Nuclear Fallout Servers To The Rescue.

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Nuclear Fallout Servers To The Rescue.

Post by badbadrobot » Mon Jan 02, 2012 12:57 pm

One month before the release of Battlefield 3 & Modern Warfare 3, we at GSN Gaming realized that because of our recent growth it was time to get away from pay per slot servers and rent a dedicated gaming machine. We only had one requirement: It had to be able to handle multiple Battlefield 3 64-slot servers. After shopping around for different server providers we ended up having to decide between Nuclear Fallout & Hypernia.

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Re: Nuclear Fallout Servers To The Rescue.

Post by rustydusty1717 » Mon Jan 02, 2012 7:20 pm

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Re: Nuclear Fallout Servers To The Rescue.

Post by .=QUACK=.Major.Pain » Tue Jan 03, 2012 3:23 pm

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Re: Nuclear Fallout Servers To The Rescue.

Post by FAST » Wed Jan 04, 2012 7:42 pm

Well well what do you know... We had the exact same issue with that provider with BF3 so you can add us to that list! We switched from E5520, E5620 and even E3 - 1270 and all laggy as crap after 56 players (along with moving TS/server IPs). Apparently these were full machines. I would of made the switch a long time ago to NFO, it was that 2142/BF2 was something we were still into heavily.

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Post by badbadrobot » Thu Jan 05, 2012 8:23 am

FAST wrote:Well well what do you know... We had the exact same issue with that provider with BF3 so you can add us to that list! We switched from E5520, E5620 and even E3 - 1270 and all laggy as crap after 56 players (along with moving TS/server IPs). Apparently these were full machines. I would of made the switch a long time ago to NFO, it was that 2142/BF2 was something we were still into heavily.

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Amen. They were a HUGE waste of our time.
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Post by badbadrobot » Thu Feb 09, 2012 8:16 pm

Really can't say how amazing your support is. TOP NOTCH!
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