Premium, high-performance game server, powered by leading technology.
Free world-class DDoS protection, full mod support and more!
Our network is protected from attacks up to 40 Gbps provided by our Corero hardware. Keeping your Dead Matter dedicated server fully defended.
Dead Matter servers are all hosted on the latest hardware. Including Intel and AMD CPUs and the latest NVME SSDs.
Your Dead Matter server rental can be located in USA, UK, Germany, Finland, Singapore and Australia.
Your payment details never touch our servers, that is dealt with by our FCA compliant providers Stripe and PayPal.
The majority of our servers use i9 9900k / AMD 5600x processors, the best on the market for game server hosting.
Thought standard SSDs were fast? Wait until you try our enterprise NVME SSDs with up to 6x faster speeds.
Your game server will have plenty of server-grade DDR 4RAM available, with at least 64GB of DDR4 RAM fitted into our nodes.
All our servers have a dedicated 1 Gbps connection, along with multiple premium network providers and redundancy in-case things go wrong.
Where possible, we try and work closely with the developers to provide stable and up-to-date Dead Matter servers. We also integrate Steam Workshop into our control panel (if supported by the game).
With LOW.MS as your Dead Matter server hosting provider, you can play with your friends and fellow community members from around the world. We handle the technical stuff for you and provide an array of tools to help you manage, backup and install mods on your server.
If you haven't already, why not start up your own gaming community and make use of our free web hosting? Check your welcome email on how to do this.
With instant setup, your Dead Matter server will be ready to play on within seconds of paying. Don't forget to check out our optional extras:
Receive an IP on default game ports, useful if you want to use a domain name.
Upgrade to an NVME SSD for up to 6x faster drive performance.
Have a question? Check out our Contact Us page for ways to get in touch.
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