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Now available at webtropia.com - The Ryzen Pro Server with the new AMD Ryzen Pro 7 CPU technology

We are very pleased that we can now offer you a new dedicated server with an AMD processor. You can now order our new Ryzen Pro Server with the new AMD Ryzen PRO 1700X CPU. You are looking for a server that offers reliability, performance and security, then you can go to the brand new one Ryzen Pro Server that offers you a whole new dimension of performance and security at the same time.

You can rent the new dedicated server with the AMD Ryzen Pro 7 1700x CPU with a performance of 8 x 3,7 GHz - 16 vCores with 32 GB DDR4 RAM or up to 64 GB DDR4 RAM. As a standard configuration you get either 2 x 120 GB SSD or 2 x 1 TB HDD. With the top model of the new AMD Ryzen Pro CPU, the 1700x, we have used a very powerful CPU with 8 physical cores and excellent benchmark results as the basis for your new dedicated server.

The server can also be expanded to up to 3 x 960 GB SSD or 2 x 4 TB HDD + 1 additional SSD. With a 1.000 MBit flat rate, the servers are directly connected to the 340 GBit backbone of the myLoc managed IT AG connected. You can find more about the Ryzen Pro Server here.

Loyal Intel fans can do ours too Kaby Lake Server Rent with Intel's i7-7700k CPU 4 x 4,2 with 8 vCores and as a standard configuration with 32 GB with either 2 x 120 GB SSD or 2 x 1 TB HDD. For a small surcharge, you can equip and rent these 2 x 256 GB or 2 x 512 GB NVMe SSDs. 2-port RAID controller is offered as an additional hardware option. This server is also connected to the backbone of the myLoc connected and offers even faster server performance thanks to the NVMe SSDs.

We are of course happy to answer any questions you may have.

We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Your team from webtropia.com

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2 Comments

  • Reply Thomas 28. December 2017 at 22: 18

    Hallo,

    will the i7-8700k be available soon? and can a dedicated server be upgraded?

    • Reply Other 21. February 2018 at 11: 42

      Hello Thomas,

      Unfortunately, no i7-8700k server is currently planned, but it can change quickly. Upgrades to higher servers are always possible.

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