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Server Location Processor RAM Hard Drive Bandwidth Price Server Detail
Paris Intel Core i3-530 2.9 GHz 2 cores 4 GB DDR3 2× 1 TB (HDD SATA) 1 Gbps Unmetered Fair Usage $32.17 Configure Server
Milan Intel Core i5-2500 3.3 GHz 4 cores 16 GB DDR3 1× 500 GB (HDD SATA) 100 Mbps Unmetered Fair Usage $40.77 Configure Server
Amsterdam Intel Atom C2350 1.7 GHz 2 cores 4 GB DDR3 1× 500 GB (HDD SATA) 2.5 Gbps Unmetered Fair Usage $42.89 Configure Server
Seattle Intel Xeon L5420 2.5 GHz 4 cores 16 GB DDR2 1× 500 GB (HDD SATA) 1 Gbps Unmetered Fair Usage $43.20 Configure Server
VIA Nano U2250 1.6Ghz 2 GB 1x 160 GB Unlimited $44.10 Configure Server
Montreal Intel Core i3-2130 3.4 GHz 2 cores 8 GB DDR3 1× 2 TB (HDD SATA) 100 Mbps Unmetered Fair Usage $60.75 Configure Server
Phoenix Intel Pentium G6950 2.8 GHz 2 cores 4 GB DDR3 1× 1 TB (HDD SATA) 1 Gbps 15 TB $70.20 Configure Server
Frankfurt Intel Xeon D-1520 2.2 GHz 4 cores 32 GB DDR4 2× 2 TB (HDD SATA) 1 Gbps Unmetered Fair Usage $75.10 Configure Server
Dusseldorf Intel Atom S1260 2 GHz 2 cores 8 GB DDR3 1× 500 GB (HDD SATA) 1 Gbps Unmetered Fair Usage $80.77 Configure Server
Dallas Intel Xeon X3430 2.4 GHz 4 cores 8 GB DDR3 1× 1 TB (HDD SATA) 1 Gbps 100 TB $81.00 Configure Server
Oslo Intel Core i5-2500 3.3 GHz 4 cores 8 GB DDR3 1× 500 GB (HDD SATA) 1 Gbps 50 TB $83.66 Configure Server
Chisinau Intel Pentium G3220 3 GHz 2 cores 4 GB DDR3 1× 1 TB (HDD SATA) 100 Mbps Unmetered Fair Usage $83.66 Configure Server
Valencia Intel Celeron J1900 2 Ghz 4 cores 8 GB DDR3 1× 120 GB (SSD SATA) or 1× 1 TB (HDD SATA) 1 Gbps 65 TB Fair Usage $85.66 Configure Server
Lisbon Intel Celeron N3150 1 GHz 4 cores 4 GB DDR3 1× 240 GB (SSD SATA) 1 Gbps 5 TB $96.53 Configure Server
St. Petersburg Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 3 GHz 2 cores 6 GB DDR3 2× 500 GB (HDD SATA) 1 Gbps 30 TB $105.12 Configure Server
Toronto Intel Xeon E3-1230 v3 3.3 GHz 4 cores 8 GB DDR3 1× 1 TB (HDD SATA) 1 Gbps 2 TB $106.20 Configure Server
Charlotte Intel Atom C2550 2 GHz 4 cores 4 GB DDR3 1× 500 GB (HDD SATA) 1 Gbps 2 TB Fair Usage $106.20 Configure Server
Denver Intel Xeon X3430 2.4 GHz 4 cores 8 GB DDR3 1× 500 GB (HDD SATA) 1 Gbps 20 TB $106.20 Configure Server
Singapore Intel Xeon E3-1245 v5 3.5 GHz 4 cores 32 GB DDR4 2× 2 TB (HDD SATA) 250 Mbps 5 TB $106.20 Configure Server
Buenos Aires Intel Atom D2500 1.8 GHz 2 cores 2 GB DDR3 1× 250 GB (HDD SATA) 10 Mbps Unmetered Fair Usage $117.00 Configure Server
Bogota Intel Atom D2500 1.8 GHz 2 cores 2 GB DDR3 1× 250 GB (HDD SATA) 10 Mbps Unmetered Fair Usage $117.00 Configure Server
Riga Intel Pentium G4560 3.5 GHz 2 cores 8 GB DDR3 1× 500 GB (HDD SATA) 1 Gbps Unmetered Fair Usage $117.99 Configure Server
London Intel Xeon E3-1230 3.2 GHz 4 cores 32 GB DDR3 2× 240 GB (SSD SATA) or 2× 2 TB (HDD SATA) 1 Gbps Unmetered 300 Mbps Guaranteed $117.99 Configure Server
Warsaw Intel Xeon E3-1245 v5 3.5 GHz 4 cores 32 GB DDR4 2× 2 TB (HDD SATA) or 2× 480 GB (SSD SATA) 1 Gbps Unmetered Fair Usage $117.99 Configure Server
Kolkata Intel Dual Core 2.9 GHz 2 cores 2 Threads 4 GB DDR3 500 GB SATA 5 TB $119.99 Configure Server
Zlin Intel Dual Core Atom 1.60GHz 4 GB 1x 1500 GB Unlimited $123.48 Configure Server
Bursa Intel Pentium G3258 3.2 GHz 2 cores 4 GB DDR3 1× 500 GB (HDD SATA) 100 Mbps Unmetered Fair Usage $124.20 Configure Server
Dublin Intel Pentium 4 3 GHz 1 cores 4 GB DDR3 2× 250 GB (HDD SATA) 100 Mbps 1 TB $126.56 Configure Server
Vilnius Intel Celeron G3900T 2.6 GHz 2 cores 16 GB DDR4 1× 1 TB (HDD SATA) 1 Gbps 50 TB Fair Usage $126.56 Configure Server

What is Minecraft?

Minecraft is a sandbox video game where the player explores an algorithmically generated 3D world, survives in it, competes with others and builds whatever desired.

Markus Notch Persson designed Minecraft in Java Programming Language and was initially released as public alpha in 2009. Later Janes Bergensten took over the development and launched the official version in 2011. Over the years, it was published on various platforms namely Windows, OS X, Linux, Android, iOS, Xbox 360, Windows phone, Playstation 3,4 and Vita, Nintendo Switch etc. by Mojang, Microsoft Studios and Sony Computer Entertainment.

Minecraft has no particular goals giving the player immense freedom to choose how to play the game. It is available in both first-person and third-person perspectives. There are many 3-D objects available in the game world called blocks usually representing materials such as dirt, stone, ores, tree trunks, water, and lava etc. The blocks are mainly cubes and fluid which can

be mined and then placed in a 3-D Grid to build various items. The game world can be explored by the player using a map seed which is generated at the time, the game world is created.

The Minecraft world is limited vertically but infinite horizontally. At the beginning of the game, the player is asked to choose one of the five game modes and choose one of the four difficulty levels ranging from peaceful to hard. The difficulty level can be changed anytime you wish throughout the game but the game mode can be changed only through cheats.

The various game modes of Minecraft are: 

  • Survival mode: Here, the player needs to collect resources for survival, get protected from monsters, falls, starvation, suffocation and other difficulties. Players may collect items in their inventories which fall upon dying.
  • Hardcore Mode: This is a modified survival mode where upon death the world gets deleted permanently. In a multiplayer setup, the player who dies is placed in spectator mode.
  • Creative Mode: In this mode, the player gets abundant resources and can simply focus on building and creating projects without any hindrance.
  • Adventure Mode: It is quite similar to survival mode with restrictions enforced by map.
  • Spectator mode: Here the player gets to watch the gameplay without any interaction.

Multiplayer in Minecraft ensures the interaction of various players in a given world through the direct game to game multiplayer, LAN play, local split-screen and servers either player hosted or dedicated servers.

What is a dedicated game server?

A dedicated server is a central computer in a network of connected devices which is responsible for the task of serving various needs of the network. In other words, one single computer is responsible for establishing communication between all the computers connected to it.

A dedicated gaming server is like a typical dedicated server which is used solely for hosting game servers.

A dedicated game server may be either rented by a private hosting service provider or may be maintained through the cloud or a managed service provider.

Rising demands of dedicated game servers

The multiplayer online gaming industry is growing rapidly. Over the years, multiplayer online games have become a source of entertainment loved by people of all ages. The growing virtual social bonds within the gaming world make them even more desirable.

You can play a multiplayer game as a game client by either connecting to the main publisher directly or by entering a peer to peer hosting. Both of these methods have limitations. The former may not allow you to play a well-customised game while the latter makes you totally dependent on the player who acts as a host.

So, the best way you can enjoy a multiplayer game is to have your own dedicated server. A dedicated game server ensures top-notch gaming performance no matter how many players are connected to your server. Owning your dedicated server allows you to have full control over the administration, you can configure the server and customise your game using advanced settings. 

There is smooth handling of high traffic demands and round the clock availability and support. As an entire device is set aside for that particular game, there are zero lags in the game and minimum latency. 

The game progress is saved and there is no data loss. Dedicated game servers also provide high-level security against game hacks, viruses and malware.

With the growing devotion of gamers towards multiplayer online games and the great benefits of using dedicated game servers for the purpose of enhanced gaming experience, more and more players are compelled towards dedicated gaming servers and thus their demands are soaring high.

Demands of Minecraft dedicated server

Minecraft is one of the best selling video games of all time. It is loved by players of all ages because of its unique gameplay.

It is available in both single-player and multiplayer modes. Minecraft dedicated server facilitates the Minecraft Multiplayer gaming mode. It enhances the performance of the game to a very high level. You can completely take control of your Minecraft dedicated server by configuring it according to your needs You can fully customise your Minecraft World and invite your friends to your server to have great virtual social bonding. Using a Minecraft dedicated server gives your old device a new push and avoids the overheating and latency issues.

With all these amazing benefits of Minecraft dedicated servers and the high-level popularity of Minecraft where many serious gamers are involved, Minecraft dedicated servers are soaring high in demand in the world today.

System Requirements for Minecraft Dedicated server

 After reading about all the amazing benefits of Minecraft dedicated servers, you must be super excited to have your own Minecraft dedicated server.

The system requirements vary according to the number of players joining the server.

The minimum requirements in case of windows vista 7/8/10 for a server of 3-5 players is Intel Core-Based CPUs or AMD K8-Based CPUs and better, 3 GB RAM, 18 GB Hard disc space and a bandwidth of 8 Mbit/s.

Whereas if you want a server connecting more than 8 players the recommended criteria for windows vista 7/8/10 include Intel Nehalem-Based CPUs or AMD K10-Based CPUs at 3.6GHz or higher, 8 GB RAM, an empty hard disc space of 35 GB with. Bandwidth speed of 30 Mbit/s.

You have a device running on Unix (Linux, BSD, Mac OSX), for 3-5 player server the recommendations are Intel Core-Based CPUs or AMD K8-Based CPUs IBM 970 2.0 GHz and better, 5 GB RAM and 16 GB hard disc space must be available. The bandwidth speed must be 8 Mbit/s.

If you want to run a server of more than 7 players on your server on your Unix device you need Intel Core-Based CPUs or AMD K8-Based CPUs at 3.6GHz or higher IBM 970 2.0 GHz and better, 6 GB RAM, 35 GB empty hard disc space and a bandwidth of 30 Mbit/s.

How to set up Minecraft dedicated Server on your device

Now that you have checked the system requirements for setting up Minecraft dedicated server to your device. Let's see how to set it up on your device.

A Minecraft dedicated server software may be downloaded from the official Mojang site at no cost.

Following this method will require adequate technical knowledge, minimum device capabilities, and a lot of time from your side.

To install Minecraft dedicated server on your device first, make sure that the latest Java version is already there in your device. Once ensures of this, you can go to the Minecraft download page and download the server software. Now you can configure the server by executing command line.

Having a free Minecraft dedicated server may have some limitations concerning the game performance, your device capabilities and may result in ample consumption of your time and resources.

To avoid all these limitations, you may even rent a Minecraft dedicated server from a private hosting service. Our company Hosting Ultraso is one of the best alternatives available for this. We provide high-class security with enhanced performance. Our knowledge and competence save you a lot of time. All our servers are connected with high-speed undersea cable network ensuring minimal lags in the game. 

Conclusively, Minecraft is one of the most popular multiplayer video games in the world. A Minecraft dedicated server enhances this experience and provides you with great satisfaction. With all the amazing benefits of Minecraft dedicated servers, it won't be a bad decision to get one yourself!

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