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We heard you have a thing for AMD.... Maybe we have a 3950X inside? Also now accepting CRYPTO!

DelongDelong Member, Provider
edited December 2019 in Offers


What's this?
We got someting for you all!
Someone, somewhere, some how acquired some AMD Ryzen 3950X's.
So if you're looking for AMD goodness, with fast ECC RAM and solid NVMe disks you're at the right spot!

What's the catch?
I don't want the alphabet soup busting down my door on Christmas or New Years, so nothing illegal and don't be a jerk.

Here's the deal!
Limited quantities available.

INTRO-Ryzen-S-VPS
1 CPU Core
1 GB Ram
10 GB NVMe Disk
1 TB Bandwidth
1 IPv4
Starting at $4.99/m

INTRO-Ryzen-M-VPS
2 CPU Core
2 GB Ram
25 GB NVMe Disk
2 TB Bandwidth
1 IPv4
Starting at $7.00/m

See the full line up here!

Location: Ogden, UT
Looking Glass: http://ut.test.bandithost.com
Test files: 100M 1G

Feel free to PM with any questions or a ticket here

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  • Thanked by 2Jord Delong

    Purveyor of high quality potassium

  • JordJord Moderator, Provider

    Woooo weeee that is some BANGING DEALZ. I hope you are going to join us in the BANGING CHRISTMAS DEALZ THREAD TOO.........

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  • Remember the value of LET is purely based on its traffic.

  • Any Xmas yearly deals ?

    Thanked by 1Delong

    quam bene vivas refert non quam diu

  • Arguably most powerful VPS currently available has landed. Waiting for the Geekbench scores.

    Thanked by 1Delong

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  • DelongDelong Member, Provider

    @Jord said:
    Woooo weeee that is some BANGING DEALZ. I hope you are going to join us in the BANGING CHRISTMAS DEALZ THREAD TOO.........

    Well I missed BF and CM, maybe I won’t miss this holiday for everyone haha

    @Deepak_leb said:
    Any Xmas yearly deals ?

    Shoot me a PM with what you had in mind! :smile:

    @poisson said:
    Arguably most powerful VPS currently available has landed. Waiting for the Geekbench scores.

    Hmmm do I want to put out scores or do I let whoever snags one of these do it first lol

    Thanked by 1Deepak_leb
  • @Delong said:
    Hmmm do I want to put out scores or do I let whoever snags one of these do it first lol

    I have a suggestion. From among those who post Geekbench scores of your Ryzen-M-VPS (mainly because we need to see multi-core score as well) within 48 hours, pick 1/2/3 of them (you decide) to receive an additional core!

    Thanked by 1Delong

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  • DelongDelong Member, Provider

    @poisson said:

    @Delong said:
    Hmmm do I want to put out scores or do I let whoever snags one of these do it first lol

    I have a suggestion. From among those who post Geekbench scores of your Ryzen-M-VPS (mainly because we need to see multi-core score as well) within 48 hours, pick 1/2/3 of them (you decide) to receive an additional core!

    Oooo yas.

    Alright guys/gals, here is the secret hidden thread deal. If you purchase a Ryzen-M plan and post your order number, a benchmark result of your choice and what you're looking forward to for the holiday's or even the upcoming year, you'll be entered into a drawing to have an additional core, additional GB ram and double bandwidth!

    We'll do two drawings, one Christmas eve at 11PM EST and New Years Day at 11PM EST. One entry per VPS, one prize per VPS!

    Thanked by 3dahartigan Jord Ouji
  • seriesnseriesn Member, Top Provider

    @Delong said:

    @poisson said:

    @Delong said:
    Hmmm do I want to put out scores or do I let whoever snags one of these do it first lol

    I have a suggestion. From among those who post Geekbench scores of your Ryzen-M-VPS (mainly because we need to see multi-core score as well) within 48 hours, pick 1/2/3 of them (you decide) to receive an additional core!

    Oooo yas.

    Alright guys/gals, here is the secret hidden thread deal. If you purchase a Ryzen-M plan and post your order number, a benchmark result of your choice and what you're looking forward to for the holiday's or even the upcoming year, you'll be entered into a drawing to have an additional core, additional GB ram and double bandwidth!

    We'll do two drawings, one Christmas eve at 11PM EST and New Years Day at 11PM EST. One entry per VPS, one prize per VPS!

    Some one get me paper towels because I am getting wet.

    Thanked by 3Delong dahartigan Jord
  • DelongDelong Member, Provider

    @seriesn said:

    @Delong said:

    @poisson said:

    @Delong said:
    Hmmm do I want to put out scores or do I let whoever snags one of these do it first lol

    I have a suggestion. From among those who post Geekbench scores of your Ryzen-M-VPS (mainly because we need to see multi-core score as well) within 48 hours, pick 1/2/3 of them (you decide) to receive an additional core!

    Oooo yas.

    Alright guys/gals, here is the secret hidden thread deal. If you purchase a Ryzen-M plan and post your order number, a benchmark result of your choice and what you're looking forward to for the holiday's or even the upcoming year, you'll be entered into a drawing to have an additional core, additional GB ram and double bandwidth!

    We'll do two drawings, one Christmas eve at 11PM EST and New Years Day at 11PM EST. One entry per VPS, one prize per VPS!

    Some one get me paper towels because I am getting wet.

    I love it when you talk dirty to me :blush: lol

  • @Delong said:

    @poisson said:

    @Delong said:
    Hmmm do I want to put out scores or do I let whoever snags one of these do it first lol

    I have a suggestion. From among those who post Geekbench scores of your Ryzen-M-VPS (mainly because we need to see multi-core score as well) within 48 hours, pick 1/2/3 of them (you decide) to receive an additional core!

    Oooo yas.

    Alright guys/gals, here is the secret hidden thread deal. If you purchase a Ryzen-M plan and post your order number, a benchmark result of your choice and what you're looking forward to for the holiday's or even the upcoming year, you'll be entered into a drawing to have an additional core, additional GB ram and double bandwidth!

    We'll do two drawings, one Christmas eve at 11PM EST and New Years Day at 11PM EST. One entry per VPS, one prize per VPS!

    I think we might see entries for a few Christmases down the road if your CM promo is any indicator.

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  • Pm-d you.

    quam bene vivas refert non quam diu

  • JordJord Moderator, Provider

    @poisson said:

    @Delong said:

    @poisson said:

    @Delong said:
    Hmmm do I want to put out scores or do I let whoever snags one of these do it first lol

    I have a suggestion. From among those who post Geekbench scores of your Ryzen-M-VPS (mainly because we need to see multi-core score as well) within 48 hours, pick 1/2/3 of them (you decide) to receive an additional core!

    Oooo yas.

    Alright guys/gals, here is the secret hidden thread deal. If you purchase a Ryzen-M plan and post your order number, a benchmark result of your choice and what you're looking forward to for the holiday's or even the upcoming year, you'll be entered into a drawing to have an additional core, additional GB ram and double bandwidth!

    We'll do two drawings, one Christmas eve at 11PM EST and New Years Day at 11PM EST. One entry per VPS, one prize per VPS!

    I think we might see entries for a few Christmases down the road if your CM promo is any indicator.

    I'd shaft the post with some bamboo and close it after new years day. I don't think I could cope with that for two Christmas's 😂

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  • I grab Ryzen-L-VPS
    The CPU is very good.

    Region: Global https://bench.monster v.1.4.9 2019-12-24
    Usage : curl -LsO bench.monster/speedtest.sh; bash speedtest.sh -Global


    OS : CentOS 7.7.1908 (64 Bit)
    Virt/Kernel : KVM / 3.10.0-1062.1.1.el7.x86_64
    CPU Model : AMD Ryzen 9 3950X 16-Core Processor
    CPU Cores : 4 @ 3493.434 MHz x86_64 512 KB Cache
    CPU Flags : AES-NI Enabled & VM-x/AMD-V Enabled
    Load Average : 0.00, 0.01, 0.05
    Total Space : 50G (7.7G ~17% used)
    Total RAM : 3789 MB (286 MB + 3312 MB Buff in use)
    Total SWAP : 4095 MB (0 MB in use)

    Uptime : 0 days 14:53

    ASN & ISP : AS18450, WebNX, Inc.
    Organization : WebNX, Inc.
    Location : Los Angeles, United States / US

    Region : California

    ## Geekbench v4 CPU Benchmark:

    Single Core : 5964 (EXCELLENT)
    Multi Core : 18378

    ## IO Test

    CPU Speed:
    bzip2 : 146 MB/s
    sha256 : 975 MB/s
    md5sum : 572 MB/s

    RAM Speed:
    Avg. write : 3754.7 MB/s
    Avg. read : 10752.0 MB/s

    Disk Speed:
    1st run : 1.1 GB/s
    2nd run : 1.0 GB/s
    3rd run : 1.1 GB/s


    Average : 1092.3 MB/s

    ## Global Speedtest

    Location Upload Download Ping

    Speedtest.net 901.58 Mbit/s 935.36 Mbit/s 10.092 ms
    USA, New York (AT&T) 171.07 Mbit/s 263.87 Mbit/s 79.754 ms
    USA, Chicago (Windstream) 229.48 Mbit/s 373.52 Mbit/s 39.506 ms
    USA, Dallas (Frontier) 195.38 Mbit/s 509.25 Mbit/s 44.413 ms
    USA, Miami (Frontier) 206.52 Mbit/s 289.24 Mbit/s 73.746 ms
    USA, Los Angeles (Spectrum) 374.00 Mbit/s 722.60 Mbit/s 22.802 ms
    UK, London (Community Fibre) 173.63 Mbit/s 257.75 Mbit/s 119.128 ms
    France, Lyon (SFR) 58.71 Mbit/s 17.17 Mbit/s 137.483 ms
    Germany, Berlin (DNS:NET) 117.13 Mbit/s 188.15 Mbit/s 159.144 ms
    Spain, Madrid (MasMovil) 125.51 Mbit/s 7.43 Mbit/s 140.433 ms
    Italy, Rome (Unidata) 122.62 Mbit/s 222.55 Mbit/s 156.736 ms
    Russia, Moscow (MTS) 57.91 Mbit/s 150.87 Mbit/s 195.841 ms
    Israel, Haifa (013Netvision) 26.50 Mbit/s 167.02 Mbit/s 188.909 ms
    India, New Delhi (GIGATEL) 24.93 Mbit/s 87.66 Mbit/s 274.753 ms
    Singapore (FirstMedia) 51.48 Mbit/s 29.99 Mbit/s 191.865 ms
    Japan, Tsukuba (SoftEther) 174.48 Mbit/s 313.60 Mbit/s 104.110 ms
    Australia, Sydney (Yes Optus) 105.94 Mbit/s 75.36 Mbit/s 166.598 ms
    RSA, Randburg (Cool Ideas) 11.68 Mbit/s 14.85 Mbit/s 283.529 ms

    Brazil, Sao Paulo (Criare) 67.33 Mbit/s 204.87 Mbit/s 161.033 ms

    Timestamp : 2019-12-27 14:52:23 GMT

    Thanked by 1dahartigan
  • DelongDelong Member, Provider

    @gtxr Nice! Thanks for posting this bench!

    Also, the Xmas/NYE promo code is still live!

    20% off EVERYTHING
    (Except promo deals)

    Use promo code XMAS-NYE2020

    Thanked by 2gtxr poisson
  • @Delong said:
    @gtxr Nice! Thanks for posting this bench!

    Also, the Xmas/NYE promo code is still live!

    20% off EVERYTHING
    (Except promo deals)

    Use promo code XMAS-NYE2020

    Don't bring your regrets of not buying his beastly Ryzen VPS into 2020

    Thanked by 1gtxr

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  • Don't bring your regrets of not buying his beastly Ryzen VPS into 2020

    I started to like Ryzen + NVME VPS
    If NVME setup is Raid 10, the combo will be perfect

  • Let's see see if @MikeA can offer a better 3950X deal next week at ExtraVM

  • @gtxr said:
    I grab Ryzen-L-VPS
    The CPU is very good.

    Region: Global https://bench.monster v.1.4.9 2019-12-24
    Usage : curl -LsO bench.monster/speedtest.sh; bash speedtest.sh -Global


    OS : CentOS 7.7.1908 (64 Bit)
    Virt/Kernel : KVM / 3.10.0-1062.1.1.el7.x86_64
    CPU Model : AMD Ryzen 9 3950X 16-Core Processor
    CPU Cores : 4 @ 3493.434 MHz x86_64 512 KB Cache
    CPU Flags : AES-NI Enabled & VM-x/AMD-V Enabled
    Load Average : 0.00, 0.01, 0.05
    Total Space : 50G (7.7G ~17% used)
    Total RAM : 3789 MB (286 MB + 3312 MB Buff in use)
    Total SWAP : 4095 MB (0 MB in use)

    Uptime : 0 days 14:53

    ASN & ISP : AS18450, WebNX, Inc.
    Organization : WebNX, Inc.
    Location : Los Angeles, United States / US

    Region : California

    ## Geekbench v4 CPU Benchmark:

    Single Core : 5964 (EXCELLENT)
    Multi Core : 18378

    ## IO Test

    CPU Speed:
    bzip2 : 146 MB/s
    sha256 : 975 MB/s
    md5sum : 572 MB/s

    RAM Speed:
    Avg. write : 3754.7 MB/s
    Avg. read : 10752.0 MB/s

    Disk Speed:
    1st run : 1.1 GB/s
    2nd run : 1.0 GB/s
    3rd run : 1.1 GB/s


    Average : 1092.3 MB/s

    ## Global Speedtest

    Location Upload Download Ping

    Speedtest.net 901.58 Mbit/s 935.36 Mbit/s 10.092 ms
    USA, New York (AT&T) 171.07 Mbit/s 263.87 Mbit/s 79.754 ms
    USA, Chicago (Windstream) 229.48 Mbit/s 373.52 Mbit/s 39.506 ms
    USA, Dallas (Frontier) 195.38 Mbit/s 509.25 Mbit/s 44.413 ms
    USA, Miami (Frontier) 206.52 Mbit/s 289.24 Mbit/s 73.746 ms
    USA, Los Angeles (Spectrum) 374.00 Mbit/s 722.60 Mbit/s 22.802 ms
    UK, London (Community Fibre) 173.63 Mbit/s 257.75 Mbit/s 119.128 ms
    France, Lyon (SFR) 58.71 Mbit/s 17.17 Mbit/s 137.483 ms
    Germany, Berlin (DNS:NET) 117.13 Mbit/s 188.15 Mbit/s 159.144 ms
    Spain, Madrid (MasMovil) 125.51 Mbit/s 7.43 Mbit/s 140.433 ms
    Italy, Rome (Unidata) 122.62 Mbit/s 222.55 Mbit/s 156.736 ms
    Russia, Moscow (MTS) 57.91 Mbit/s 150.87 Mbit/s 195.841 ms
    Israel, Haifa (013Netvision) 26.50 Mbit/s 167.02 Mbit/s 188.909 ms
    India, New Delhi (GIGATEL) 24.93 Mbit/s 87.66 Mbit/s 274.753 ms
    Singapore (FirstMedia) 51.48 Mbit/s 29.99 Mbit/s 191.865 ms
    Japan, Tsukuba (SoftEther) 174.48 Mbit/s 313.60 Mbit/s 104.110 ms
    Australia, Sydney (Yes Optus) 105.94 Mbit/s 75.36 Mbit/s 166.598 ms
    RSA, Randburg (Cool Ideas) 11.68 Mbit/s 14.85 Mbit/s 283.529 ms

    Brazil, Sao Paulo (Criare) 67.33 Mbit/s 204.87 Mbit/s 161.033 ms

    Timestamp : 2019-12-27 14:52:23 GMT

    how much per month..!??

  • DelongDelong Member, Provider

    @schilton said:

    @gtxr said:
    I grab Ryzen-L-VPS
    The CPU is very good.

    Region: Global https://bench.monster v.1.4.9 2019-12-24
    Usage : curl -LsO bench.monster/speedtest.sh; bash speedtest.sh -Global


    OS : CentOS 7.7.1908 (64 Bit)
    Virt/Kernel : KVM / 3.10.0-1062.1.1.el7.x86_64
    CPU Model : AMD Ryzen 9 3950X 16-Core Processor
    CPU Cores : 4 @ 3493.434 MHz x86_64 512 KB Cache
    CPU Flags : AES-NI Enabled & VM-x/AMD-V Enabled
    Load Average : 0.00, 0.01, 0.05
    Total Space : 50G (7.7G ~17% used)
    Total RAM : 3789 MB (286 MB + 3312 MB Buff in use)
    Total SWAP : 4095 MB (0 MB in use)

    Uptime : 0 days 14:53

    ASN & ISP : AS18450, WebNX, Inc.
    Organization : WebNX, Inc.
    Location : Los Angeles, United States / US

    Region : California

    ## Geekbench v4 CPU Benchmark:

    Single Core : 5964 (EXCELLENT)
    Multi Core : 18378

    ## IO Test

    CPU Speed:
    bzip2 : 146 MB/s
    sha256 : 975 MB/s
    md5sum : 572 MB/s

    RAM Speed:
    Avg. write : 3754.7 MB/s
    Avg. read : 10752.0 MB/s

    Disk Speed:
    1st run : 1.1 GB/s
    2nd run : 1.0 GB/s
    3rd run : 1.1 GB/s


    Average : 1092.3 MB/s

    ## Global Speedtest

    Location Upload Download Ping

    Speedtest.net 901.58 Mbit/s 935.36 Mbit/s 10.092 ms
    USA, New York (AT&T) 171.07 Mbit/s 263.87 Mbit/s 79.754 ms
    USA, Chicago (Windstream) 229.48 Mbit/s 373.52 Mbit/s 39.506 ms
    USA, Dallas (Frontier) 195.38 Mbit/s 509.25 Mbit/s 44.413 ms
    USA, Miami (Frontier) 206.52 Mbit/s 289.24 Mbit/s 73.746 ms
    USA, Los Angeles (Spectrum) 374.00 Mbit/s 722.60 Mbit/s 22.802 ms
    UK, London (Community Fibre) 173.63 Mbit/s 257.75 Mbit/s 119.128 ms
    France, Lyon (SFR) 58.71 Mbit/s 17.17 Mbit/s 137.483 ms
    Germany, Berlin (DNS:NET) 117.13 Mbit/s 188.15 Mbit/s 159.144 ms
    Spain, Madrid (MasMovil) 125.51 Mbit/s 7.43 Mbit/s 140.433 ms
    Italy, Rome (Unidata) 122.62 Mbit/s 222.55 Mbit/s 156.736 ms
    Russia, Moscow (MTS) 57.91 Mbit/s 150.87 Mbit/s 195.841 ms
    Israel, Haifa (013Netvision) 26.50 Mbit/s 167.02 Mbit/s 188.909 ms
    India, New Delhi (GIGATEL) 24.93 Mbit/s 87.66 Mbit/s 274.753 ms
    Singapore (FirstMedia) 51.48 Mbit/s 29.99 Mbit/s 191.865 ms
    Japan, Tsukuba (SoftEther) 174.48 Mbit/s 313.60 Mbit/s 104.110 ms
    Australia, Sydney (Yes Optus) 105.94 Mbit/s 75.36 Mbit/s 166.598 ms
    RSA, Randburg (Cool Ideas) 11.68 Mbit/s 14.85 Mbit/s 283.529 ms

    Brazil, Sao Paulo (Criare) 67.33 Mbit/s 204.87 Mbit/s 161.033 ms

    Timestamp : 2019-12-27 14:52:23 GMT

    how much per month..!??

    Hey @schilton it is normally $18.99/m but with the 20% promo it comes out to $15.19. If you pay annually and use the promo code it comes out to a little under $13 a month.

    Promo code is XMAS-NYE2020

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  • I too have an L plan on that Ryzen and it's insanely fast! 4 cores of this beast is a heck of a lot of computing potassium power.

    I posted a bench and a few words over on LES :-) the tldr of that is buy this before you lose the chance, it's premium af!

    There's a coupon you'd be insane to ignore for 20% off recurring

    Purveyor of high quality potassium

  • @gtxr said:

    Don't bring your regrets of not buying his beastly Ryzen VPS into 2020

    I started to like Ryzen + NVME VPS
    If NVME setup is Raid 10, the combo will be perfect

    A little bird told me there's a NVMe RAID 10 on a Ryzen 3900X being introduced in the near future, with 10Gbps port speed.

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  • @poisson said:

    @gtxr said:

    Don't bring your regrets of not buying his beastly Ryzen VPS into 2020

    I started to like Ryzen + NVME VPS
    If NVME setup is Raid 10, the combo will be perfect

    A little bird told me there's a NVMe RAID 10 on a Ryzen 3900X being introduced in the near future, with 10Gbps port speed.

    Could you kindly ask that little bird where it will be and is it ECC ram

    Remember the value of LET is purely based on its traffic.

  • A little bird told me there's a NVMe RAID 10 on a Ryzen 3900X being introduced in the near future, with 10Gbps port speed.

    Please tell the little bird that ryzen 3950x is more performance than 3900x (bases on geekbench 4/5)

  • @cybertech said:
    Could you kindly ask that little bird where it will be and is it ECC ram

    Little bird doesn't have details yet but said y'all better have your wallet ready these couple of weeks.

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  • poissonpoisson Member
    edited December 2019

    @gtxr said:

    A little bird told me there's a NVMe RAID 10 on a Ryzen 3900X being introduced in the near future, with 10Gbps port speed.

    Please tell the little bird that ryzen 3950x is more performance than 3900x (bases on geekbench 4/5)

    Between the 3900X and 3950X, the difference is probably negligible for single-core in a VPS setting because it is probably not possible to clock the 3950X to maximum frequency due to TDP and cooling issues. Multiple core performance will depend on how many you buy. I would expect at most a 3 to 5 percent difference (well within margin of error and even if no error, the difference is barely noticeable outside of benching) between a 3900X VPS and a 3950X VPS for the same RAM and same number of cores. That said, 3950X offers more physical cores, so overall node performance might be a bit better.

    The decision then is down to other factors like storage type, RAID type, port speed, whether there is overselling etc. And of course, price.

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  • Adding a note that personally, for a similar price, I take AMD any day. If there is a good deal, I would recommend to switch, especially if said provider offers NVMe + block HDD storage. Much better performance, better security relative to Intel.

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  • The new Ryzens support RAID 10 NVMe so it's plus point. And the I/O is great.

    Remember the value of LET is purely based on its traffic.

  • seriesnseriesn Member, Top Provider

    gtxr said: Please tell the little bird that ryzen 3950x is more performance than 3900x

    Actually boss, on paper, single-core performance is same and you are not getting access to dedicated 16 cores :lol:

    Unless node is over-provisioned, you as an end-user, will never notice the difference :D

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  • MikeAMikeA Member, Provider
    edited December 2019

    @cybertech said:
    The new Ryzens support RAID 10 NVMe so it's plus point. And the I/O is great.

    I may be wrong, but there is no good way to do RAID-10 NVMe on Ryzen for servers. If you use a desktop motherboard with a lot of PCIe sure, but any of the workstation/server boards currently will be bottlenecked since there aren't enough PCIe slots and onboard M.2 isn't full speed, so you won't get full performance of RAID-10 NVMe. I don't know about U.2, but I don't think that'll end out well.

    Performance between 3900X and 3950X for single core is nothing. It's just better to have more cores so less chance of steal, unless you hand out the whole CPU.

    ExtraVM - AMD Ryzen VPS starting @ $3.50
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  • seriesnseriesn Member, Top Provider
    edited December 2019

    @MikeA said:

    @cybertech said:
    The new Ryzens support RAID 10 NVMe so it's plus point. And the I/O is great.

    I may be wrong, but there is no good way to do RAID-10 NVMe on Ryzen for servers. If you use a desktop motherboard with a lot of PCIe sure, but any of the workstation/server boards currently will be bottlenecked since there aren't enough PCIe slots and onboard M.2 isn't full speed, so you won't get full performance of RAID-10 NVMe. I don't know about U.2, but I don't think that'll end out well.

    Performance between 3900X and 3950X for single core is nothing. It's just better to have more cores so less chance of steal, unless you hand out the whole CPU.

    Well with all that CPU power, fake raid still an option and does the job decently, but no where near what you would imagine raid 10 would do with 4 nvme. I would argue the biggest benefit would be data security at this point.

    Agreed with that PCI slots. Unless one is building a sloppy box, it is not possible to fit in raid card with the asrock mobos. Not yet atleast.

  • MikeAMikeA Member, Provider
    edited December 2019

    @seriesn said:

    @MikeA said:

    @cybertech said:
    The new Ryzens support RAID 10 NVMe so it's plus point. And the I/O is great.

    I may be wrong, but there is no good way to do RAID-10 NVMe on Ryzen for servers. If you use a desktop motherboard with a lot of PCIe sure, but any of the workstation/server boards currently will be bottlenecked since there aren't enough PCIe slots and onboard M.2 isn't full speed, so you won't get full performance of RAID-10 NVMe. I don't know about U.2, but I don't think that'll end out well.

    Performance between 3900X and 3950X for single core is nothing. It's just better to have more cores so less chance of steal, unless you hand out the whole CPU.

    Well with all that CPU power, fake raid still an option and does the job decently, but no where near what you would imagine raid 10 would do with 4 nvme. I would argue the biggest benefit would be data security at this point.

    Agreed with that PCI slots. Unless one is building a sloppy box, it is not possible to fit in raid card with the asrock mobos. Not yet atleast.

    Most raid cards suck balls anyway don't they, at least for NVMe? mdadm has worked fine for me, uses no resources on any modern CPU. Still can't do it on a Ryzen with a server board though without speed limits.

    Anyway, it's cool to see others doing stuff with Ryzen now. They're great, and not Epyc-ly expensive.

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  • iTDaveiTDave Member
    edited December 2019

    MikeA said: so you won't get full performance of RAID-10 NVMe

    Heard alot of peopling using NVMe drives finding even when they do put them in a RAID style configuration in a 1RU case the drives under heavy load seem to overheat pretty badly and cause the NVMe drives to under perform. Still think putting a 4-8 SSD's in a Raid10 Array will give over all better performance IMO.. :smile:

  • seriesnseriesn Member, Top Provider

    @MikeA said:

    @seriesn said:

    @MikeA said:

    @cybertech said:
    The new Ryzens support RAID 10 NVMe so it's plus point. And the I/O is great.

    I may be wrong, but there is no good way to do RAID-10 NVMe on Ryzen for servers. If you use a desktop motherboard with a lot of PCIe sure, but any of the workstation/server boards currently will be bottlenecked since there aren't enough PCIe slots and onboard M.2 isn't full speed, so you won't get full performance of RAID-10 NVMe. I don't know about U.2, but I don't think that'll end out well.

    Performance between 3900X and 3950X for single core is nothing. It's just better to have more cores so less chance of steal, unless you hand out the whole CPU.

    Well with all that CPU power, fake raid still an option and does the job decently, but no where near what you would imagine raid 10 would do with 4 nvme. I would argue the biggest benefit would be data security at this point.

    Agreed with that PCI slots. Unless one is building a sloppy box, it is not possible to fit in raid card with the asrock mobos. Not yet atleast.

    Most raid cards suck balls anyway don't they, at least for NVMe? mdadm has worked fine for me, uses no resources on any modern CPU. Still can't do it on a Ryzen with a server board though without speed limits.

    Anyway, it's cool to see others doing stuff with Ryzen now. They're great, and not Epyc-ly expensive.

    Lol I mean, we are dealing with cutting edge technology that has barely been out for 2 years (nvme and the new ryzen evolution).

  • MikeAMikeA Member, Provider

    @iTDave said:

    MikeA said: so you won't get full performance of RAID-10 NVMe

    Heard alot of peopling using NVMe drives finding even when they do put them in a RAID style configuration in a 1RU case the drives under heavy load seem to overheat pretty badly and cause the NVMe drives to under perform. Still think putting a 4-8 SSD's in a Raid10 Array will give over all better performance IMO.. :smile:

    I have heat problems in one of my older ones with RAID NVMe, now I use copper heatsinks on the NVMe drives and have good airflow on them and it's not a problem, without it they would basically burn your finger.

    Anyway, this is off topic, hope all goes well for the Bandito.

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  • @iTDave said:

    MikeA said: so you won't get full performance of RAID-10 NVMe

    Heard alot of peopling using NVMe drives finding even when they do put them in a RAID style configuration in a 1RU case the drives under heavy load seem to overheat pretty badly and cause the NVMe drives to under perform. Still think putting a 4-8 SSD's in a Raid10 Array will give over all better performance IMO.. :smile:

    That's what I read too and experience in many NVMe vps i tried, sometimes the IO really bad , until ryzen came, I thought they did Raid 10 that's why

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  • @Delong said:

    @schilton said:

    @gtxr said:
    I grab Ryzen-L-VPS
    The CPU is very good.

    Region: Global https://bench.monster v.1.4.9 2019-12-24
    Usage : curl -LsO bench.monster/speedtest.sh; bash speedtest.sh -Global


    OS : CentOS 7.7.1908 (64 Bit)
    Virt/Kernel : KVM / 3.10.0-1062.1.1.el7.x86_64
    CPU Model : AMD Ryzen 9 3950X 16-Core Processor
    CPU Cores : 4 @ 3493.434 MHz x86_64 512 KB Cache
    CPU Flags : AES-NI Enabled & VM-x/AMD-V Enabled
    Load Average : 0.00, 0.01, 0.05
    Total Space : 50G (7.7G ~17% used)
    Total RAM : 3789 MB (286 MB + 3312 MB Buff in use)
    Total SWAP : 4095 MB (0 MB in use)

    Uptime : 0 days 14:53

    ASN & ISP : AS18450, WebNX, Inc.
    Organization : WebNX, Inc.
    Location : Los Angeles, United States / US

    Region : California

    ## Geekbench v4 CPU Benchmark:

    Single Core : 5964 (EXCELLENT)
    Multi Core : 18378

    ## IO Test

    CPU Speed:
    bzip2 : 146 MB/s
    sha256 : 975 MB/s
    md5sum : 572 MB/s

    RAM Speed:
    Avg. write : 3754.7 MB/s
    Avg. read : 10752.0 MB/s

    Disk Speed:
    1st run : 1.1 GB/s
    2nd run : 1.0 GB/s
    3rd run : 1.1 GB/s


    Average : 1092.3 MB/s

    ## Global Speedtest

    Location Upload Download Ping

    Speedtest.net 901.58 Mbit/s 935.36 Mbit/s 10.092 ms
    USA, New York (AT&T) 171.07 Mbit/s 263.87 Mbit/s 79.754 ms
    USA, Chicago (Windstream) 229.48 Mbit/s 373.52 Mbit/s 39.506 ms
    USA, Dallas (Frontier) 195.38 Mbit/s 509.25 Mbit/s 44.413 ms
    USA, Miami (Frontier) 206.52 Mbit/s 289.24 Mbit/s 73.746 ms
    USA, Los Angeles (Spectrum) 374.00 Mbit/s 722.60 Mbit/s 22.802 ms
    UK, London (Community Fibre) 173.63 Mbit/s 257.75 Mbit/s 119.128 ms
    France, Lyon (SFR) 58.71 Mbit/s 17.17 Mbit/s 137.483 ms
    Germany, Berlin (DNS:NET) 117.13 Mbit/s 188.15 Mbit/s 159.144 ms
    Spain, Madrid (MasMovil) 125.51 Mbit/s 7.43 Mbit/s 140.433 ms
    Italy, Rome (Unidata) 122.62 Mbit/s 222.55 Mbit/s 156.736 ms
    Russia, Moscow (MTS) 57.91 Mbit/s 150.87 Mbit/s 195.841 ms
    Israel, Haifa (013Netvision) 26.50 Mbit/s 167.02 Mbit/s 188.909 ms
    India, New Delhi (GIGATEL) 24.93 Mbit/s 87.66 Mbit/s 274.753 ms
    Singapore (FirstMedia) 51.48 Mbit/s 29.99 Mbit/s 191.865 ms
    Japan, Tsukuba (SoftEther) 174.48 Mbit/s 313.60 Mbit/s 104.110 ms
    Australia, Sydney (Yes Optus) 105.94 Mbit/s 75.36 Mbit/s 166.598 ms
    RSA, Randburg (Cool Ideas) 11.68 Mbit/s 14.85 Mbit/s 283.529 ms

    Brazil, Sao Paulo (Criare) 67.33 Mbit/s 204.87 Mbit/s 161.033 ms

    Timestamp : 2019-12-27 14:52:23 GMT

    how much per month..!??

    Hey @schilton it is normally $18.99/m but with the 20% promo it comes out to $15.19. If you pay annually and use the promo code it comes out to a little under $13 a month.

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    CPU cores are dedicated or virtual ??

    i have $10 budget for that.. is it possible, you can reduce disk to 30gb , gonna use window os

  • @schilton said:
    CPU cores are dedicated or virtual ??

    i have $10 budget for that.. is it possible, you can reduce disk to 30gb , gonna use window os

    You clearly have no idea what you are buying.

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  • @poisson said:

    @schilton said:
    CPU cores are dedicated or virtual ??

    i have $10 budget for that.. is it possible, you can reduce disk to 30gb , gonna use window os

    You clearly have no idea what you are buying.

    i know, but i am poor :smiley:

  • JordJord Moderator, Provider

    I couldn't resist, so I ordered one and then proceeded to install my own ISO and then benchmarked it. :D

    Here is the benchmark:

    nixbench v0.6.6 - https://github.com/jgillich/nixbench
    
    cpu
    ---
    Sha256 (1x) :  243.38 MB/s
    Gzip (1x)   :   89.35 MB/s
    AES (1x)    : 1625.67 MB/s
    
    Sha256 (2x) :  485.57 MB/s
    Gzip (2x)   :  179.62 MB/s
    AES (2x)    : 2055.20 MB/s
    
    
    disk
    ----
    1. run   : 982 MB/s
    2. run   : 1007 MB/s
    3. run   : 1030 MB/s
    4. run   : 1015 MB/s
    5. run   : 1050 MB/s
    Average  : 1017 MB/s
    
    
    geekbench
    ---------
    Single-Core Score  : 2684
    Multi-Core Score   : 4814
    Result URL         : https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/15085407
    
    
    host
    ----
    OS        : linux
    Platform  : centos 7.7.1908
    CPU       : AMD EPYC 7551P 32-Core Processor
    Cores     : 2
    Clock     : 1996 Mhz
    RAM       : 1837 MB
    
    net
    ---
    CDN                           : 102.64 MB/s
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands    :  10.12 MB/s
    Dallas, USA                   :  29.61 MB/s
    Frankfurt, Germany            :   1.07 MB/s
    Hong Kong, China              :   7.14 MB/s
    London, United Kingdoms       :  11.70 MB/s
    Melbourne, Australia          :   8.68 MB/s
    Oslo, Norway                  :   9.38 MB/s
    Paris, France                 :   9.53 MB/s
    Queretaro Mexico              :  21.41 MB/s
    San Jose, USA                 :  55.12 MB/s
    Sao Paulo, Brazil             :   9.56 MB/s
    Seoul, Korea                  :   6.18 MB/s
    Singapore, Singapore          :   8.34 MB/s
    Tokyo, Japan                  :  14.14 MB/s
    Toronto, Canada               :  20.02 MB/s
    Washington, USA               :  19.73 MB/s
    
    
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  • @Jord said:
    I couldn't resist, so I ordered one and then proceeded to install my own ISO and then benchmarked it. :D

    Here is the benchmark:

    nixbench v0.6.6 - https://github.com/jgillich/nixbench
    
    cpu
    ---
    Sha256 (1x) :  243.38 MB/s
    Gzip (1x)   :   89.35 MB/s
    AES (1x)    : 1625.67 MB/s
    
    Sha256 (2x) :  485.57 MB/s
    Gzip (2x)   :  179.62 MB/s
    AES (2x)    : 2055.20 MB/s
    
    
    disk
    ----
    1. run   : 982 MB/s
    2. run   : 1007 MB/s
    3. run   : 1030 MB/s
    4. run   : 1015 MB/s
    5. run   : 1050 MB/s
    Average  : 1017 MB/s
    
    
    geekbench
    ---------
    Single-Core Score  : 2684
    Multi-Core Score   : 4814
    Result URL         : https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/15085407
    
    
    host
    ----
    OS        : linux
    Platform  : centos 7.7.1908
    CPU       : AMD EPYC 7551P 32-Core Processor
    Cores     : 2
    Clock     : 1996 Mhz
    RAM       : 1837 MB
    
    net
    ---
    CDN                           : 102.64 MB/s
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands    :  10.12 MB/s
    Dallas, USA                   :  29.61 MB/s
    Frankfurt, Germany            :   1.07 MB/s
    Hong Kong, China              :   7.14 MB/s
    London, United Kingdoms       :  11.70 MB/s
    Melbourne, Australia          :   8.68 MB/s
    Oslo, Norway                  :   9.38 MB/s
    Paris, France                 :   9.53 MB/s
    Queretaro Mexico              :  21.41 MB/s
    San Jose, USA                 :  55.12 MB/s
    Sao Paulo, Brazil             :   9.56 MB/s
    Seoul, Korea                  :   6.18 MB/s
    Singapore, Singapore          :   8.34 MB/s
    Tokyo, Japan                  :  14.14 MB/s
    Toronto, Canada               :  20.02 MB/s
    Washington, USA               :  19.73 MB/s
    
    

    You should have ordered the Ryzen lol.

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  • @poisson said:

    @Jord said:
    I couldn't resist, so I ordered one and then proceeded to install my own ISO and then benchmarked it. :D

    Here is the benchmark:

    nixbench v0.6.6 - https://github.com/jgillich/nixbench
    
    cpu
    ---
    Sha256 (1x) :  243.38 MB/s
    Gzip (1x)   :   89.35 MB/s
    AES (1x)    : 1625.67 MB/s
    
    Sha256 (2x) :  485.57 MB/s
    Gzip (2x)   :  179.62 MB/s
    AES (2x)    : 2055.20 MB/s
    
    
    disk
    ----
    1. run   : 982 MB/s
    2. run   : 1007 MB/s
    3. run   : 1030 MB/s
    4. run   : 1015 MB/s
    5. run   : 1050 MB/s
    Average  : 1017 MB/s
    
    
    geekbench
    ---------
    Single-Core Score  : 2684
    Multi-Core Score   : 4814
    Result URL         : https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/15085407
    
    
    host
    ----
    OS        : linux
    Platform  : centos 7.7.1908
    CPU       : AMD EPYC 7551P 32-Core Processor
    Cores     : 2
    Clock     : 1996 Mhz
    RAM       : 1837 MB
    
    net
    ---
    CDN                           : 102.64 MB/s
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands    :  10.12 MB/s
    Dallas, USA                   :  29.61 MB/s
    Frankfurt, Germany            :   1.07 MB/s
    Hong Kong, China              :   7.14 MB/s
    London, United Kingdoms       :  11.70 MB/s
    Melbourne, Australia          :   8.68 MB/s
    Oslo, Norway                  :   9.38 MB/s
    Paris, France                 :   9.53 MB/s
    Queretaro Mexico              :  21.41 MB/s
    San Jose, USA                 :  55.12 MB/s
    Sao Paulo, Brazil             :   9.56 MB/s
    Seoul, Korea                  :   6.18 MB/s
    Singapore, Singapore          :   8.34 MB/s
    Tokyo, Japan                  :  14.14 MB/s
    Toronto, Canada               :  20.02 MB/s
    Washington, USA               :  19.73 MB/s
    
    

    You should have ordered the Ryzen lol.

    I reckon he will after he's experienced the network and service quality, it's an experience I would recommend to all thrill seekers. The Ryzen is powerful beyond what I personally imagined the difference to be.

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  • After moving to ryzen 3950X, The load average is almost zero compared with old vps

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  • @gtxr said:
    After moving to ryzen 3950X, The load average is almost zero compared with old vps

    All the Ryzen 39XX series are exothermic potassium. If you ask me, for personal basic use, one core Ryzen 39XX will probably outperform two-core older Xeons at a lower price.

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  • JordJord Moderator, Provider

    poisson said: You should have ordered the Ryzen lol.

    Hey I'm happy hahah it's only for a small test box. Working great so far. Bloody quick.

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  • JordJord Moderator, Provider

    dahartigan said: I reckon he will after he's experienced the network and service quality, it's an experience I would recommend to all thrill seekers. The Ryzen is powerful beyond what I personally imagined the difference to be.

    Happy with this sir, I don't need anything that will blow my socks off :joy: oh wait I'm a panda hmmmm......

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  • I hope I can win the new year’s prize

  • DelongDelong Member, Provider

    Welp, looks like only two people said they picked something up? Everyone wins then, @gtxr @Jord shoot me a PM with your order numbers and I'll get it hooked up!

  • @Delong said:
    Welp, looks like only two people said they picked something up? Everyone wins then, @gtxr @Jord shoot me a PM with your order numbers and I'll get it hooked up!

    Congrats @gtxr and @Jord :-)

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  • Posting this for reference. Check out the geekbench score and RAM speed. This is what computing power looks like lol

     Virt/Kernel  : KVM / 4.9.0-4-amd64
     CPU Model    : AMD Ryzen 3950x
     CPU Cores    : 4 @ 3493.434 MHz x86_64 512 KB Cache
     CPU Flags    : AES-NI Enabled & VM-x/AMD-V Disabled
     Load Average : 0.00, 0.00, 0.00
     Total Space  : 50G (869M ~2% used)
     Total RAM    : 3955 MB (52 MB + 297 MB Buff in use)
     Total SWAP   : 0 MB (0 MB in use)
     Uptime       : 0 days 17:7
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
     ASN & ISP    : AS18450, WebNX, Inc.
     Organization : WebNX, Inc.
     Location     : Los Angeles, United States / US
     Region       : California
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
     ## Geekbench v4 CPU Benchmark:
    
      Single Core : 5972  (EXCELLENT)
       Multi Core : 18463
    
     ## IO Test
    
     CPU Speed:
        bzip2     : 143 MB/s
       sha256     : 289 MB/s
       md5sum     : 683 MB/s
    
     RAM Speed:
       Avg. write : 4130.1 MB/s
       Avg. read  : 11639.5 MB/s
    
     Disk Speed:
       1st run    : 1.0 GB/s
       2nd run    : 1.0 GB/s
       3rd run    : 1.0 GB/s
       -----------------------
       Average    : 1024.0 MB/s
    
     ## Global Speedtest
    
     Location                       Upload           Download         Ping
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
     Speedtest.net                  902.02 Mbit/s    930.85 Mbit/s    10.075 ms
     USA, New York (AT&T)           181.07 Mbit/s    246.09 Mbit/s    76.909 ms
     USA, Chicago (Windstream)      207.36 Mbit/s    398.30 Mbit/s    39.474 ms
     USA, Dallas (Frontier)         156.89 Mbit/s    348.12 Mbit/s    42.913 ms
     USA, Miami (Frontier)          232.81 Mbit/s    379.89 Mbit/s    71.908 ms
     USA, Los Angeles (Spectrum)    392.93 Mbit/s    366.78 Mbit/s    23.106 ms
     UK, London (Community Fibre)   167.55 Mbit/s    217.03 Mbit/s   118.568 ms
     France, Lyon (SFR)             106.60 Mbit/s    215.24 Mbit/s   137.778 ms
     Germany, Berlin (DNS:NET)      112.54 Mbit/s    216.25 Mbit/s   159.355 ms
     Spain, Madrid (MasMovil)       109.86 Mbit/s    4.86 Mbit/s     140.343 ms
     Italy, Rome (Unidata)          111.99 Mbit/s    194.10 Mbit/s   159.885 ms
     Russia, Moscow (MTS)           84.27 Mbit/s     149.16 Mbit/s   195.402 ms
     Israel, Haifa (013Netvision)   77.15 Mbit/s     183.15 Mbit/s   185.542 ms
     India, New Delhi (GIGATEL)     21.44 Mbit/s     82.19 Mbit/s    275.457 ms
     Singapore (FirstMedia)         43.08 Mbit/s     24.50 Mbit/s    193.774 ms
     Japan, Tsukuba (SoftEther)     158.28 Mbit/s    252.93 Mbit/s   104.469 ms
     Australia, Sydney (Yes Optus)  100.50 Mbit/s    67.87 Mbit/s    170.489 ms
     RSA, Randburg (Cool Ideas)     12.22 Mbit/s     27.62 Mbit/s    284.697 ms
     Brazil, Sao Paulo (Criare)     80.00 Mbit/s     173.68 Mbit/s   161.191 ms
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
     Finished in : 9 min 31 sec
     Timestamp   : 2019-12-27 10:37:05 GMT
     Saved in    : /root/speedtest.log
    
     Share results:
     - http://www.speedtest.net/result/8891543856.png
     - https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/15077758
     - https://clbin.com/RXocz
    
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