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  1. If anyone has anything they would like to add, let me know!
  2. I currently own the following components: 2x X5650 Xeon CPU's, EVGA Sr-2 Motherboard, 12x2gb DDR3 ECC RAM, 1000Watt 80+ Gold rated PSU. I have the means of storage ready, when i get round to it i will try booting the system and see how many clients I can run.
  3. I'll be offering the same connection IP yeah, but I can easily resell proxies to my customers is they need them, or I can work on an affiliate basis with a proxy seller. Also, I'll be providing support for the environments so I'll be helping people who are confused by the interfacing or unfamiliar with networking.
  4. those processors are significantly more expensive and don't have 1366 socket support meaning I'd need a different board.
  5. it is an old CPU and I'll be buying two of that at second hand price, as for the capability of the CPU I think you'll be pleasantly surprised. I will be running the system at my home network and will be port forwarding on my own IP to provide connection info to the customers. there are no Xeon E5 series for 1366 boards, the whole point of the system is building a cheap but stable system for gold farming. the EVGA SR-2 board is a widely known heavy duty board capable of extreme overclocking, I would consider getting a couple of unlocked Xeons but that would create an increased risk of instability. Heres a comparison of the Dual x5650 combination https://cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=Intel+Xeon+X5650+%40+2.67GHz&id=1304&cpuCount= Compared to the i7 4790k (widely regarded as a better CPU then even the i7 6700k) https://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=Intel+Core+i7-4790K+%40+4.00GH I'd like to add that the i7 4790k has been confirmed to be able to run up to 22 clients simultaneously. On top of that I also own a i7 4790k, I'll be posting my own benchmarks for comparison soon. I have lined up the EVGA Classified SR-2 board and am happily excited to start playing around with it.
  6. Specsheet: Motherboard: EVGA Classified Super Record 2 (210,- EUR) Processors: Intel Xeon X5650 (Two for 90,- EUR) (6 Physical cores per CPU, 12 Threads. 24 Threads total. Base Clock = 2,66Ghz) Memory: 12x2gb (+1x2gb spare) Hynix ECC DDR3 1333mhz. (All for 40,- EUR) CPU Coolers: Scythe Mugen 4 PCGH + Noctua NHU12 (Together for 50,- EUR) Power Supply: Corsair RM1000 (65,- EUR) Storage: [Yet to come] Case: [Yet to come, HPTX Form Factor is difficult to get.] Total Spent: 455,- EUR.
  7. On tribot it seems as soon as you open a new tab you can't view the active IP anymore or what its named in your proxy editor/list. It would be nice to have a way to view the active IP and know wether its working or not. Also, upon starting the client, next to your login credentials on the bottom right you have the ability to select one of your configured proxies, what for? if there isnt a game instance being run why would you want to launch tribot on a proxy? I'm a little confused on how this works, i understand that setting a proxy to a loaded client reroutes all the network traffic ingame but don't see why the tribot client itself has the option to load a proxy upon startup. So i guess this post turned into more then just a suggestion, it includes a question too. still seems appropriate for this board though.