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  1. In this thread I'll be reporting my progress in building servers used for goldfarming. The goal of this thread is to keep a log for myself and others, in this thread you can feel free to post what system you are running yourself and let us know how many clients it is capable of running. It would also be helpful to mention the price you paid for your system, you don't have to own a server or desktop that was specifically built for botting to participate and share your experiences, if you are looking for advice regarding upgrades to improve your botting experience you should also feel free to do so. A helpful tool to analyze your systems components is Speccy, you can find it by either simply typing "Speccy" into google or following the link I'll provide here: https://www.piriform.com/speccy (Note: you don't need the pro version.) In this thread there will also be free VPS environments available from time to time, so check in from time to time and when you see that space is available, send me a PM and I'll reserve a spot for you. Moving on, these servers are built specifically for botting OSRS, meaning the focus around these servers is mainly the processor. Servers are kept at the workplace during a period of testing and are later migrated to data-centers inside Amsterdam, where they remain until they either are replaced or get sold. Now that we have introductions sorted, lets move on to the current operational servers. SuperMicro 1U X58 Single Socket Server ($165,-) Motherboard: SuperMicro X8STi-F Case: SuperMicro SuperChassis 811TQ-280B Processor: Intel Core i7-950 (Total Cores: 8) ($45,-) Memory: 6x2Gb 1333Mhz Hynix ECC ($20,-) Storage: 2x500Gb Samsung Sata HDD (RAID 1) Status: Environments Available (HP ProLiant DL380 G7 Dual Socket Server Motherboard: OEM* Case: OEM* Processor: 2x Xeon X5670 (Total Cores: 24) Memory: 18x2Gb 1333Mhz Samsung ECC Storage: 4x146Gb HP SAS (RAID 0) Status: Under Construction Dell PowerEdge C6100 Octa Socket Server (4 Nodes) Motherboard: OEM* Case: OEM* Processor: 8x Xeon X5670 (Total Cores: 96) Memory: Upwards of 128Gb Storage: Upwards of 4TB Status: Planned Remarks: OEM* implies its model is specific to the original manufacturer, it is a non-modular component. Home Server/Personal System (Total €865,-) Motherboard: MSi X79A-GD45 Case: Sharkoon M25-V Processor: E5-2695 v2 (Engineering Sample) Memory: 32Gb, Crucial Ballistix Sport 1600Mhz (8x4Gb) Storage: 1TB, 2x Samsung Evo 850 500GB SSD (RAID 0)
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