Warning icon

New location coming soon: Madrid, Spain

Bare Metal Servers

Choosing The Best Bare Metal Server For ?

The Most Popular Specs

Instant Server Setup In 15 Mins

Trial price:5$/day
Supermicro Blade
Xeon D-1531
c6/t12 2.2-2.7GHz
16Gb DDR4 2133MHz
300Mbit/s Unmetered
Trial price:6$/day
Supermicro Blade
Xeon 1xE5-2650Lv4
c14/t28 1.7-2.5GHz
64Gb DDR4 2400MHz
2x960GB SSD
300Mbit/s Unmetered
Trial price:7$/day
Supermicro Blade
Xeon 1xE5-2695v4
c18/t36 2.1-3.3GHz
128Gb DDR4 2400MHz
2x1.92TB SSD
300Mbit/s Unmetered
world icon
20 Locations
real time icon
full-specs icon
calendar icon
1-10 Days
Low-Cost Trial
provider icon
Delivery In
5-15 Mins 24/7
bolt icon
No Fees
On Setup
What is Bare Metal Server?

A bare metal server, also known as a dedicated server, is a physical computer that is exclusively designed for a single tenant or user. This model ensures that you won’t have to sacrifice performance the way you would with shared hosting. Unlike virtual servers, or VPS, which share hardware resources among multiple users, bare metal servers offer isolated access to the client. 

This isolation ensures that users have exclusive control over the server’s resources, including all the hardware elements. As a result, bare metal servers provide a higher level of performance, security, and reliability compared to virtualized environments like VPS.

Key Characteristics:

  • Server Hardware: Bare metal servers use dedicated hardware, including CPU, RAM, storage and networking components providing users with full control and privacy over server resources without the virtualization headache.
  • Single Tenant Model: Each bare metal server is assigned to a single tenant, ensuring exclusive control, smoothed by a control panel and high bandwidth for optimal performance and efficiency.
Benefits of Bare Metal Server Hosting

Every digital device or service has its advantages and disadvantages, and by weighing all of them carefully a user can decide which suits their needs the best. Let’s take a look at what bare metal server hosting can offer. 

The first and the main advantage, is a full control over the configuration and settings of your server. Dedicated hosting gives users access to the physical infrastructure of the server, including the CPU, RAM, storage drives, switches, and physical chassis. 

A bare metal, at its core, represents a physical server without virtualization layers, freeing the computer from extra levels of work.  Obviously, these will result in a better performance and faster response times. This direct control allows users to customize and optimize the server’s configuration, performance, and security to meet their specific goals. 

One of the key advantages of bare metal servers is their ability to avoid the “noisy neighbor” problem commonly faced in shared hosting. In a virtual hosting, where multiple users share the same server, meaning its hardware, power and memory, some shortage in performance is pretty common. Of course, in a dedicated hosting there is no room for this phenomenon, simply because there is only a single tenant per server. 

Additionally, bare metal servers can also contribute to your overall page loading time which is a factor in Google site ranking. By having a better site ranking, you have an improved chance of people finding your website in more searches which further improves the revenue and can more than justify the cost of a more expensive server.

Price VS Quality

Bare Metal Servers offer a great deal of advantages over virtual servers, especially for those seeking a fully managed, high-performance hosting solution. While affordability is not necessarily one of them—at least not at first glance—bare metal servers justify their higher fees with significantly higher reliability and faster processing.

Consider this: while a bare metal server may cost you more in terms of fees and physical maintenance, it could be saving you from losing customers. Many online shoppers cite slow cart loading times as a primary reason for cart abandonment, so you could easily be losing savings in the form of lost revenue. When trying to make your site user-friendly and profitable, few things contribute as much as site speed.

Who Should Choose Bare Metal Server Hosting?

Bare metal servers are an ideal choice for a wide range of environments, particularly those with workloads that are affected by latency and require maximum performance in processing. Typical site types, features, and environments that should use bare metal hosting solutions include gaming and game design, large databases that store relational material, and sites with rendering.

Choosing GTHost For Your Bare Metal Server In The USA, Canada, Europe

GTHost’s dedicated team of technicians, customer service representatives, and experts are here to help you get the right servers to meet your environment’s needs. Our knowledgeable representatives will assess your needs and provide recommendations on cheap bare metal server hosting and other services that may assist you in reaching your hosting goals.

For more information on our affordable bare metal server rental or any of our hosting services, please contact GTHost HERE!

Look at our 1GBps Bare Metal Servers