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Discussion in 'Hosting Advice' started by XEnderGamer, May 13, 2016.
Any help please?????
wat; cheap = not good (useally)
What kind of hosting? Shared, dedicated, VPS?
Shared. For mc
cheap + performance = low reliability.
cheap + reliable = bad performance.
performance + reliable = expensive.
take your pick.
On behalf of everyone here, shut up, stop blatantly advertising and lying.
What's cheap to you? $7/GB, $5/GB, $3/GB, etc? "Any help please?" isn't very descriptive.
My friend recommended to me http://mchost.yolasite.com I use it and never had problems with it (have been using it since December) 3€/month 1GB package
If you find anything cheaper (per gigabite) please let me know
BRUH. the only host cheaper is ggservers (at $3 per gig). and they are complete crap
I guess I will stick to endermite host for now...
I know about GGSERVERS, but their servers are so bad I did not even consider recommending them to anybody.
theminecrafthosting is complete shit.
Your advertising your own host.
I could suggest Fluctis. I had multiple servers with them in the past, and almost no problems.
And they have a lifetime 55% discount, so a GB would be $1.34 for budget, and $3.14 for premium.
Servers Hostings that I tried:
- FluctisHosting: Awesome hosting with cheap prices (Budget).
- GGServers: Overselling, the lag was horrible, and the server didn't even start.
- ServerMiner: Good hosting, althrough I tried them for a short time.
- MCProHosting: Expensive, and they removed PayPal. Average.
- Nitrous Network: Awesome server and support. My favorite with Fluctis.
I personally use Beastnode.
Not worth it.. Just look at how they said their own server specs to me when I asked about their Limestone Networks location.
Just for the records E3v1s-E3v3s are unable to address more than 32GB of RAM. Furthermore also seems they using a hybrid setup. On their Premium range they state that the storage are on SSD NOTHING about SSD cached storage. Finally it doesn't even say anything about a RAID 1 or RAID 10 setup.
At the end of the day, you get what you pays for.
I'd use HostHorde. No trouble with them whatsoever $20 get unlimited ram (start with 6gb ram/50gb storage/ect and request more when needed)
I wanted to quote the original poster but look at these prices of the host, so logical: