1. Post #1
    nexusowner's Avatar
    May 2010
    450 Posts
    Hi everyone. I've been looking for a dedicated gaming server, but without luck. Does anyone know where I can find a strong, solid gaming server, which wouldn't have any problem running 3 - 5 | 64 slots Garry's mod server. The price does matter, the budget has to be $250 within $320 a month.

    Thanks in advance.

    [Update]

    Thanks everyone for your answers, it seems like it's way to difficult to get a rent-to-own server.
    instead I would like to build one. ~Budget between; $2500 ~ $3000. ~ if possible please look for a website where you can pay off the parts.

    Once again, thanks in advance.

  2. Post #2
    Heisenberg
    Neddy's Avatar
    March 2005
    4,348 Posts
    I know this isn't what your looking for. But I can offer you 3-5 64 slot garrysmod servers for a good price if your interested.

  3. Post #3
    nexusowner's Avatar
    May 2010
    450 Posts
    I know this isn't what your looking for. But I can offer you 3-5 64 slot garrysmod servers for a good price if your interested.
    Thanks for the offer, buddy. But I am still looking for the dedicated, I'm definitely gonna PM you if I need one.

  4. Post #4
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    SteelReal's Avatar
    May 2009
    1,434 Posts
    So wait, you want to build one? Or rent one from someone?

  5. Post #5
    nexusowner's Avatar
    May 2010
    450 Posts
    So wait, you want to build one? Or rent one from someone?
    I wish to buy one, by paying it off each month until I've payed the entire amount off. Sorry for the lack of info.

  6. Post #6
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    psp401.com's Avatar
    November 2005
    1,126 Posts
    I wish to buy one, by paying it off each month until I've payed the entire amount off. Sorry for the lack of info.
    There are very few rent-to-own server places. I know PacificRack does RTO, but it's quite expensive for what you get.
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  7. Post #7
    nexusowner's Avatar
    May 2010
    450 Posts
    OP Updated

    There are very few rent-to-own server places. I know PacificRack does RTO, but it's quite expensive for what you get.
    Thanks a lot buddy, I'm gonna check out this site, meanwhile.

  8. Post #8
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    tratzzz's Avatar
    March 2010
    7,310 Posts
    What is your connection speed?

  9. Post #9
    nexusowner's Avatar
    May 2010
    450 Posts
    Right now it's 30M/bit but I'm gonna change it to
    occupation connection 100 - 120 m/bit.

  10. Post #10

    June 2011
    422 Posts
    Right now it's 30M/bit but I'm gonna change it to
    occupation connection 100 - 120 m/bit.
    most ISP will not allow servers at home... whos your ISP? Plan on geting a server contract?
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  11. Post #11
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    August 2009
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    most ISP will not allow servers at home... whos your ISP? Plan on geting a server contract?
    What they don't know they don't care about.
    They're bound to get a wee bit suspicious if you're constantly maxing both UL and DL though.

  12. Post #12
    nexusowner's Avatar
    May 2010
    450 Posts
    most ISP will not allow servers at home... whos your ISP? Plan on geting a server contract?
    Nope, I wasn't aware of that. Fullrate, but I might change to TDC No, not really.

    What they don't know they don't care about.
    They're bound to get a wee bit suspicious if you're constantly maxing both UL and DL though.
    But I believe I need one. Does those 'contracts' costs?

  13. Post #13
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    August 2009
    15,159 Posts
    Nope, I wasn't aware of that. Fullrate, but I might change to TDC No, not really.
    Check if you can get fiber, Some larger cities have that.
    Even half of the small town I live in have, but I live in the granny ghetto part so no delicious 50/50mbit internet for me :saddowns:

    But I believe I need one. Does those 'contracts' costs?
    You'd have to contact your ISP to acquire such info.
    It wouldn't surprise me if they require you to have a licensed business to supply you with such connection.

  14. Post #14

    June 2011
    422 Posts
    yeah our going to been to contact your ISP and talk to them , yes they often cost moeny but if your going to be useing that much data... and game servers will... your going to want one or else they could end up fineing you for lot's of data...