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- 4 CPU Cores/4 GB memory/ 1 Tb storage/Unmetered bandwidth/ 3 IPs: $
- 4 CPU Cores/8 GB memory/ 1.5 Tb storage/Unmetered bandwidth/ 3 IPs:
- 4 CPU Cores/16 GB memory/2 Tb storage/Unmetered bandwidth/ 3 IPs:
- 4 CPU Cores/32 GB memory/2 Tb storage/Unmetered bandwidth/ 3 IPs:
- Free 1-year SSL certificate
- Processor type 1x Xeon E3-1220-v3
- Processor memory 32GB DDR3/Hard disk 2 x 2TB drives
- cPanel control panel
- Self-managed/managed/fully managed
godaddy dedicated server alternatives
A dedicated server from Namecheap offers performance, reliability and the latest server hardware. Servers are setup same-day with selected servers setup in under 4 hours. Most servers come with a 100% network uptime guarantee.
4 CPU Cores/8 GB memory/300 GB disk/10 TB bandwidth/: $58.88/mo
4 CPU Cores/8 GB memory/120 GB SSD/100 TB bandwidth/: $109.88/mo
4 CPU Cores/8 GB memory/1 TB disk/100 TB bandwidth/: $129.88/mo
4 CPU Cores/16 GB memory/2×120 GB SSD/100 TB bandwidth/: $149.88/mo
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KnownHost’s Managed Dedicated Servers are all custom built, secured, and optimized out of the box. All Managed Dedicated Servers are Linux based, bundled with the cPanel control panel, and housed at our Central US (TX) datacenter which includes premium bandwidth such as Internap and Level 3.
i7-4770/16 GB memory/750 GB disk/11,000 GB bandwidth/: $179/mo
Xeon E3-1270v2/16 GB memory/1 TB disks/16,000 GB bandwidth/: $239/mo
Dual Xeon E5-2430v2/24 GB memory/1 TB disk/21,000 GB bandwidth/: $329/mo
Dual Xeon E5-2620v3/32 GB memory/120GB SSD/26,000 GB bandwidth/: $379/mo
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2 CPU Cores/4 GB memory/0.5 TB disk/10 TB bandwidth/2 IPs: 79.00/mo
4 CPU Cores/4 GB memory/1 TB disk/15 TB bandwidth/3 IPs: 89.00/mo
4 CPU Cores/8 GB memory/1 TB disk/20 TB bandwidth/4 IPs: 109.00/mo
4 CPU Cores/16 GB memory/1 TB disk/25 TB bandwidth/5 IPs: 129.00/mo
godaddy dedicated server reviews
Well, before i used their dedicated servers offering , i did read a lot including good and bad reviews about their services, the main disadvantage i did expect was the slow email support and no live support and unexpert support as i read.
That didnt stop me from signing up ( over 6 months ago ) , because i do manage my own servers and i didnt expect to use much of support so i was tempted by their pricing besides i own a resller account so i had way much discount over the current pricing structure so it was great pricing at least for me.
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I’ve been a WHT members for years now – but I must admit I am a troll 99% of the time. I use WHT for the amazing resource that it is – and then hide in a corner and not post. Horrible I know. Well I figured this post HAD to be here. It’s a review I had just finished writing for an upcoming website of mine. I hope this helps someone make their decision.
GoDaddy is a company that we have all probably heard of by now. Whether it be from their numerous TV commercials and internet advertisements – or via word of mouth. Fact is everyone has probably heard of them by now – and I am sure most people thought GoDaddy when they first needed hosting, or a domain name. Weirdly enough I had always steered away from GoDaddy – even though I had no personal experiences with them and no real reason to do so. Their main site never seemed to load fast enough for my liking so I had always dismissed them due to that and never looked back. A recent job however had changed that – for roughly the past 6 months I had been developing a series of sites on 2 different GoDaddy shared hosting accounts. Both accounts are on GoDaddy’s Deluxe Linux Shared Hosting plan – now running on their GRID setup for the past 2 months (think GoDaddy’s version of Cloud Shared Hosting). Below is my review. It’s honest. It’s not sugarcoated. It’s not here to tell you to buy from GoDaddy or to avoid them. Below is simply my experiences and my thoughts.
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