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About Remarkablee

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  1. Add my Skype. Nudgerrr
  2. What this sounds like to me is that a "fair share" is in place regarding CPU. Which is a complete load of bollocks when purchasing from a node already filled with botting clients. This sounds awfully familiar. topkek GG
  3. But the point is, even buying multiple works out much cheaper than what you / any other reseller is currently offering. Assuming I've got your web address correct, KVM is already screaming a big fat "NO".
  4. Okay. Let me ask you another question. I can purchase 4GB of RAM, and 4 cores @3.9Ghz for $5.50 per VPS. How would I benefit more by purchasing hosting where I know the nodes are going to be jam packed with botters (seeing as it's designed for that)?. As opposed to a cheaper host, where it is unlikely the servers would be overrun.
  5. @IT Solutions Nearly every single host I've browsed has offered E3, and E5 CPU's and at much lower rates (might I add). So please do tell me what different "specs and variations" you offer. Just to clarify, said hosts aren't "designed / built for gaming".
  6. I've been botting 5 accounts on the same VPS for two weeks or so, 0 banz. LG OP.
  7. You can also build a bot farm up slowly by stockpiling gold, and adding more accounts as you go along. Granted this does take longer, but it's zero loss.
  8. Quite fair suggestions. Same with obstacles for the player appearing practically right next to them upon teleporting into the abyss. Even if the obstacle is on screen it'll minimap click to it.
  9. PM'd
  10. I understand the simplicity, however it literally takes around 30 minutes (or less) to configure a VPS/Dedicated Server for botting. With a substantial difference in price / hardware. I'm in the process of setting up a gold farm myself. But will not tolerate / accept the prices current resellers are offering. They don't even specify the processor (probably with good reason). Just state the amount of cores. If there was a good guide available, would you personally sacrifice 30 minutes of your time to set up a dedi / VPS to increase profits. Or not? Although, this is mostly aimed at the average botter. Not a business man.
  11. Understandable that people "cbf" to set them up themselves, seeing as I'd expect they'd have no prior knowledge with Linux, and does take a little time to adjust to. However, the host doesn't really matter when it comes down to it. I started VPS botting in 2009, and wrote one of the first / maybe the first ever VPS guide for RS botting with "Coron" on RSBots.net. (if that's the correct address, can't really remember. Long time ago.) Fact of the matter is, the host can be "one of the best". Myself and Coron started with BURSTNet which now seems to be "https://www.hostwinds.com/". Because we released our provider, they eventually updated their T&C to counteract botting. Because the stress on the servers wasn't manageable. How would your host differentiate from this?
  12. I tried ovh a week or so ago, it's an absolutely awful service. I wouldn't waste your time. I'd have tickets open for 5 or more hours, by then the problem would have solved itself. For example, reinstalling an OS took 3 hours. Also took them an entire week to refund me.
  13. Slightly confused as to why people purchase "bot ready" VPS' for extortionate prices. The nodes themselves are going to be extremely stressed, due to the service specifically being sold for Runescape botting (seeing as that's all that is gonna be running on them). Ideally you should be looking for providers that don't provide this service, and those that you have to setup manually. (The lazy option isn't the best in this case). I witnessed myself yesterday, a member of the forum bought a "4GB ram, 4 core" VPS and could barely run 2 bots. I did also get him a refund from the seller (won't mention names) and helped him set up one that wasn't designed for RS botting. If you do purchase RS ready VPS', could you please provide your reason why? Call me intrigued. If you would like me to write guides to setting up a VPS, please request which OS you would like it for. (Too lazy to see if there are already guides).
  14. I actually respect that you aren't sour, because the situation does suck. But it's one of those things. It'd have gotten right on my tit.