Also you are here to be told about your specs, they are up for open discussion. I have nothing else to say about the specs and will take your word for it now, but anyone reading the thread interested in buying benefits from knowing that it runs fine, now.
Be sure to check your ISP’s acceptable use policy. Most don’t allow you do host any type of server, especially for profit. Generally, they don’t care/notice if it’s just for a short period of time (few hours), but if you are running a server 24/7 off your connection, don’t be surprised if you are contacted by them saying you violated their AUP/TOS.
I decided to go ahead and look into it for you. Here’s a few excerpts:
From the “Technical Restrictions” section:
From the “Network and usage restrictions” section:
Sorry bro, but running a game hosting business off your home connection ain’t such a good idea. I recommend buying a dedicated server or building your own and getting it co-located at a datacenter (which can be quite costly).
Aside from that, your connection would restrict you to being able to host one medium-large server or a couple small servers. Your pc would have no problem handling that but reliability is key. No power or network redundancy is kind of an issue as well. I foresee some downtime.
Also, your IP is (most likely) dynamic. This means that your ISP automatically assigns you an IP address, and it can/will change from time to time. If your clients don’t mind having a new ip every so often, more power to them. I certainly wouldn’t want that though. Getting a steady flow of server traffic can be quite difficult, and getting assigned a new IP pretty much brings you back to where you started (with little to no traffic).
Sorry to shit on your thread, but I’m here to help you.