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Australian VPS capable of running 12 players 128 tickrate smoothly

ivanhivanh Member
edited September 2017 in Requests

hello,

Looking for a VPS in Australia capable of running a 12 player slot at 128 tickrate without any hiccups. I've tried Dediserve and OVH and their CPUs haven't handled it well.
It requires quite a beefy CPU from what I can tell.

It will be a private server, so DDOS won't be an issue.

1 CPU

1GB RAM

20+ GB SSD

200GB Bandwidth

Looking to spend between 10-15 AUD.

Note: not looking for game server providers.

Comments

  • Vultr? Dediserve and OVH both oversell resources.

  • maybe @oliver from ransomIT have something

  • OVH resellers

  • ivanhivanh Member
    edited September 2017

    @trvz said:
    Vultr? Dediserve and OVH both oversell resources.

    Vultr's performance is better than OVH and Dediserve from initial testing but still a lil spikey, ty!

    @shell said:
    maybe @oliver from ransomIT have something

    Unfortunately he doesn't have any fast CPU VPS

    @bersy said:
    OVH resellers

    Sent @pbgben a sales ticket but no response, any others?

  • CConnerCConner Member, Provider

    OVH has discovery VPSs up in Australia. Tried them out, they seem to perform really well. Disk is 400 MB/s at all times, also getting full 100 Mbps

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  • @CConner said:
    OVH has discovery VPSs up in Australia. Tried them out, they seem to perform really well. Disk is 400 MB/s at all times, also getting full 100 Mbps

    Yep, unfortunately their CPU isn't enough to power the game server smoothly

  • CConnerCConner Member, Provider

    ivanh said: Yep, unfortunately their CPU isn't enough to power the game server smoothly

    Their discovery offers are powered by E3's @ 3.5 Ghz, so I think they are. They are only 4$ any way, so why not just give them a try?

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  • I have, they only offer the discovery line in Australia.
    Seems as though the CPUs are throttled? Performance isn't what I expect for an E3.

  • Can the game server run multi-core?

  • CConnerCConner Member, Provider

    caracal said: Can the game server run multi-core?

    I believe CS:GO servers are single threaded.

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  • You would require a dedicated CPU to achieve a var: 0.001 and some kernel optimizations

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  • CConner said: Their discovery offers are powered by E3's @ 3.5 Ghz, so I think they are. They are only 4$ any way, so why not just give them a try?

    Because you share a single CPU core with 15 other people, on a machine with 4 cores total.

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