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Server Parts Pricing Report – July 2019

This is the fifth installment of monthly server price reporting for 2019. May was unusually busy, so again this month we’re skipping from April to June. If you’ve been following along, we’ve been tracking changing parts prices for RAM, SSDs, Hard Drives, CPUs, and a couple of GPUs. Typically this is done monthly, and then

Server Pricing Report – June 2019

May was another incredibly busy for all of us here at IOFlood, so this month we’re skipping straight to our June edition of the Server Pricing Report. If you’ve been following along, we’ve been tracking changing parts prices for RAM, SSDs, Hard Drives, CPUs, and a couple of GPUs. Typically this is done monthly, and

Connecting to an IOFlood VPN via PPTP on Archlinux

We love servers, and we love our customers! Our customers are the ones we do this for, so it’s always a great thing for us when we get positive feedback from our customers, we know we’re doing things right. Recently one of our customers reached out to us and shared with us a blog entry

Server Pricing Report – April 2019

Welcome to another monthly server price reporting! March was unusually busy, so this month we’re skipping from February to April. If you’ve been following along, we’ve been tracking changing parts prices for RAM, SSDs, Hard Drives, CPUs, and a couple of GPUs. Typically this is done monthly, and then shared with WHT and on our

IOFLOOD.com – Phoenix, AZ, Dedicated Servers: 2019 Carrier Upgrades and Network Improvements

Update: Edited 6/9/2019 to reflect adding 2x10gbps of GTT IOFLOOD.com is proud to announce that we’ve completed a series of upgrades to our network to maximize performance and reliability for our dedicated server customers. To improve performance and reliability, all top of rack switches have been replaced with upgraded Juniper switches. These new models have 2x10gbps connectivity to redundant aggregation switches. This