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Unless you plan to have a very long-running server, you could probably just as well pay for hosting by someone else.


Minecraft servers are single-threaded, so you'd want to choose something with a CPU with good single-core performance. Here's a page with some such results. Also, for a server, especially one on a $400 budget, you're probably better off skipping Windows in favour of Linux and putting the money into more hardware.

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I've had good experiences with Akliz, but I hear it's a bit pricey for what you get. Amazon's AWS has a free tier, but I doubt it's all that great as a server host.


To be honest, you should do your own research here - I have almost no experience with Minecraft server hosting.

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