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Looking for a 6/8GB Euro VPS for max 80$ to 100$ (yearly)

Looking for a 6/8GB Euro VPS for max 80$ to 100$ (yearly)

Greetings everyone.

I'm currently looking for a VPS that offers similar specs like this offer:

https://lowendbox.com/blog/sparkvps-openvz-ssd-vps-kvm-ssd-vps-and-windows-ssd-vps-in-dallas-tx-from-2-50-mo/

  • 4 CPU Cores
  • 6144 MB RAM
  • 6144 MB vSwap
  • 100GB SSD Storage
  • 6TB Bandwidth
  • 1Gbps

In particular, the 6GB OpenVZ. Want to spend a max of 80 to 100$ on a yearly basis, or monthly 6.66$ to 8.3$. I would get the above offer in a heartbeat. But it's Dellas located which is too far away from me. I live in the Netherlands myself.

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  • teamaccteamacc Moderator

    @ishaq might be able to do a thing

    Yo mama so fat each of her butt-cheeks has its own /8.

  • Hetzner

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  • Forgot to mention. Unmanaged. Don't need a managed one. Want full access to it.

  • ofitofit Member

    netcup

  • lemonlemon Member

    @ofit said: netcup

    they've got nothing which fits his needs.

    There are lots of Linux users who don't care how the kernel works, but only want to use it. That is a tribute to how good Linux is.

  • manlivomanlivo Member
    edited August 8

    Try VPSDime

    • 4 vCPU
    • 6GB RAM
    • 30GB SSD
    • 2TB Traffic Limit
    • 10Gbit Connection (Dallas, Seatle), 1Gbit connect with UK location
    • 1 IPv4
    • Price: $7/month
    • Order Link
  • nullnotherenullnothere Member
    edited August 7

    If you're Ok with Germany and KVM (I don't see why not), take a look at Netcup - they have many offers/options that should fit the bill for you esp. if you're OK with an annual/many-months contract. Edit : saw the netcup recommendations above but I still think they are a great option. My refresh was delayed.

  • ofitofit Member
    edited August 7

    @lemon said:

    @ofit said: netcup

    they've got nothing which fits his needs.

    You are not right

    4 vCores, KVM-Technologie

    8 GB RAM

    80 GB SSD (RAID10)

    1 GBit/s Netzwerkkarte

    40 TB Traffic ungedrosselt

    Snapshots (Copy-On-Write) Konsole zur Fernwartung DVD-Laufwerk Importmöglichkeit für eigene Images

    offer for 7,49€

  • FalzoFalzo Member
    edited August 7

    @ofit said:

    @lemon said:

    @ofit said: netcup

    they've got nothing which fits his needs.

    You are not right

    4 vCores, KVM-Technologie

    8 GB RAM

    80 GB SSD (RAID10)

    1 GBit/s Netzwerkkarte

    40 TB Traffic ungedrosselt

    Snapshots (Copy-On-Write) Konsole zur Fernwartung DVD-Laufwerk Importmöglichkeit für eigene Images

    offer for 7,49€

    you forgot an order link ;-P

    https://www.netcup-offers.eu/bestellen/produkt.php?produkt=2210

    PS: price may differ for NL because of VAT getting adjusted

    UltraVPS.eu KVM in US/UK/NL/DE: 15% off first 6 month and cheap 750G / 2TB storage offers
    Netcup KVM: 2GB 40TB BW - 16,14€ 6m or 2 dedCore 6GB 320GB - 78,88€ 12m /w 5€ off: 36nc15279180197 | 36nc15292244387

  • ChristianDSHChristianDSH Member, Provider

    Maybe the KVM special edition might be interesting for you:

    3 vCores
    5,5GB RAM
    35GB SSD
    3TB FairUse Bandwidth
    

    Link: https://deinserverhost.de/cart.php?gid=41

    6,55€ monthly.

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  • WebProjectWebProject Member, Provider

    @ChristianDSH said: Maybe the KVM special edition might be interesting for you:

    > 3 vCores
    > 5,5GB RAM
    > 35GB SSD
    > 3TB FairUse Bandwidth
    > 

    Link: https://deinserverhost.de/cart.php?gid=41

    6,55€ monthly.

    How can be fair use bandwidth if it’s already limited to 3TB? In this case you just need to put not guaranteed 3TB bandwidth to avoid any issues of misleading.

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  • ChristianDSHChristianDSH Member, Provider

    WebProject said: How can be fair use bandwidth if it’s already limited to 3TB? In this case you just need to put not guaranteed 3TB bandwidth to avoid any issues of misleading.

    To prevent people from hosting some filesharing sites on servers which are using a lot of bandwidth. Since generally after that limit it's still possible to extend the bandwidth, as long as it's used for non bandwidth heavy purposes like i said above.

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  • YuraYura Member

    "It's kinda 3TB, but not really" ToS

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  • ChristianDSHChristianDSH Member, Provider

    @Yura said: "It's kinda 3TB, but not really" ToS

    See my last post ;)

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  • IshaqIshaq Member, Provider

    We can do a 6GB KVM but with less storage and SAS based for $100/yr. Let me know if you're interested.

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  • lemonlemon Member

    @ofit said:

    @lemon said:

    @ofit said: netcup

    they've got nothing which fits his needs.

    You are not right

    didn't see the special offer, but still, 80GB SSD is 20% less than he's asking for.

    There are lots of Linux users who don't care how the kernel works, but only want to use it. That is a tribute to how good Linux is.

  • FalzoFalzo Member

    @lemon said:

    didn't see the special offer, but still, 80GB SSD is 20% less than he's asking for.

    that's why it's called

    Skyrider said: similar specs

    UltraVPS.eu KVM in US/UK/NL/DE: 15% off first 6 month and cheap 750G / 2TB storage offers
    Netcup KVM: 2GB 40TB BW - 16,14€ 6m or 2 dedCore 6GB 320GB - 78,88€ 12m /w 5€ off: 36nc15279180197 | 36nc15292244387

  • GameTownProjectsGameTownProjects Member, Provider

    I can offer the following for 80€ per year. Located in Germany:

    Cpu: 4 vCores RAM: 8 GB SSD: 40 GB Connection: 1 GBit/s Traffic: at least 2 TB before we throttle

    DDoS Protected by Voxility LookingGlass: https://lg.fra1.haendler.it

    If you like to order contact me please

  • I would recommend to try Contabo as they still offer some of the best bang for buck when it comes to high RAM/storage VPS machines - the performance of their SSD line is actually very good for the price:

    https://contabo.com/?show=vps

  • Hi, I can suggest you https://sonicfast.io/, we provide Corero SmartFirewall DDoS protection up to 600Gbps and premium gigabit connection.

  • ma2tma2t Member

    @SonicFast said: Hi, I can suggest you https://sonicfast.io/, we provide Corero SmartFirewall DDoS protection up to 600Gbps and premium gigabit connection.

    I would like to know more about your summer host but I got a 404: https://sonicfast.io/about-us

    Same about your ToS: https://sonicfast.io/legal

    Domain name: sonicfast.io Creation Date: 2018-05-16T16:10:18.00Z

  • WebProjectWebProject Member, Provider
    edited August 8

    @SonicFast said: Hi, I can suggest you https://sonicfast.io/, we provide Corero SmartFirewall DDoS protection up to 600Gbps and premium gigabit connection.

    He is spammer, as first he suggest and next he can provide service! No provider tag.

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  • ma2tma2t Member

    Like @deank is used to say: The end is nigh

  • HostDocHostDoc Member, Provider

    @WebProject said:

    @SonicFast said: Hi, I can suggest you https://sonicfast.io/, we provide Corero SmartFirewall DDoS protection up to 600Gbps and premium gigabit connection.

    He is spammer, as first he suggest and next he can provide service! No provider tag.

    Not doubting the spam part as I have seen his copy and pasted offers in just about every request thread BUT, I am sure there is nothing in the rules that prevents a member posting an offer IF that offer resides within a request thread.
    So, simply on that basis, he can make these spam offers without a provider tag.

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  • williewillie Member, Moderator

    HostDoc said: So, simply on that basis, he can make these spam offers without a provider tag.

    As a general matter, this is allowed, but when done excessively it is spammy. We got a number of flags about that person's posts and I've asked them to make better ones. I guess we'll see how it goes.

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  • YuraYura Member

    It will go down the drain like a summer rain.

    Thanked by 3HostDoc ma2t v3ng
  • SkyriderSkyrider Member
    edited August 11

    I actually went out and use the netcup suggestion to try out the special offer:

    https://www.netcup.eu/bestellen/produkt.php?produkt=2208

    Here's the benchmark:

    While RAM is much much higher (from 4 to 24GB), Disk Read is 3x slower, and single core benchmark is 2x lower over my older server which is quite a shame. Anyone can beat the above order with the same price (or lower? :P)

  • @Skyrider said: I actually went out and use the netcup suggestion to try out the special offer:

    https://www.netcup.eu/bestellen/produkt.php?produkt=2208

    Here's the benchmark:

    While RAM is much much higher (from 4 to 24GB), Disk Read is 3x slower, and single core benchmark is 2x lower over my older server which is quite a shame. Anyone can beat the above order with the same price (or lower? :P)

    Just curious, can you say more about your older server? (Which provider and offer.)

    By the way, given that your older server appears to perform so well, why do you want to change?

    "[T]he number of UNIX installations has grown to 16, with more expected." (K. Thompson & D. M. Ritchie, UNIX Programmer's Manual, 3ed, 1973)

  • This was the old system specs(ish):

    • 4096MB Guaranteed RAM
    • 85GB Disk Space (Ultra High Performance RAID-10 SSD)
    • 1 Dedicated IP
    • Gigabit Port (1000Mbit)
    • 5000GB Bandwidth
    • 4 CPU Cores
    • TUN/TAP Available

    Beastnode's servers are performing quite well, but RAM is usually as issue. I randomly/often run gaming servers which tends up to take 2GB of ram easily. Seeing I also already use up a few GB's for my web stuff, you can see where I'm going at.

    Not to mention, I have 80TB of bandwidth at netcup, rather than 5TB at beastnode. As I said, beastnode has been awesome. Just I need more RAM and creating gaming servers such as minecraft should not be against the T.O.S :p.

  • @Skyrider said: This was the old system specs(ish):

    • 4096MB Guaranteed RAM
    • 85GB Disk Space (Ultra High Performance RAID-10 SSD)
    • 1 Dedicated IP
    • Gigabit Port (1000Mbit)
    • 5000GB Bandwidth
    • 4 CPU Cores
    • TUN/TAP Available

    Beastnode's servers are performing quite well, but RAM is usually as issue. I randomly/often run gaming servers which tends up to take 2GB of ram easily. Seeing I also already use up a few GB's for my web stuff, you can see where I'm going at.

    Not to mention, I have 80TB of bandwidth at netcup, rather than 5TB at beastnode. As I said, beastnode has been awesome. Just I need more RAM and creating gaming servers such as minecraft should not be against the T.O.S :p.

    The performance difference between your Beastnode server and the netcup server does seem striking, but you must be paying around $40/month for the Beastnode server (no?), whereas the netcup server is much cheaper than that. In addition, Beastnode must be optimizing their servers for games such as Minecraft, whereas netcup's servers are generic all-purpose.

    In other words, I'm inclined to think that if you test another provider in the same price category as the netcup server, you'll still see a big performance difference from the Beastnode server, so it's not just about netcup.

    "[T]he number of UNIX installations has grown to 16, with more expected." (K. Thompson & D. M. Ritchie, UNIX Programmer's Manual, 3ed, 1973)

  • SkyriderSkyrider Member
    edited August 11

    I'm actually paying 6 dollars a month for the BeastNode server. Was an offer last year. Though Minecraft was an example.

  • @Skyrider said: I'm actually paying 6 dollars a month for the BeastNode server. Was an offer last year. Though Minecraft was an example.

    I was looking at the plan VPS-4096 at https://www.beastnode.com/cloudvps/ , whose specs appear to match those of your server. If you're paying only $6/month, then that's a great deal for what you get.

    "[T]he number of UNIX installations has grown to 16, with more expected." (K. Thompson & D. M. Ritchie, UNIX Programmer's Manual, 3ed, 1973)

  • SkyriderSkyrider Member
    edited August 11

    I could always keep BeastNode and get a second one. I've been looking at:

    https://contabo.com/?show=vps

    As well. Though not fond of 100mbit.

  • @Skyrider said: I could always keep BeastNode and get a second one. I've been looking at:

    https://contabo.com/?show=vps

    As well. Though not fond of 100mbit.

    You might also take a look at Spartan Host, who offer Minecraft servers:

    https://spartanhost.org/minecraft

    I have an ordinary VPS with them ( https://spartanhost.org/vps ) and have had a good experience, though I use it as a Nextcloud server (so the application is very different from a game server).

    (But, frankly, I don't think that you can beat what you pay for the Beastnode server.)

    "[T]he number of UNIX installations has grown to 16, with more expected." (K. Thompson & D. M. Ritchie, UNIX Programmer's Manual, 3ed, 1973)

  • SkyriderSkyrider Member
    edited August 12

    @angstrom said:

    @Skyrider said: I could always keep BeastNode and get a second one. I've been looking at:

    https://contabo.com/?show=vps

    As well. Though not fond of 100mbit.

    You might also take a look at Spartan Host, who offer Minecraft servers:

    https://spartanhost.org/minecraft

    I have an ordinary VPS with them ( https://spartanhost.org/vps ) and have had a good experience, though I use it as a Nextcloud server (so the application is very different from a game server).

    (But, frankly, I don't think that you can beat what you pay for the Beastnode server.)

    Thanks, but the thing is that I randomly host gaming servers depending on my friends. Could be minecraft, minetest, Terraria, Starbound, and other games that have the ability to host dedicated servers. Which is why I referred minecraft as an example :)

    And yea. Beastnode is a great provider! RAM is quite expensive though if I wanted to up that with them. Will cost me an extra 16$ a month for 2GB extra.

  • @Skyrider said: Thanks, but the thing is that I randomly host gaming servers depending on my friends. Could be minecraft, minetest, Terraria, Starbound, and other games that have the ability to host dedicated servers. Which is why I referred minecraft as an example :)

    Okay, I see. :-)

    Skyrider said: And yea. Beastnode is a great provider! RAM is quite expensive though if I wanted to up that with them. Will cost me an extra 16$ a month for 2GB extra.

    Ouch, that would indeed hurt.

    "[T]he number of UNIX installations has grown to 16, with more expected." (K. Thompson & D. M. Ritchie, UNIX Programmer's Manual, 3ed, 1973)

  • Though I'll think I'll up my max to 14 euro's a month (16 dollars a month) if anyone can beat the netcup offer. (Similarly, anyway). I prefer paying in dollars :p.

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