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TechCat25

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  1. hey so after I got close and didn't have two walls separating me and my router I got 5 ping a very steady 386 mbps of download speed and 554 Mbps of upload what do you think about it now
  2. I would use the parts you suggest but they take up a huge chunk of my budget
  3. Rust (if you don't know it just search it, it should be the first thing to pop up) 50 to 100 player (hopefully) on average, and for now just on server
  4. id also like to mention that I'm on an early 2015 MacBook Air with DDR3 Ram
  5. though I need to add I'm not directly connected to my router and I'm pretty far away id say about 10 to 15 meters
  6. with nothing but the Speediest website running I get 10 Ping 62.1 Mbps of download speed 5.87 Mbps of upload Speed
  7. found the stats : 2.4GHz band at 1000 Mbps along with two 5GHz bands at 2167Mbps
  8. My Internet service Provider gives me 1Gb/S of data transfer and my router is a ASUS RT-AC5300 AC5300 Tri-Band Wi-Fi Gigabit Router that's all I know
  9. to answer your first question yes I would like to build my own and feel proud about something I built instead of admiring something somebody else built for the second questions no I haven't worked with proxmox software
  10. I would like for my server to eventually be multipurpose so to host Rust if you know it, which can have an average of up to 100 player a day on a single server, and I would also like for my server to simply hold privet files honestly I want a simple server that can handle very heavy loads and it doesn't have to be silent
  11. thanks for the suggestions sorry for the bad picks in hardware still quite new to server building as for the os I was gonna download proxmox on it
  12. answering from top to bottom Id like to eventually up the number of rack mounts to the cabinet as said in description to upgrade performance The c232 is to save cost on a server grade motherboard the old Xeon CPU is to help with price as the new ones cost triple the one described and I got four 250GB as its cheap and enables for RAID 10
  13. So I am thinking about building a server and have all the parts chosen out now I just need to make sure they are compatible because servers don't come cheap, here are the parts: MotherBoard : SUPERMICRO MBD-X11SSL-F-O Micro ATX Server Motherboard LGA 1151 Intel C232 Controller Raid Card : SIIG SC-SA0R11-S1 PCI-Express 2.0 x2 Low Profile Ready SATA III (6.0Gb/s) 4-Port Hybrid RAID Controller Card Rackmount : Rosewill RSV-R4100 - 4U Rackmount Server Case / Chassis - 8 Internal Bays, 2 Included Cooling Fans Server cabinet : Rosewill RSWM-12U001 12U 450mm Deep Single Section Wall Cabinet HDD storage : Seagate 250GB 7200RPM 8MB Cache SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5" Internal Hard Drive Bare Drive Power supply : EVGA 450 BR 100-BR-0450-K1 450W ATX12V / EPS12V 80 PLUS BRONZE Certified Non-Modular Active PFC Power Supply CPU : Intel Xeon E5649 SLBZ8 6-Core 2.53GHz 12MB LGA 1366 Processor RAM : KINGSTON TECHNOLOGY DT & NOTEBOOKS KCP426NS8/8 8GB DDR4 2666MHZ MODULE CPU Cooler : Intel Passive Heat-Sink AUPCWPBTP pls reply kind regards TechCat25
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