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Hardware Specifications

Company owned machines utilizing Lenovo and Dell branded, late-model chassis running Windows Server.

Our beefy machines play as hard as you do!

Enterprise-grade server hardware ensures quality performance for the discerning gamer.

CPU - Intel® Xeon Enterprise

With speeds up to 4.0 GHz our CPUs can handle anything you throw at them.

Upgradeable
RAM - DDR4 2133 MHz ECC

Rock solid Micron and SK Hynix memory modules with error correcting code.

Free
Solid State Storage

Samsung Evo and Cruicial MX series SSDs are standard equipment for all clients.

Premium
PCIe NMVe Storage

As an added upgrade we offer blazing fast NVMe drives for ulimate performance.

5 Tbps+ Connectivity

Top-tier bandwidth providers and 10 Gbps machine uplink give you smooth gameplay.

OS - Windows Server

Our machines utilize Windows Server for compatibility with the latest games and mods.

Frequently Asked Questions about Hardware Upgrades

What are CPU priority upgrades?
  • In Windows operating system, when a number of processes are running on the server the processor time is shared between the apps. This time sharing is based on a parameter called priority level. The higher the priority level of a process, the more processor time it's assigned.

    Priority upgrades ensure your server high availability to the CPU resources on the shared environment. We also offer a dedicated CPU core option which gives your server exclusive use of its own CPU core.

Can I purchase additional RAM?
  • Short Answer: Yes!

    4.5GB Dedicated RAM is allocated to most server types by default. This can be upgraded to 8GB for an additional $4.97/month. Above 8GB, RAM is sold at $1.75/GB/month up to 16GB.

What is the difference between PCIe NVMe and SATA SSD?
  • Everyone knows SSDs are faster, more efficient and have lower failure rates than HDDs right? Well ultimately SATA is a legacy standard that wasn't designed with solid state storage in mind. Most SATA SSDs max out around 550MB/s. Current flagship NVMe, or Non Volatile Memory Express, drives on the other hand offer about 6x the bandwidth and boast transfer speeds of over 3GB/s. This is accomplished by using the PCI Express interface instead of SATA.

    These speeds will make short work of the large file transfers and high input/output operations of today's games.