidth cap.

    You may need high speed occasionally, but not sustained. Naïve example: People visit your website only during weekend when uploading something specific and all download at once, but once it is done, no one looks at your site for the rest of the month. Another example: having 10gbps port for the weekly backups will avoid your server being when serving people during the backup process.

    @jahrinc said: My use case its very specific. My current hetzner box connection drops (RDP) when using the full port leaving it useless for 1-2 hours while I upload what I need to upload.

    Are you sure this is not some config issue?

  • PulsedMediaPulsedMedia Member, Patron Provider

    @jahrinc i guess you still haven't found the server you need?

    we have 2x 10G dedis from last week's batch remaining ready for immediate delivery. Both are E5-2620 6c/12t, 128G Ram, 12x10TB SAS, just the OS SSD sizes vary. OS 2x80G -> 249€ a month, 2x525G -> 299€ a month.

    email our sales to set the order up.

  • @afn said: Are you sure this is not some config issue?

    >
    100% sure, the port is fully utilized when uploading and rdp becomes inaccessible until its done uploading.

    @PulsedMedia said: i guess you still haven't found the server you need?

    Found one, thank you though! Will keep this on mind as I will need more in a few weeks or month or so.

  • PulsedMediaPulsedMedia Member, Patron Provider

    @jahrinc said: Found one, thank you though! Will keep this on mind as I will need more in a few weeks or month or so.

    Ok, when you find in need of another, send an email to our sales.

  • terrahostterrahost Member, Patron Provider

    @jahrinc said:
    CPU: E-series or ryzen (6 core best, can do 4)
    RAM: 32GB
    Storage: ssd (os) + 2x4/6/8TB HD (so 2 of any of the three)
    Network: 50TB @ 10G
    Location: NL, FR, PL - maybe germany (no hetzner)

    Can pay via crypto.

    Would you consider Norway? Super-sale in another thread :) Can add on HDDs.

  • @terrahost said: Would you consider Norway? Super-sale in another thread :) Can add on HDDs.

    I already have a bunch of dedicated with you guys. Awesome all around, just looking something to diversify a bit.

  • PulsedMediaPulsedMedia Member, Patron Provider

    @jahrinc said:

    @terrahost said: Would you consider Norway? Super-sale in another thread :) Can add on HDDs.

    I already have a bunch of dedicated with you guys. Awesome all around, just looking something to diversify a bit.

    Diversification is a good idea often :)

    We have sold more 10G dedis in the past few weeks than the 6months prior :) Funny how that goes, you got a bunch of dedis looking for end use, and all of sudden demand appears :D Tho some were also custom orders

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