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ReGi
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Old 06-05-2020 , 09:12   Dedicated Server HDD vs SSD
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Hi Guys, i am about to rent dedicated server rise-1 from ovh (https://www.ovh.pl/serwery_dedykowane/rise/rise-1/)

And i don't know if HDD is going to be enough for hosting arount 5 CS:GO servers.
And if it's a big diffrence between SSD and HDD in case of hosting CS:GO game servers.

I am looking forward for some advices from you, thanks for help
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Old 06-05-2020 , 10:21   Re: Dedicated Server HDD vs SSD
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Hi Guys, i am about to rent dedicated server rise-1 from ovh (https://www.ovh.pl/serwery_dedykowane/rise/rise-1/)

And i don't know if HDD is going to be enough for hosting arount 5 CS:GO servers.
And if it's a big diffrence between SSD and HDD in case of hosting CS:GO game servers.

I am looking forward for some advices from you, thanks for help
It's just speed. Boot speed will be faster, and read/write will be faster. HDD have a slower response time, so if you intend on running 5 cs:go servers that you expect to be populated, either or is fine, just load time will be slower on a HDD compared to an SSD.
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Old 06-05-2020 , 15:02   Re: Dedicated Server HDD vs SSD
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DruGzOG is right, SSD's have a much faster load time compared to HDD's. But, if I had to choose between two processors (one better than the other), I'd choose the better one regardless what kind of drive that system would have.
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