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Tim is right to a point, however, I diverge from his experience with DNS hosting a bit. You cannot generalize that DNS hosts perform better than registrars. You have to take this on a case-by-case basis. Any registrar has to have a minimum mandated infrastructure that is highly robust. So any registrar should perform extremely well. These mandates do not ...


This is quite common practice, so no there's no issue with this whatsoever. Typically dedicated DNS providers provide better performance than the DNS service domain registrars bundle with their service, so if it's performance in particular you're worried about, you'll probably find things faster using separate providers. Edit: based on closetnoc's comments ...

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