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High CPU VPS

Hi there, I am looking for a VPS that allows longtime high CPU usage. 1-4 Cores CPU, 512M or more RAM 5GB or more disk lower than 5 usd/mo

Thanks.

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  • ZweiTigerZweiTiger Member, Provider
    edited April 16

    @rcaricky said: Hi there, I am looking for a VPS that allows longtime high CPU usage. 1-4 Cores CPU, 512M or more RAM 5GB or more disk lower than 5 usd/mo

    Thanks.

    maybe? https://www.netcup.de/bestellen/produkt.php?produkt=1555

    or

    https://www.hetzner.de/cloud

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  • williewillie Member, Moderator

    rcaricky said: longtime high CPU usage. 1-4 Cores CPU lower than 5 usd/mo

    Lol you and a lot of other miners. Pay the money and get a dedi.

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  • @willie said:

    rcaricky said: longtime high CPU usage. 1-4 Cores CPU lower than 5 usd/mo

    Lol you and a lot of other miners. Pay the money and get a dedi.

    Not really mining though.

  • @ZweiTiger said:

    @rcaricky said: Hi there, I am looking for a VPS that allows longtime high CPU usage. 1-4 Cores CPU, 512M or more RAM 5GB or more disk lower than 5 usd/mo

    Thanks.

    maybe? https://www.netcup.de/bestellen/produkt.php?produkt=1555

    or

    https://www.hetzner.de/cloud

    Thanks

  • WebProjectWebProject Member, Provider

    @ZweiTiger said:

    @rcaricky said: Hi there, I am looking for a VPS that allows longtime high CPU usage. 1-4 Cores CPU, 512M or more RAM 5GB or more disk lower than 5 usd/m.o

    Thanks.

    maybe? https://www.netcup.de/bestellen/produkt.php?produkt=1555

    or

    https://www.hetzner.de/cloud

    The OP want more core and CPU usage for less netcup more than $5 for 2 cores only

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  • angstromangstrom Member
    edited April 16

    @WebProject said:

    @ZweiTiger said:

    @rcaricky said: Hi there, I am looking for a VPS that allows longtime high CPU usage. 1-4 Cores CPU, 512M or more RAM 5GB or more disk lower than 5 usd/m.o

    Thanks.

    maybe? https://www.netcup.de/bestellen/produkt.php?produkt=1555

    or

    https://www.hetzner.de/cloud

    The OP want more core and CPU usage for less netcup more than $5 for 2 cores only

    In any case, netcup doesn't allow mining-like activities, so it wouldn't be a good choice for the OP.

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  • NeoonNeoon Member

    You are coming to late to the party, when we had dedicated machines for around 10EUR a month that made about 10EUR profit from mining.

    If you ask for offers, the will be mostly more expensive as if I you wait for good deals.

  • tranzmediatranzmedia Member, Provider

    @rcaricky said: Hi there, I am looking for a VPS that allows longtime high CPU usage. 1-4 Cores CPU, 512M or more RAM 5GB or more disk lower than 5 usd/mo

    Thanks.

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  • williewillie Member, Moderator

    tranzmedia said: https://www.tranzmedia.com/vps-openvz-hosting

    Are you srsly offering unlimited CPU on these plans? You might have missed what the OP was asking for.

    OP, you are better off with a dedi if you want to run a long term high CPU load. Hetzner/DO/BuyVM are great if you ave a shorter term CPU requirement but you'll eventually get throttled. DO and OVH have high-cpu VPS plans but they're more expensive than just getting dedi hardware to begin with.

  • wishosting doesn't terminate you for high cpu, their hypervisor will simply throttle back until you have enough cpu credits to burst at full clockspeed.

    Should be fine for your 'non-mining' use case.

  • williewillie Member, Moderator

    vimalware said: throttle back... Should be fine for your 'non-mining' use case.

    No. CPU-intensive applications have existed for as long as computers, long before the invention of mining. OP apparently wants to run one of those if we take their word for it. That means throttling would defeat the idea.

    I run applications like that myself sometimes, using dedicated servers. That's the best way to do it, I think. I've run a few on the Hetzner cloud (up to a few hours of 100% CPU) and didn't get throttled, but I think doing that for days or months would eventually lead to throttling.

    OVH CPU-intensive public cloud instances don't throttle (they have dedicated resources) but they are much more expensive than using dedis. The best approach seems to be cheap dedis so that's what I've been doing.

  • FalzoFalzo Member

    vimalware said: wishosting doesn't terminate

    be careful. you might want to rephrase ;-)

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  • vimalwarevimalware Member
    edited April 18

    @Falzo said:

    vimalware said: wishosting doesn't terminate

    be careful. you might want to rephrase ;-)

    Just my gut, but I think the founder is smart enough to put in place new checklists/processes.
    I can forgive a mistake, but not the inability to learn from them.

    Human error is inevitable. At a certain point in growth, you have to add process (much as startups hate that word)

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  • ashkulzashkulz Member

    @vimalware said: Just my gut, but I think the founder is smart enough to put in place new checklists/processes.
    I can forgive a mistake, but not the inability to learn from them.

    Human error is inevitable. At a certain point in growth, you have to add process (much as startups hate that word)

    Yep, the thread where services were terminated just showed that (for those who didn't catch the reference). Reading further down, it simply seems better to make it self-service with abundant warnings/confirmation -- then it can never be the provider's fault. As a customer, I'd like having more options via self-service as well.

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