How to Buy a Minecraft 1.16.1 Server with Apex Minecraft Hosting

This video shows you exactly how to buy a Minecraft server with Apex Minecraft Hosting in 1.16.1 No matter what kind of Minecraft 1.16.1 serve you are looking to purchase, Apex Minecraft Hosting will allow you do it. When buying a Minecraft server with Apex, you don’t have to worry about lag, server-uptime, or the server’s hardware. Apex takes care of it all for you!

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About this video: If you want to know how to purchase a Minecraft server in 1.16.1, this is the video for you! We show you exactly how to buy a Minecraft server from Apex Minecraft Hosting. We go over everything including actually purchasing a server, and show you how to join that Minecraft server after you have a set it up with Apex Minecraft Hosting. Thus, without any more delay, here is how to buy a Minecraft server using Apex Minecraft Hosting.

The first step is of course going to Apex’s website. You can do this using the link in the description above. That is an affiliate link, and if you get yours server through that link, it helps us at no additional cost to you. Once you are on Apex Minecraft Hosting’s website, click the green ‘Get Started’ button. This will then take you to a page where you can select how much RAM you want your server to have.

The amount of RAM you need for a Minecraft server depends on the type of server you want to run. If you want to run a vanilla Minecraft 1.16.1 server, 3GB should be enough. If you run Paper 1.16.1, you may be able to do just 2GB of RAM. However, if you want to run a modded 1.16.1 server or a server with a bunch of plugins and players, 4GB to even 10GB of RAM could be more in-line with what you are wanting to do. It really all just depends on your server and what you want to do with it. However, if you start with a Paper server that has 2GB of RAM, Apex Minecraft Hosting makes it very easy to add more RAM later.

After you have clicked ‘order now’ on the amount of RAM you want for your server, you will need to enter in a Minecraft username and select the server location that is closest to where you live. Then, click continue, enter in your billing/payment info, and you are done! You how now purchased a Minecraft server on 1.16.1. To get your server’s IP address, check your email. After 10 minutes max, you will see an email in your inbox with an IP address. Copy that IP address including everything after the ‘:’. Past this into Minecraft as your server’s IP, and you will join right on in!

Now, you can also login to your server’s CPanel which you can find the login info and the link to in that email. There you will be able to change everything about your server, get things setup, and even request RAM upgrades, server location transfers, and more. This is also were you can login to FTP, add plugins and mods, etc.

Congratulations! You now know how to buy a server with Apex Minecraft Hosting. If you have any questions about purchasing a server with Apex Minecraft Hosting, please reach out to them using the chat in the bottom right of their website. If we did help you get a server with Apex, be sure to give this video a thumbs up and subscribe to the channel if you haven’t already. It really helps us out, and it means a ton to me. Thank you very, very much in advance!

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49 thoughts on “How to Buy a Minecraft 1.16.1 Server with Apex Minecraft Hosting

  1. Does this work for 1.16.5/is their and updated version? Also, if i dont want to use a modpack, can i put forge as the thing and put a few mods in myself? (if so how o-o, and does everyone who goes in the server need to have the mods downloaded?)

  2. Guys no need to buy a minecraft server. Buy a raspberry pi 4. Get the 4GB or the 8GB model. Not much electricity used. I would not recommend handing off your server to a hosting brand. They can do whatever they want with it.

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