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Intel Xeon E3-1230 v5
4 Cores x 3.4 GHz
Intel Xeon E3-1270 v3
4 Cores x 3.5 GHz
Intel Xeon E5-2620 v4
2x 8 Cores x 2.1 GHz
Unless manually selected at the customization page, User-Responsible is selected by default.
Ask our team how to change or reset passwords, create backups, etc.
If the server fails, our Tech Support will bring the server back online.
Refers to OS reinstallation, software version changes, etc.
To avoid future failure, our Tech Support will investigate the root cause of the server failing.
With Basic and Complete management, cPanel is required. Please note cPanel can only be installed on CentOS and CloudLinux.
$10.00 flat rate per each restore
1 hr – $20.00 flat rate
More than 1 hr – $10.00/hr
1 hr – $15.00 flat rate
1 hr – FREE
2 hrs – $15.00 flat rate
More than 2 hrs – $10.00/hr
Proactive response when issues are detected
Only applies to multi-drives
Best for Security
50 GB weekly backup
Powerful and well-equipped, Clearance Servers are previously-used generation servers provided at a discounted (ahem, cheaper!) price.
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All our Dedicated Servers are hosted in our datacenter. This is an ideal environment for housing a multitude of servers as well as power, network, climate, and security systems.
We are proud to operate on a separate Cisco/Brocade-powered network, connected to Level3, Highwinds, HE, Cogent, and Integra. Private peering allows for stable connectivity as well as the ability to quickly troubleshoot in case of any malfunctioning.
Our state-of-the-art Dell and Supermicro rackmount-based servers are designed for continual high performance in a datacenter environment. They feature incredibly powerful Intel processors, hot swap drive bays, enterprise-edition hard drives, and ECC RAM.
We’re pleased to offer you a wide range of management options that will suit all your server needs. Choose from User-Responsible (where you manage everything on your own), Basic (where Namecheap manages nearly everything), or Complete (where Namecheap manages it all). If you require root access, please choose from our User-Responsible or Basic options.
All of our web hosting services are backed by Namecheap’s Hosting Guarantee.
Please be aware that the sales of Dedicated Servers are only refundable within 7 days of first-time purchases (not including add-ons and licenses). All other sales of Dedicated Servers are final and non-refundable.
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Why should I choose a Dedicated Server?
Offering optimal security and maximum bandwidth, a Dedicated Server comes with all the resources—including root access—from one physical server. It’s ideal for those who are more tech-savvy (e.g. managing and configuring servers) and for businesses that are resource-intensive, handling a considerable amount of daily traffic.
What is the main difference between Dedicated and Clearance Servers?
Think of Dedicated Servers as an umbrella, referring to those physical servers that are provided by a client company (i.e. Namecheap), which are then rented to one business for their exclusive use, configured and operated remotely. Clearance Servers are previously-used Dedicated Servers at a cheaper price.
What types of Server Management does Namecheap provide?
Depending on your needs, Namecheap offers 3 types of Server Management: User-Responsible, Basic, and Complete. User-Responsible requires that the user takes full responsibility for server management. Basic is where core services are monitored by Namecheap with a proactive response if unexpected server failure occurs. Complete is where Namecheap runs and manages all server, software, and component services. Keep in mind Basic and Complete Managements are only available to those who have operating systems CloudLinux or CentOS and cPanel installed.
What is RAID Technology?
Known as a "Redundant Array of Independent Disks," this method combines several hard disk drives into one unit, combating data redundancy and improving performance. Featuring fault tolerance (what enables a system to continue operating even if it fails) and a higher capacity/volume, data gets distributed in “RAID levels,” which is dependent on the specific level of required redundancy and performance. Learn more about RAID Technology.
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