A good hosting provider is the foundation of a reliable server. Finding a balanced compromise between performance and price may be tricky.
We created a comparison table to help you identify the minimum requirements based on the number of players:
|0-50||Intel i7-7700k (4 cores)||4 GB||30 GB||Yes||Optional|
|50-150||AMD Ryzen 5 5600X (6 cores)||8 GB||60 GB||Yes||Yes|
|150+||Intel i9-9900k (8 cores)||12 GB||90 GB||Yes||Yes|
Anti-DDoS it’s a hard requirement
If your hosting provider doesn’t include it you may get attacks and your server won’t be reachable
If you don’t have a lot of players, cheaters won’t join your server, so you can skip this option
Choose a reputable hosting provider
Not all hosting providers are the same.
Even though they may offer you the same characteristics, their servers may suffer from overloading, and hardware wear.
An example is SSD storage. Oversharing the SSD with multiple users, and filling it up to the maximum capacity can permanently damage the SSD, and lower the overall speed. To keep an SSD healthy it’s required to always have some free space, and reduce highly I/O operations.
A reputable hosting provider will perform regular maintenance, replace defective hardware more frequently, and provide you a better SLA
If you’re just starting out, we suggest trying our partner lamehost.com which free hosting for a multitude of games, such as:
- GTA Connected
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