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Topic # 57097 2-Feb-2010 21:26
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Anyone know of any NZ dedicated gaming server hosts. Gamers.net.nz and gamevault closed down. And the only one i know is Affinity.net.nz which is ripoff $50 for a css 12slot 66 tick server :(

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  Reply # 295606 3-Feb-2010 03:00
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gamerhub runs off ICONZ. see what their prices are.




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  Reply # 295607 3-Feb-2010 03:16
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queenstown3: Anyone know of any NZ dedicated gaming server hosts. Gamers.net.nz and gamevault closed down. And the only one i know is Affinity.net.nz which is ripoff $50 for a css 12slot 66 tick server :(


The reason there are so few GSP's around now is because of the price they set.

$50 for a server is a good price, i wouldnt call it a rip off.

The only reason people saw better prices was with Gamers.net.nz who were sponsored by orcon (i think it was orcon anyway).

International bandwidth costs far too much at the moment. Prices have to reflect this.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 295662 3-Feb-2010 11:27
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i cant find anywhere saying that gamerhub rents servers on their website.

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  Reply # 295754 3-Feb-2010 15:34
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queenstown3: i cant find anywhere saying that gamerhub rents servers on their website.


Gamer Hub is a non profit community not a game server provider.

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  Reply # 295765 3-Feb-2010 16:14

If you own the game server software, you could purchase hosting from SiteHost. Very well known and reputable.

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  Reply # 295771 3-Feb-2010 16:50
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I could be wrong but i don't think hes looking to rent/co-locate a dedicated server, hes just looking to rent a game server.

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  Reply # 295772 3-Feb-2010 16:51

Hence why I asked if he owned the game server software :P.

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  Reply # 295774 3-Feb-2010 17:12
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It's not NZ based but they will assign you one in Australia. Excellent service and sharp prices. They are also hosting BF2-BC2 BETA servers and ping to Aus Servers are 45ms.

http://www.hypernia.com.../




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  Reply # 445496 4-Mar-2011 13:32
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Check Ultimate Gamers:
http://ultimategamers.co.nz/

Its a new startup gaming community. They have brand new servers currently being imported from the US that are going into the Orcon Data Center next week (I'm setting them up for them). If you talk to them they'll probably be able to give you a better deal than advertised on their website.





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  Reply # 477092 2-Jun-2011 14:15
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Hi all, If you are looking for game servers within New Zealand please have a look at Gameanz.com, we are focused on bringing dedicated game servers to the kiwi community.

I do not mean to spam or advertise but I would like to let you know we exist and that we compete with better prices for kiwi gamers.

Thanks,
Tj
Gameanz.com CEO

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Reply # 478000 5-Jun-2011 14:58

would like to know what forum software is used either here at geekzone or in the nz forums

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  Reply # 478002 5-Jun-2011 15:03
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Mayhem: would like to know what forum software is used either here at geekzone or in the nz forums


I think here uses a custom software

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  Reply # 478038 5-Jun-2011 17:33
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boby55:
Mayhem: would like to know what forum software is used either here at geekzone or in the nz forums


I think here uses a custom software


Correct.




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  Reply # 478819 8-Jun-2011 01:43
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Check out the guys at streamline servers (http://streamline.net.nz/)

It seems a lot of game server providers have gone down in recent months.

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