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Recommended specs to run a trading bot

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SmerboTheFleeb

I'm going to make my own trading bot and ideally run it on a raspberry pi or something similar, is there a recommended amount of RAM to run one?

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Cool Fez

depends on the software you are using if its just a tf2 automatic it will run on 1gb rofl

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Zret3ck

From my current experience with trading bots,  They don't take too many resources (mine is relatively simple currently).

 

If you have a rasberry pi 4 it will be more than enough to host a complex bot

 

^This assumes that you build the bot yourself with efficient code^

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srg-n

depends on the software you are using, tf2-automatic deriatives use around 300mb of ram while my own made  trading bot happily works around 120mb (not an ad, its not for sale).

 

you should be fine with a 512mb ram machine (assuming that you will use linux)

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srg-n
20 hours ago, Zret3ck said:

From my current experience with trading bots,  They don't take too many resources (mine is relatively simple currently).

 

If you have a rasberry pi 4 it will be more than enough to host a complex bot

 

^This assumes that you build the bot yourself with efficient code^

pi 4 is overkill for a project like this, i've been running my bot on pi zero w

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SmerboTheFleeb

I've rented out the Trinity supercomputer for the next couple of weeks, hopefully that will be okay.

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