Russia Dedicated Server


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Operating System (OS)

Linux or Windows? You have a choice when it comes to operating systems for your new server. Linux is an open-source, free alternative to Windows, which means that you can select from a variety of free, open-source software. The open-source nature of Linux and free software makes it incredibly customizable and scalable. So, if you’re on a budget but still want to get bang for your buck, check out our range of cheap servers with Linux OS! Need help deciding between Windows and Linux? Check out our handy comparison guide or contact us for more information about making an informed decision.

Storage

The three most popular server types are rack servers, tower servers, and blade servers. Rack servers, as their name implies, are stand-alone machines that sit in a standard 19-inch rack cabinet. With minimal space requirements and low power consumption, they’re very energy efficient. You also save money when you need to add new drives or expand your network because you can easily swap them out with another compatible device. Tower servers have higher power requirements and aren’t as compact as rack servers but, still, take up less room than a desktop computer. They’re better suited for growing businesses that require more computing power on a continuous basis. If you have limited space but still want high processing capabilities, consider choosing a blade server instead.

Memory


Think of RAM as your computer’s short-term memory. When you open a new program or a large file, your RAM is how your computer stores and accesses that information. So, it’s important to make sure that there is enough available for whatever you are trying to do at any given time. If you get too low on memory, your computer will display an error message and close down running programs, so it can focus on vital tasks. This can lead to lost work and system crashes if left unchecked! It’s also significant to have enough space for more programs and files—your operating system may be set with default settings that allow enough room for now but not much else in case things go awry in the future.

Hard Drives

The most significant part of any server is, well, its servers. Hard drives are responsible for storing your data reliably. While mechanical hard drives are still more common than SSDs (Solid State Drives), newer solid-state drives can greatly improve storage performance if you have access to one. If not, don’t worry—just make sure that you buy as many hard drives as you need. Plenty of choices are available, so you can find one with enough space for your needs without breaking the bank. You should also look at each hard drive’s RPM rating (RPM stands for revolutions per minute) and seek out ones that rotate faster and allow your Cheap Russia Dedicated Server to boot up quicker.

SSD

For gaming and graphic design, an SSD is a must-have; they’re up to 20 times faster than standard hard drives. And because they have no moving parts, they’re more reliable and much less likely to fail in a few years. That means you get faster bootups, faster multitasking, better video editing performance—and a more reliable system.