Overclocked Dedicated Server | 4790k 4.6Ghz | 32GB DDR Ram | 250GB SSD

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Hey guys,
I have my own hardware for hosting my own server, Scavenger Craft (SCAV.TV). We have an extra overclocked server so I decided to rent it out. It has the following specs.

Intel 4790k @ 4.6Ghz
32GB DDR3 Ram @ 1866Mhz
250GB Samsung SSD
1Gbps Port
DDOS Protection Included
Price: $500 / month

Only selling one of these. PM me if you are interested.

With regards,
Brendan
 
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Not really interested in buying myself, but I think a lot of people is wondering how many gbps the DDoS protection protects against :)
 

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Not really interested in buying myself, but I think a lot of people is wondering how many gbps the DDoS protection protects against :)
Hello,
Our network has custom rules upstream to handle UDP protection so 50Gbps+ shouldn't be an issue at all for UDP. As for TCP, as long as it is under 10Gbps. We have yet to see any TCP attack over 2Gbps as they are not amplified.
 

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Hello,
Our network has custom rules upstream to handle UDP protection so 50Gbps+ shouldn't be an issue at all for UDP. As for TCP, as long as it is under 10Gbps. We have yet to see any TCP attack over 2Gbps as they are not amplified.
That's awesome, heard a lot of good things about Psychz ddos protection :) glws!
 

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500$/m seems steep
 

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For 500$/m it should be like 500gb SSD x4, 2x E5-2650, 128gb RAM
 

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The server isn't marketed for people that have networks, but rather large single servers that can benefit from a faster single core. Everything is negotiable. PM me if you are interested and we can talk further regarding pricing and others.
 

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What board are you using that supports the lga 1150 chipset, supports the overclocking of "k" series processors, and has IPMI?
 
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If you are interested in purchasing one, I can reveal that information privately. Regardless, that is not something that you should have to worry about :)
Umm I wouldn't be worrying about it if I wasn't interested. I'm not going to rent one from you either. It has actually been a personal project that my friend and I have been working on. We just can't find a board xD
 
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What board are you using that supports the lga 1150 chipset, supports the overclocking of "k" series processors, and has IPMI?
It's probably just a generic KVM over IP setup. There's things other than IPMI, though IPMI is the cheapest.
 
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It's probably just a generic KVM over IP setup. There's things other than IPMI, though IPMI is the cheapest.
KVM over IP wouldn't work for the same things, sadly.

IPMI has KVM over IP, that's just one small part of what IPMI is needed for.
 
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KVM over IP wouldn't work for the same things, sadly.

IPMI has KVM over IP, that's just one small part of what IPMI is needed for.
KVM over IP is what was used before IPMI became the standard. KVM/ip units look like a standard 1u switch, but they have VGA, Serial, and PS/2 ports on them for video, keyboard, mouse, and power control. KVM/ip functions in a very similar way to IPMI, but is quite different hardware wise.
 
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KVM over IP is what was used before IPMI became the standard. KVM/ip units look like a standard 1u switch, but they have VGA, Serial, and PS/2 ports on them for video, keyboard, mouse, and power control. KVM/ip functions in a very similar way to IPMI, but is quite different hardware wise.
I know what they look likeo_O

The problem is I don't have support for it and i'm not looking to buy new hardware.
 
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I know what they look likeo_O

The problem is I don't have support for it and i'm not looking to buy new hardware.
Just grab some Lantronix Spider's, they work with damn near everything.
 
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