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I am just starting to test this server out. Here's a quick speed test:
I just turned it on, and I'm doing a quick test with a few contextual projects (with verification disabled), and am getting this
I'm using an old list, so this screenshot isn't meant to impress by any stretch. But I can tell that the server can handle a big load, and my RDP sessions are instant access even though I am connecting across the ocean - so that part tells me a lot. I just need to get some different proxies closer to France, lol.
Overall, this is looking very good for the first couple of hours. These guys had me set up within a couple of hours of purchasing, so that was a great start as well.
I say give these guys a chance. If it continues to be a good story, I will report that. If something isn't right, I will report that too. But so far, everything looks good with these guys. And we could use some additional quality providers around here...the more the merrier.
@RayBan - There is a massive difference between a VPS and a dedi. In this case, I decided to move my remaining VPS to a dedi, and I am very glad I did. There is just so much more computing power. Run 150 projects simultaneously at 1000 threads, etc. It just never gags.
I don't think I would do what you suggested though. Not an expert, but I think you need to partition resources (hard drive/cores/threads) as you can't run more than 1 instance at a time on the same drive. So in effect you are creating several weaker VPS's. You need to give it a shot to understand the difference. Night and day.