Server for gaming

Started by udanteiky, Aug 08, 2022, 02:44 PM

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udanteikyTopic starter

Good afternoon, everyone. Need help buying a server for a gaming service (cloud gaming).

My requirements:
- Germany or France
- A solid-state drive with a capacity of at least 5 TB
- With protection against DDOS attacks
- 2 Gbit/s network
- AMD Radeon 5000 Series

If you can share information, then it would be nice. Thank you in advance for your help.
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Edison Duncan

In order not to fool yourself too much, go to ovhcloud.com. The issue price is from $85 to $1000 per month. The region can be selected.
If you need a cheap one, then I advise you to look here ionos.com, but they seem to be located only in the United States, but maybe in Germany there is.
If you need GeForce GTX 1070 and more, then you are here - unihost.com (servers in Germany and other EU countries).
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Ourel Augest

There are 2 types of platforms for games - the usual ones, which, in addition to the usual hardware, include a video card (which increases the cost of server rental at times) and game servers that have slots for games (there is a list of games and a control panel where you manage the space). If we talk about the first type, then I recommend paying attention to ikoula.com, and if you want to rent slots, then here are two good representatives for you - server.nitrado.net/en-GB/products/gameserver and g-portal.com/en/gameserver/index.
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Alina

For many game servers, such as Minecraft, the built-in ddos protection on the hoster's side and a wide channel (in case of not ordinary ddos, but bot farming) are of great importance, which is mentioned here in passing. So it turns out that 90% of large Minecraft projects are sitting on OVH (and the rest are at Hetzner). This year I was looking for a closer solution, since France is both a bigger ping and frequent instability of the connection from the Russian Federation, but alas, I did not find a hosting with similar characteristics for a close price. Some hosters immediately wrote to support: ah, Minecraft — well, this is not for us :). Now I looked at the ruvds website, alas, they give only 20 mbit / s of cleared traffic for a very large amount. A little cheaper than similar hosters, but could not surprise.
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Zhoshua Adrian

I suggest you use the services of a shared server to create a game server. Some of the best in Germany are aweb.gr, eugamehost.com, servers.com (there are servers in Germany) and servermania.com. Almost everyone has both already created assemblies and dedicated game servers.
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