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  1. #1
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    Need to choose between 3 different vps's. Need advice.

    Hey guys,

    I have been paying about 21$ for a TS3 server and am looking into some VPS's to cut on the costs and get more slots. I got 10 Slots ATM.
    I found 3 pretty good servers. The first is REALLY cheap. But it only has 100Mbps speeds, i am not sure if 20 people will be able play comfortably with those specs. Is it possible to do so?

    If its allowed I could post the Links to the VPS's. I think the cheap server can support 20 users, it has some different OS's as well. centOS, ubuntu, debian and suse.
    I believe debian and centOS are low in resources.

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    If you could please confirm that server 1 should be enough? And what OS should i choose from the list above.
    Its just 20 people or so.

  2. #2
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    It's machine 3
    1GB is recommended in our minimal hardware requirements.
    http://forum.teamspeak.com/threads/1...e-Requirements
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  3. #3
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    HAHA of course NOT

    Pls use the smalles one, its more than enough to carry a 10 slots server omg

  4. #4
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    He wants 20 people
    It may be enough for 20, but there is no guarantee for this.

    And seriously what are 16$ a year for a server.
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  5. #5
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    Running a server with some hundred people, Apache2 (without PHP and MySQL though) and a self-made HTTP server running in a Wine box. That needs 192 MB. 128 MB might work, might not. You don't know. If you try it, you should go for x86.

    I would not use shared IPs. If someone else's VPS gets blacklisted, so does yours.

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