Which server should I pick ( for 2000 concurrent visitors )

superdev666

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I am currently going to switch my $250+ server to a half price server but not sure how to choose as I am not good at these specs stuffs, but just basic information, I am running a big video site, peak time could go up to 2000+ concurrent visitors, running on nginx + a custom script. Videos is hosted on other servers, some of mine small servers so I don't get any load from it. At peak time 2000+ users concurrent, load average is only 0.50 / 0.70 / 0.70 to maximum 2.0 / 1.8 / 2.0+ . Was using this cpu :

Basic configuration
CPU: Intel 2x Xeon E5-2630v3 - 16c/32t - 2.4GHz /3.2GHz
RAM: 128GB DDR4 ECC 1866 MHz
Disks: SoftRAID 2x2TB
Delivered in: 120s
From:
€199.99
ex. VAT/month

I bought a ssd inside adding up to 250+

So I saw these but some of it offers like nvme but it says game server lol.

Basic configuration
CPU: Intel Xeon E5-1650v3 - 6c/12t - 3.5GHz /3.8GHz
RAM: 128GB DDR4 ECC 2133 MHz
Disks: SoftRAID 2x2TB
Delivered in: 120s
From:
€139.99
ex. VAT/month

Basic configuration
CPU: Intel i7-7700K - 4c/8t - 4.2GHz /4.5GHz
RAM: 64GB DDR4 2400 MHz
Disks: SoftRAID 2x450GB NVMe
Delivered in: 120s
From:
€149.99
ex. VAT/month

Basic configuration
CPU: Intel Xeon E5-1650v3 - 6c/12t - 3.5GHz /3.8GHz
RAM: 64GB DDR4 ECC 2133 MHz
Disks: SoftRAID 2x4TB
Delivered in: 120s
From:
€149.99
ex. VAT/month

Basic configuration
CPU: Intel i7-7700K - 4c/8t - 4.2GHz /4.5GHz
RAM: 64GB DDR4 2400 MHz
Disks: SoftRAID 2x450GB NVMe
Delivered in: 120s
From:
€159.99
ex. VAT/month

Which one suits my site visitors ? As in it will load really fast together with nginx. Load is below 2+. But I need like 1tb storage only. It says 2x450gb that means 800gb round off after installing the os ? Or ? Can anyone advice on this ? Basically Two.

1) which of the above would suit me ?

2) 2x450gb nvme how many storage space ?
 

SenseiSteve

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Interesting as 2) lists NVMe, but that's not quoted earlier (unless I missed something). Be careful with NVMe as some are still running in SATA mode. You need to ask if they're directly connected to PCI express.
 
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