Configuring and managing your server

How are assembled your Minecraft Servers ?

Minecraft Server AssembledPresentation

We design and assemble our server hardware. It allows us to be free in our hardware selection and not be limited by a foreign provider.
We don't simply resell dedicated server hardware like many other hosting companies (from so you start, ovh, hetzner).
We have made considerable investments to provide you with the best low-latency, up-to-date configuration.
We like to do everything on our own. Similarly, we are developing our own Minecraft hosting control page and are not using multicraft, as 80% of hosting companies do.
We like to be free in our choices and not depend on others.
We don't simply invest and ask other people to do our main work.
So we wanted to share with you our back-office server integration. We like to be fully transparent on our services because, before all, we are gamers like you and also geeks ;)

We worked for months to design, test, order, and assemble all the servers. We hope you will enjoy your servers as much as we enjoyed creating them.

Server componentsServer Hardware components selection

We selected the AMD Ryzen 3900X processor because, after over a decade of INTEL leadership in CPUs, AMD came back from nowhere with a beast of a 7nm architecture. It was unexpected. They made a technological leap that we haven't seen since INTEL and their Core2Duo. The performances are insane. We went from a 9000 CPU benchmark score with our old E3-1245V2 to a 49000+ with the Ryzens 9. It's just a new line in the possibilities of server hardware.

We invested massively in them to let you fully benefit from this power on your servers.
Since the Minecraft 1.13 release, the server's CPU requirement has increased over time.
I'm sure that you noticed in the past some lag error messages. They appeared more often on our previous hardware based on Intel E3-1245V2, so it was time to do a massive upgrade.

servers mothersboards during assemblage process

We order each component in Europe and North America and then assemble them. We designed our heatsink cooling system to optimize the server's performance.
At high frequency, Ryzen 3900X / Ryzen 7900 5.4Ghz has 12 cores and 24 threads. They can heat up quickly, so it's essential to have a powerful cooling system to prevent the design from the throttle.

Reliability and uptime are a priority for us. Having server downtime during a game session would not be acceptable.
Trust us; when you pay for a service, you can fully use what you are paying for. We understand that because we are customers like you, we choose our hardware with great care and security.

As you can see, we only use industrial-grade products, such as Supermicro for the chassis, with a 92% power consumption power supply, and also Samsung DDR4 2666 / Corsair Vengeance DDR5 5200Mhz, and HP NVMe EX950 1TB / Seagate Firecuda 530 4TB on Raid 1 to prevent disk failure.
We also have spare parts and technicians ready to help and replace them if something goes wrong.

Of course, all those servers are monitored 24/24, and we are alerted of any errors.
All servers are assembled by hand. We take special care of the CPU cooling part by using a specific thermal paste to lower the CPU temperature under a maximal 85 degree Celsius.

The chassis is equipped with dual 13.000RPM fans, pushing almost 50CFM.

Server charge

It's great to have a robust server architecture, but it's also important not to overload the servers with overselling. It's why all the servers are kept under a 40% charge every day.
It always allows us to keep enough power left in case of intensive usage and to avoid lags.

We made this presentation to be fully transparent with you, hope you enjoy the quality of our services.

The Team.