[TailorMadeServers] First Sale Post - i9-9900K Sale -Clearance $30 Servers Too!


Looks like you guys wanted more of the i9 9900K deal, and some super low-price server deals as well, so here’s what I came up with.

All HostBalls sale configs can be found here.

More i9 9900K Servers
This is quantity limited to 10 servers only (First come, first serve). I couldn’t quite do the $50/mo. deal from before, but I have bumped the RAM to 16GB at this price. These systems are brand new.

CPU: Core i9 9900K
Mem: 16GB DDR4 RAM
BW: 10 TBs
From: $60/mo.
Customize & Order

CPU: Xeon E3-1270v3 or Core i7 3770
Mem: 16GB DDR3 RAM (ECC with the Xeon only)
BW: 5 TBs
From: $30/mo.
Customize & Order
Upgrade to 2 x 256GB SSDs for only $10/mo.

CPU: Core i7 4790
Mem: 16GB DDR3 RAM
BW: 5 TBs
From: $35/mo.
Customize & Order
Upgrade to 2 x 1TB SSDs for only $20/mo.

Questions? Looking for other CPUs? Dual E5? Xeon E-2288Gs? Bulk orders? Hit me up and let’s chat!



well… that escalated quickly. :smiley:

very nice offers!! good to see someone in US offering interesting stuff - dual disk, customizable. :+1:t2:

though, I don’t buy anything on 100 Mbps anymore and the 15 bucks for the gbps upgrade are a deal breaker :man_shrugging:t2:
but no worries, as said in the other thread I don’t have a use case anyway and am pretty sure they will sell out quite good.

TL;DR; perfect entry offer here, kudos!


Biggest question of them all.


Excellent deals! I’ve had lots of fun playing with my i9 box that I picked up earlier this week :slight_smile:

Here’s some speedtests from around the world from TMS Dallas. Keep in mind this is on a 1G link.

Node Name                       IPv4 address            Download Speed
CacheFly                       87.5MB/s
Vultr, Tokyo, JP                16.7MB/s
DO, Bangalore, IN                3.29MB/s
Softlayer, Chennai, IN            3.72MB/s
Vultr, Singapore, SG             10.6MB/s
DO, Singapore, SG               1.70MB/s
Linode, Singapore, SG             4.46MB/s
Softlayer, Singapore, SG           6.37MB/s
Leaseweb, Singapore, SG          694KB/s
Softlayer, HongKong, CN          8.39MB/s
Leaseweb, HongKong, CN            6.90MB/s
Vultr, Sydney, AUS              11.7MB/s
Softlayer, Sydney, AUS             3.81MB/s
Softlayer, Melbourne, AUS            7.87MB/s
Tele2, Gothenberg, SE            7.49MB/s
Tele2, Kista, SE                 15.7MB/s
Softlayer, Milan, IT            7.19MB/s
Prometeus, Milan, IT              10.4MB/s
Tele2, Riga, LV                  7.58MB/s
Tele2, Vilnius, LT               7.67MB/s
Server.LU, Luxembourg, LU            20.2MB/s
Tele2, Frankfurt, DE             8.08MB/s
Vultr, Frankfurt, DE            19.8MB/s
Linode, Frankfurt, DE            4.66MB/s
Softlayer, Frankfurt, DE            9.48MB/s
Leaseweb, Frankfurt, DE            9.27MB/s
DO, Frankfurt, DE               5.20MB/s
Vultr, Paris, FR                20.3MB/s
OVH, Gravelines, FR               2.84MB/s
OVH, Strasbourg, FR               1.57MB/s
OVH, Roubaix, FR                4.93MB/s
Online.Net, Paris, FR             6.77MB/s
Tele2, Amsterdam, NL             17.2MB/s
Vultr, Amsterdam, NL            21.7MB/s
DO 2, Amsterdam, NL            19.4MB/s
DO 3, Amsterdam, NL              6.44MB/s
Leaseweb, Amsterdam, NL             5.85MB/s
i3d, Amsterdam, NL              9.64MB/s
Vultr, London, UK               21.6MB/s
DO, London, UK                   7.10MB/s
Linode, London, UK               6.17MB/s
Softlayer, London, UK              10.9MB/s
Softlayer, Mexico, MX             19.3MB/s
Softlayer, Brazil, BR           5.61MB/s
DO 1, NYC, USA                 18.7MB/s
DO 2, NYC, USA                  11.5MB/s
DO 3, NYC, USA                  19.0MB/s
Vultr, New Jersey, USA          53.2MB/s
Linode, Newark, USA              8.29MB/s
Vultr, Illinois, USA             77.8MB/s
Vultr, Atlanta, USA             79.8MB/s
Linode, Atlanta, USA             18.0MB/s
Vultr, Miami, USA              65.2MB/s
Vultr, Washington, USA          36.4MB/s
Softlayer, Seattle, USA          26.7MB/s
Leaseweb, Washington, USA           15.7MB/s
Vultr, Dallas, USA              110MB/s
Linode, Dallas, USA              102MB/s
Softlayer, Dallas, USA           98.8MB/s
Leaseweb, Dallas, USA             15.6MB/s
Vultr, Los Angeles, USA          60.1MB/s
DO, San Francisco, USA           16.5MB/s
DO, San Francisco, USA          53.1MB/s
Linode, Fremont, USA               7.75MB/s
Leaseweb, San Francisco, USA          13.6MB/s
DO, Toronto, CA                  13.6MB/s
OVH, Beauharnois, CA             7.67MB/s
EastLink, Canada, CA              12.3MB/s
Softlayer, Montreal, CA          22.7MB/s

Thanks for the feedback. I included it in the i9 but at $30/mo, we can’t really afford gigabit spikes. We use InterNAP which ain’t cheap. :confused:

Definitely supported. We can do a /64 for free.

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You suck, and I mean that in the best way. My wallet is giving you a dirty stare right now, I can assure you.


Our server you just ordered:


My wallet is coming for you soon as i get home.

IP’s could be cheaper, but nonetheless i’ll order.

Don’t see any mention of it, but is there any possibility to get a ISO mounted? I.e to install proxmox?

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We can Rufus one into a Thumbdrive, but we can also install Proxmox for you. Which version?

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Just ordered, I’ll stick with centos :slight_smile:

My god I remember when their salesdroids came to try to sell us peering. Granted, that was like 20 years ago, but I’d probably continue to stare at their forehead until they went away.

If not for the 5TB thing, I’d really be tempted to get an older E3 to replace my L5420, but it’s so damn cheap!

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I wonder if the 5TB thing is a text mistake, as for the server i ordered shows 10TB.

Unfortunately there was a glitch in the order system. 5TB is correct. You lucked out and will get the 10, since that’s what the server was provisioned as, and what the order form was confirming.


Boom I guess I have 10 too. Not that it matters, I’ll be lucky to use 250GB.


Wanna donate me some of your bandwich? :stuck_out_tongue: I’ve used 2 or 3TB since Monday lol

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Take it from him; he’ll just squander it anyhow.


How dare you WhaleSmotheringSon

Next Q as the bandwidth has been mentioned already, do you suspend or just pass on the bill when the monthly limit is reached?

If the usage is excessive, we usually open a ticket with the customer warning them about the expected overage charges. Otherwise, we just add it to the bill at the end of the month.

The helpdesk has MRTG graphics which also provide you with an extrapolated estimate of your total monthly usage based on current usage.