[SOLVED] Build advice for a dedicated server

adir98

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Hey, I'm looking for prebuilt hardware to act as a dedicated server which ultimately will run a Digital Combat Simulator (DCS) server.

There won't be any GUI, so it doesn't need a GPU, just a strong CPU and RAM.
The budget is $400 bucks. DCS is not supporting multi threading.

Also need a motherboard capable of a 1gbit internet connection.

If I've missed any necessary information, let me know.

Thanks!
 

kanewolf

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Hey, I'm looking for prebuilt hardware to act as a dedicated server which ultimately will run a Digital Combat Simulator (DCS) server.

There won't be any GUI, so it doesn't need a GPU, just a strong CPU and RAM.
The budget is $400 bucks. DCS is not supporting multi threading.

Also need a motherboard capable of a 1gbit internet connection.

If I've missed any necessary information, let me know.

Thanks!
I would look at Dell refurb.
 

adir98

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Approximate Purchase Date: January / February

Budget Range: Below $400

System Usage from Most to Least Important:
The machine will be used solely to host dedicated servers. Ultimately a Digital Combat Simulator (DCS) server.

Are you buying a monitor: No

Do you need to buy OS:
No

Preferred Website(s) for Parts: Newegg.com, Amazon.com

Location: Melbourne, FL

Parts Preferences: NONE

Overclocking: NO

SLI or Crossfire: No

Your Monitor Resolution: 1920x1080

Additional Comments: It's essential that the network adapter on the motherboard is capable of handling a 1gbit internet connection.

Thanks!
 

kanewolf

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Hey, I'm looking for prebuilt hardware to act as a dedicated server which ultimately will run a Digital Combat Simulator (DCS) server.

There won't be any GUI, so it doesn't need a GPU, just a strong CPU and RAM.
The budget is $400 bucks. DCS is not supporting multi threading.

Also need a motherboard capable of a 1gbit internet connection.

If I've missed any necessary information, let me know.

Thanks!
I would look at Dell refurb.
 

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