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      Dear vpsBoard members and guests:

      Over the last year or two vpsBoard activity and traffic has dwindled. I have had a change of career and interests, and as such am no longer an active member of the web hosting industry.

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  1. I would like to run a CounterStrike server on a VPS, is it okay or I should better think of a dedicated server for this purpose? Thank you.
  2. Ready2Frag operates as the gaming and performance VPS branch of HostVenom, LLC. and operates under a DBA of HostVenom, LLC. in New York. We are proud to boast that we own our own hardware and IP space. All servers are colocated in our suite in downtown Chicago, IL. We utilize the Steadfast Networks 725 S. Wells facility, with GigeNET IP Transit on inbound traffic to provide DDoS Protection. Our network is powered by top-shelf Cisco and Juniper networking gear and features connectivity to at least five (5) global bandwidth providers combined with extensive peering to Chicago's largest internet exchanges. All data is route-optimized with redundant InterNAP FCP devices. Minecraft Hosting PRICE: $6 / GB RAM (512MB RAM -> 12GB RAM) But wait! You can save more! Use these promotional codes when checking out to get a great start on your community! Use "heyvpsb" for 50% OFF your 1st month on any game server ...OR.... Use "saveforever" to get 10% OFF your game server FOR LIFE! Minecraft Features: Multicraft Control Panel Intel Xeon E3-1230v2 Processors 32GB DDR3 ECC RAM per Node Undersold to 80% RAM or less (CPU usage & I/O also considered) Samsung or Crucial SSDs in RAID-1 1Gbps Network Ports 4Gbps DDoS Protection Free Web Hosting (On Request) Free 10-Slot Mumble (On Request) Free 45 Days of Enjin Advanced Free 30 Days of Minetrend Lite ORDER YOUR MINECRAFT SERVER! Source Hosting PRICE: $0.95 / Slot But wait! You can save more! Use these promotional codes when checking out to get a great start on your community! Use "heyvpsb" for 50% OFF your 1st month on any game server ...OR.... Use "saveforever" to get 10% OFF your game server FOR LIFE! Source Features: TCAdmin v2 Control Panel Intel Xeon E3-1230v2 Processors 16GB DDR3 ECC RAM per Node Undersold to 80% resource usage or less Western Digital RE4 HDDs in RAID-1 1Gbps Network Ports 4Gbps DDoS Protection Free Web Hosting (On Request) Free 10-Slot Mumble (On Request) Free 45 Days of Enjin Advanced ORDER YOUR SOURCE SERVER! Rust Hosting PRICE: $0.20 / Slot But wait! You can save more! Use these promotional codes when checking out to get a great start on your community! Use "heyvpsb" for 50% OFF your 1st month on any game server ...OR.... Use "saveforever" to get 10% OFF your game server FOR LIFE! Rust Features: TCAdmin v2 Control Panel (No Web Console) Intel Xeon E3-1230v2 Processors 16GB DDR3 ECC RAM per Node Undersold to 80% resource usage or less Western Digital RE4 HDDs in RAID-1 1Gbps Network Ports 4Gbps DDoS Protection Free Web Hosting (On Request) Free 10-Slot Mumble (On Request) Free 45 Days of Enjin Advanced ORDER YOUR RUST SERVER!
  3. Yo, I need your input on an idea to revolutionize the video game industry: A website/app/hub that’ll connect the entire gaming world together, so all gamers can easily play games with each other, by discovering which multiplayer matches are available for all video games. Rather than inserting a video game to see which multiplayer matches are available for it, users will simply be able to go to the hub, and choose a specific video game and check out which multiplayer matches are available for the video game. Something as simple as this could dramatically increase the replay value of nearly all video games with online multiplayer, as simple awareness of available matches could get interested to play older games. Goals: Work with XBL and PSN, so that every multiplayer game available will be automatically registered to the hub. Do something similar with PC games. Create a system where it’ll show the most played games. Users can find out what are the total most played games online, or filter it by platform. This will also help users find out what older games are being played much easier. work deals with major video game companies, to allow their older consoles be available for emulation on PC (people will legally purchase these), and establish a proper multiplayer network for those emulators. Online multiplayer for everybody’s old favorite games will attract a significant amount people, people who will use our site to see what multiplayer is available for all their old games, that they’ll easily play on their PC Let users subscribe to updates (text message/email/social media alerts/etc) when preferred gametypes, maps, etc are available. Let the default mode of this be a brilliant system that won’t get users information overload by an annoying bombardment of text updates. Be influenced by apps for sports teams, and how they figured out how to update you in a way that wasn’t annoying. Figure out a way to allow users to broadcast the match they’re in I will need dedicated servers (preferably E7 servers) and cloud services from all over the world willing to invest into this. ROI will be high, PM me for more details.
  4. Looking for an SFF-8087 cable, found this instead. Antediluvian IDE disk? I wonder what's on it. Fortunately, I found a Promise IDE host adapter with it, but alas, no cable. What random computer bits do you have lying around you should have tossed long ago?
  5. I mean looking to play the game http://www.deadpoolgame.com/ :)