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We do not offer i7 servers. We were planning on introducing a new i7 line-up but we found it useless. Anyone interest in dedicated servers for Arma we suggest looking elsewhere. Anything else this is still the place to go!

 

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We do not offer i7 servers. We were planning on introducing a new i7 line-up but we found it useless. Anyone interest in dedicated servers for Arma we suggest looking elsewhere. Anything else this is still the place to go!

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8 minutes ago, eraser1 said:

No i7-4790k?

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We can certainly provide it if interested! Although! You may be better off with a E3 or E5!

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@Joshua_Mer ArmA servers care about clock speed above all else. There isn't much better than an i7-4790k for ArmA server hosting right now.

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On 8/3/2016 at 11:22 PM, eraser1 said:

@Joshua_Mer ArmA servers care about clock speed above all else. There isn't much better than an i7-4790k for ArmA server hosting right now.

Well, I'm sorry that's not very educated of the Server owners than. i7-4790k's are desktop equipment E3's, similar or even better clock speeds run more efficiently and are the right hard-ware to be running as much as a server requires. 

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Omg @Joshua_Mer please don't post in an arma forum about server hosting if you don't want you are talking about. 

I7-4790k is the fastest single tread cpu out and since arma only care about ghz it the fastes. 

Check this out, the e3-1281v3 is the best Xeon but still not as fast as 4790k

 

https://www.cpubenchmark.net/singleThread.html

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@Joshua_Mer You can argue with me all you like on this topic. While your logic would hold true for 99% of other programs/games, it does NOT apply to ArmA.

I suggest you gain some more experience with ArmA hosting before offering hosting services :)

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the only benefit you get from using Xeons over the 4790k is being able to use ECC RAM, but that benefit doesn't outweigh the higher clock speed of the 4790k

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1 hour ago, second_coming said:

the only benefit you get from using Xeons over the 4790k is being able to use ECC RAM, but that benefit doesn't outweigh the higher clock speed of the 4790k

Tried the Xeons and the performance I got from there compared to my current 4790k was defiantly noticeably!

Sorry but the 4790k is outright a better choice.

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14 hours ago, C][G GhostTown™ said:

Tried the Xeons and the performance I got from there compared to my current 4790k was defiantly noticeably!

Sorry but the 4790k is outright a better choice.

I strongly believe that you were just using the wrong equipment. Desktop environment processors are no where near as good as server grade equipment. We have three clients currently running some form of Arma servers on our services and our clients have been nothing but satisfied. It all depends on what type of Xeon you get. I strongly suggest people try it out, it will definitely increase your performance. 

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