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Need a KVM VPS AMD CPU in NY

Hey boys and girls!

Happy 2020!

I need a machine that will be used as a personal desktop, as my poor little laptops i5 CPU is struggling.
This will be used as a remote desktop using Ubuntu (on both server and client). It will not be abused, I will do the occasional 'make' command to compile some stuff, and will use it for browsing, etc, but nothing intensive. I will also be running VirtualBox with Mac stuff inside, needed for some of my testing, as well as android studio.

I need the following specs:
4CPU (non-dedicated of course) Ryzen or Epyc or whatever is available, as long as its a premium potassium AMD.
4-8GB RAM (I highly prefer 8GB for obvious reasons)
200+GB Storage SSD/NVME
Located within NY or somewhere south-east US. This is fairly important, as I do need to have lower latency, so things are not super laggy when using as a remote desktop. I see some good offers in LA, however that would be 70ms+ latency, so I am afraid that it will have a very negative impact on the performance for my use case.
1TB BW on 1gbps should be fine, 10gbps bonus, but not really needed tbh.
Budget - that is open, I would be fine around $20, slightly more is okay too, as I do know that AMD and storage/ram adds up to the price. Again - budget is open for offers.
1 IPv4

None of these need to be dedicated, aside from obviously the storage. I have not yet used any AMD processors, and I look forward to trying it out.

As a side note - what would be the best server to run (VNC-wise I guess) if I am about 40-50ms away from the server? Anyone have any recommendations? I am planning on using nomachine server/client, would that work for me?

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  • JordJord Moderator, Provider
    edited January 2

    Sir @t0ny0 what about Utah?

    4 CPU Core EPYC
    8 GB Ram
    100 GB NVMe Disk
    10 TB Bandwidth
    1 IPv4
    $18.99 per month but with 20% off it's $15.19 per month.

    Edit: Nevermind I just saw the NVMe requirement :joy:

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  • t0ny0t0ny0 Member

    @Jord said:
    Sir @t0ny0 what about Utah?

    4 CPU Core EPYC
    8 GB Ram
    100 GB NVMe Disk
    10 TB Bandwidth
    1 IPv4
    $18.99 per month but with 20% off it's $15.19 per month.

    Edit: Nevermind I just saw the NVMe requirement :joy:

    Hey sir!
    I mean if I can stack that - then I am getting the needed storage and a whole lot of CPU and RAM for $30ish, which is pretty badass, if possible.

  • JordJord Moderator, Provider

    @t0ny0 that is from https://bandithost.com/ @Delong can the good sir stack two VMs into one?

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  • t0ny0t0ny0 Member

    @Jord said:
    @t0ny0 that is from https://bandithost.com/ @Delong can the good sir stack two VMs into one?

    I just tested - its 70ms away from me, so that might be too high for my use case :-(
    Seems like NY and TX are the closest ones to me that are usually under 50ms latency

  • JordJord Moderator, Provider

    @t0ny0 said:

    @Jord said:
    @t0ny0 that is from https://bandithost.com/ @Delong can the good sir stack two VMs into one?

    I just tested - its 70ms away from me, so that might be too high for my use case :-(
    Seems like NY and TX are the closest ones to me that are usually under 50ms latency

    Ah well that is a shame :(

    Well there is NexusBytes @seriesn is also prem.

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  • seriesnseriesn Member, Top Provider
    edited January 2

    What's up boss! 8ms away from queens :)

    https://nexusbytes.com/cart.php?gid=16

    Check out the plans and please let me know if any of them tickles your pickle and I will see what I can do for you :)

    Our NY (New Year :lol) promo is still on going, if you stack that up with the regular annual payment discount, you have plenty of wiggle room :).

    Shoot me a PM if anything else. Join the family !

    Thanked by 2Jord t0ny0
  • DelongDelong Member, Provider

    @Jord Thanks for the mention.
    @t0ny0 Sure, we'd be able to stack it if you want. I'll tell you what, shoot me a PM with your requirements and I'll get something stood up for you to give it a test run to see if you could live with the 70ms~

    If you need NYC though @seriesn is the go to!

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  • t0ny0t0ny0 Member
    edited January 2

    @Delong said:
    @Jord Thanks for the mention.
    @t0ny0 Sure, we'd be able to stack it if you want. I'll tell you what, shoot me a PM with your requirements and I'll get something stood up for you to give it a test run to see if you could live with the 70ms~

    If you need NYC though @seriesn is the go to!

    Thank you! I appreciate it, but I won't be able to make do with the latency. I will keep you in mind for soon, as I might need some machines in Utah :-)

    @seriesn said:
    What's up boss! 8ms away from queens :)

    https://nexusbytes.com/cart.php?gid=16

    Check out the plans and please let me know if any of them tickles your pickle and I will see what I can do for you :)

    Our NY (New Year :lol) promo is still on going, if you stack that up with the regular annual payment discount, you have plenty of wiggle room :).

    Shoot me a PM if anything else. Join the family !

    I am about to PM you sir :-) Time to finally join the family! :-)

    @Jord said:

    @t0ny0 said:

    @Jord said:
    @t0ny0 that is from https://bandithost.com/ @Delong can the good sir stack two VMs into one?

    I just tested - its 70ms away from me, so that might be too high for my use case :-(
    Seems like NY and TX are the closest ones to me that are usually under 50ms latency

    Ah well that is a shame :(

    Well there is NexusBytes @seriesn is also prem.

    Prem panda as always, sir! :-)

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  • seriesnseriesn Member, Top Provider
    edited January 2
  • JordJord Moderator, Provider

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  • t0ny0t0ny0 Member

    Alright, got myself a nice little beast from @seriesn and here is a bench on that badboy:


    --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Region: USA https://bench.monster v.1.4.9 2019-12-24 Usage : curl -LsO bench.monster/speedtest.sh; bash speedtest.sh -USA --------------------------------------------------------------------------- OS : Ubuntu 18.10 (64 Bit) Virt/Kernel : KVM / 4.18.0-10-generic CPU Model : AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 8-Core Processor CPU Cores : 10 @ 3593.246 MHz x86_64 512 KB Cache CPU Flags : AES-NI Enabled & VM-x/AMD-V Disabled Load Average : 0.05, 0.01, 0.00 Total Space : 197G (1.5G ~1% used) Total RAM : 9991 MB (121 MB + 478 MB Buff in use) Total SWAP : 0 MB (0 MB in use) Uptime : 0 days 0:3 --------------------------------------------------------------------------- ASN & ISP : AS23470, FranTech Solutions Organization : Nexus Bytes LLC Location : Township of Piscataway, United States / US Region : New Jersey --------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Geekbench v4 CPU Benchmark: Single Core : 5375 (EXCELLENT) Multi Core : 24740 ## IO Test CPU Speed: bzip2 : 135 MB/s sha256 : 287 MB/s md5sum : 631 MB/s RAM Speed: Avg. write : 3140.3 MB/s Avg. read : 10103.5 MB/s Disk Speed: 1st run : 1.3 GB/s 2nd run : 1.3 GB/s 3rd run : 1.2 GB/s ----------------------- Average : 1297.1 MB/s ## USA Speedtest Location Upload Download Ping --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Speedtest.net 376.46 Mbit/s 315.87 Mbit/s 43.964 ms USA, New York (AT&T) 858.19 Mbit/s 504.95 Mbit/s 2.219 ms USA, Boston (Starry, Inc.) 609.07 Mbit/s 306.72 Mbit/s 8.961 ms USA, Washington, DC (AT&T) 633.02 Mbit/s 377.12 Mbit/s 7.457 ms USA, Charlotte, NC (AT&T) 388.76 Mbit/s 167.91 Mbit/s 24.946 ms USA, Atlanta (Frontier) 403.05 Mbit/s 172.57 Mbit/s 28.522 ms USA, Miami (Frontier) 345.27 Mbit/s 157.42 Mbit/s 33.558 ms USA, Nashville (Sprint) 368.23 Mbit/s 324.14 Mbit/s 22.433 ms USA, Indianapolis (Metronet) 538.61 Mbit/s 215.51 Mbit/s 21.280 ms USA, Cleveland (AT&T) 353.14 Mbit/s 198.42 Mbit/s 22.011 ms USA, Chicago (Windstream) 367.12 Mbit/s 230.83 Mbit/s 16.596 ms USA, St. Louis (AT&T) 371.98 Mbit/s 164.67 Mbit/s 25.125 ms USA, Minneapolis (US Internet) 492.01 Mbit/s 223.65 Mbit/s 25.797 ms USA, Kansas City (UPNfiber) 427.79 Mbit/s 213.81 Mbit/s 30.605 ms USA, Oklahoma City (OneNet) 335.62 Mbit/s 119.65 Mbit/s 46.462 ms USA, Dallas (Windstream) 368.17 Mbit/s 122.83 Mbit/s 39.417 ms USA, San Antonio, TX (AT&T) 213.76 Mbit/s 80.86 Mbit/s 47.184 ms USA, Denver (Vistabeam) 305.30 Mbit/s 147.81 Mbit/s 46.103 ms USA, Albuquerque (Plateau Tel) 186.04 Mbit/s 72.88 Mbit/s 57.013 ms USA, Phoenix (Cox) 180.90 Mbit/s 63.45 Mbit/s 74.299 ms USA, Salt Lake City (UTOPIA) 302.76 Mbit/s 75.73 Mbit/s 52.543 ms USA, Helena, MT (The Fusion) 254.41 Mbit/s 113.72 Mbit/s 54.917 ms USA, Las Vegas (LV.Net) 187.70 Mbit/s 76.36 Mbit/s 75.597 ms USA, Seattle (Sprint) 213.72 Mbit/s 262.45 Mbit/s 62.615 ms USA, San Francisco (AT&T) 180.80 Mbit/s 66.41 Mbit/s 70.776 ms USA, Los Angeles (Spectrum) 140.42 Mbit/s 88.69 Mbit/s 60.016 ms USA, Anchorage (Alaska Com) 182.99 Mbit/s 73.26 Mbit/s 91.319 ms USA, Pearl City, HI (Sprint) 138.84 Mbit/s 157.96 Mbit/s 117.693 ms --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Finished in : 10 min 56 sec Timestamp : 2020-01-02 19:16:14 GMT Saved in : /root/speedtest.log Share results: - http://www.speedtest.net/result/8909134821.png - https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/15096550 - https://clbin.com/FHS5W

    I have never ever owned a desktop as fast as this "little" guy :P

  • JordJord Moderator, Provider

    Wow very prem indeed sir @t0ny0 glad @seriesn has been able to look after you :D

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  • jamespeachjamespeach Member
    edited January 3

    Dear t0ny0,

    No. You will NOT be able to find anything within the $20 range for 4 Ryzen CPUs.

    James B. Peach

  • t0ny0t0ny0 Member
    edited January 3

    @jamespeach said:
    Dear t0ny0,

    No. You will NOT be able to find anything within the $20 range for 4 Ryzen CPUs.

    James B. Peach

    Dear James B. Peach,

    I did, and even got another providers offer, which I will make use of at a later time.
    Hows your search for unmetered bandwidth vps for $2 going?

    With Warmest Regards,
    Cherry C. Poppins

  • seriesnseriesn Member, Top Provider
    edited January 3

    t0ny0 said: even got another providers offer, which I will make use of at a later time.

    With Warmest Regards,
    Cherry C. Poppins

    I felt like a teenager laughing at this lmao.

  • @t0ny0 said:
    I will also be running VirtualBox with Mac stuff inside, needed for some of my testing, as well as android studio.

    @t0ny0 said:
    Alright, got myself a nice little beast from @seriesn and here is a bench on that badboy:

    CPU Model : AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 8-Core Processor
    CPU Cores : 10 @ 3593.246 MHz x86_64 512 KB Cache
    CPU Flags : AES-NI Enabled & VM-x/AMD-V Disabled

    How's the VirtualBox going? I hear it'll be extremely slow if you don't have vmx flag.

    Also, how can you get "Mac stuff" into VirtualBox? I hear it requires the host machine to be Apple hardware.

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  • I created a VM with the same CPU and RAM specs on my Ryzen 5 2600X desktop to bench for comparison and the results speak for themselves: https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/compare/15096550?baseline=15097597

    Prem indeed.

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  • uptimeuptime Member
    edited January 3

    @yoursunny - on amd CPUs thesvm flag is key for virtualization (analogous to vmx on intel)

    been a good while since I messed around with teh hackintosh but seems like amd may indeed be more grist for that mill

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  • @Delong said:
    @Jord Thanks for the mention.
    @t0ny0 Sure, we'd be able to stack it if you want. I'll tell you what, shoot me a PM with your requirements and I'll get something stood up for you to give it a test run to see if you could live with the 70ms~

    If you need NYC though @seriesn is the go to!

    Both awesome choices!

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  • t0ny0t0ny0 Member

    @yoursunny said:

    @t0ny0 said:
    I will also be running VirtualBox with Mac stuff inside, needed for some of my testing, as well as android studio.

    @t0ny0 said:
    Alright, got myself a nice little beast from @seriesn and here is a bench on that badboy:

    CPU Model : AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 8-Core Processor
    CPU Cores : 10 @ 3593.246 MHz x86_64 512 KB Cache
    CPU Flags : AES-NI Enabled & VM-x/AMD-V Disabled

    How's the VirtualBox going? I hear it'll be extremely slow if you don't have vmx flag.

    Also, how can you get "Mac stuff" into VirtualBox? I hear it requires the host machine to be Apple hardware.

    You were right, Mac doesn't work on the latest Ryzens... I am not yet giving up on making it work on it, but I think I have tried absolutely all guides out there, and it just won't work..
    Fyi - amd-v was enabled on my machine :-)

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  • td512td512 Member

    @t0ny0 said:
    You were right, Mac doesn't work on the latest Ryzens... I am not yet giving up on making it work on it, but I think I have tried absolutely all guides out there, and it just won't work..
    Fyi - amd-v was enabled on my machine :-)

    Well actually... I'm pretty sure Shaneee still does the AMD patched XNUs

  • JordJord Moderator, Provider

    @t0ny0 Quinn did this with a Ryzen 3900x, but wasn't virtualised. But you never know this might point you in the right direction.

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  • SpryServers_TabSpryServers_Tab Member, Provider

    @t0ny0 said:
    Alright, got myself a nice little beast from @seriesn and here is a bench on that badboy:


    --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Region: USA https://bench.monster v.1.4.9 2019-12-24 Usage : curl -LsO bench.monster/speedtest.sh; bash speedtest.sh -USA --------------------------------------------------------------------------- OS : Ubuntu 18.10 (64 Bit) Virt/Kernel : KVM / 4.18.0-10-generic CPU Model : AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 8-Core Processor CPU Cores : 10 @ 3593.246 MHz x86_64 512 KB Cache CPU Flags : AES-NI Enabled & VM-x/AMD-V Disabled Load Average : 0.05, 0.01, 0.00 Total Space : 197G (1.5G ~1% used) Total RAM : 9991 MB (121 MB + 478 MB Buff in use) Total SWAP : 0 MB (0 MB in use) Uptime : 0 days 0:3 --------------------------------------------------------------------------- ASN & ISP : AS23470, FranTech Solutions Organization : Nexus Bytes LLC Location : Township of Piscataway, United States / US Region : New Jersey --------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Geekbench v4 CPU Benchmark: Single Core : 5375 (EXCELLENT) Multi Core : 24740 ## IO Test CPU Speed: bzip2 : 135 MB/s sha256 : 287 MB/s md5sum : 631 MB/s RAM Speed: Avg. write : 3140.3 MB/s Avg. read : 10103.5 MB/s Disk Speed: 1st run : 1.3 GB/s 2nd run : 1.3 GB/s 3rd run : 1.2 GB/s ----------------------- Average : 1297.1 MB/s ## USA Speedtest Location Upload Download Ping --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Speedtest.net 376.46 Mbit/s 315.87 Mbit/s 43.964 ms USA, New York (AT&T) 858.19 Mbit/s 504.95 Mbit/s 2.219 ms USA, Boston (Starry, Inc.) 609.07 Mbit/s 306.72 Mbit/s 8.961 ms USA, Washington, DC (AT&T) 633.02 Mbit/s 377.12 Mbit/s 7.457 ms USA, Charlotte, NC (AT&T) 388.76 Mbit/s 167.91 Mbit/s 24.946 ms USA, Atlanta (Frontier) 403.05 Mbit/s 172.57 Mbit/s 28.522 ms USA, Miami (Frontier) 345.27 Mbit/s 157.42 Mbit/s 33.558 ms USA, Nashville (Sprint) 368.23 Mbit/s 324.14 Mbit/s 22.433 ms USA, Indianapolis (Metronet) 538.61 Mbit/s 215.51 Mbit/s 21.280 ms USA, Cleveland (AT&T) 353.14 Mbit/s 198.42 Mbit/s 22.011 ms USA, Chicago (Windstream) 367.12 Mbit/s 230.83 Mbit/s 16.596 ms USA, St. Louis (AT&T) 371.98 Mbit/s 164.67 Mbit/s 25.125 ms USA, Minneapolis (US Internet) 492.01 Mbit/s 223.65 Mbit/s 25.797 ms USA, Kansas City (UPNfiber) 427.79 Mbit/s 213.81 Mbit/s 30.605 ms USA, Oklahoma City (OneNet) 335.62 Mbit/s 119.65 Mbit/s 46.462 ms USA, Dallas (Windstream) 368.17 Mbit/s 122.83 Mbit/s 39.417 ms USA, San Antonio, TX (AT&T) 213.76 Mbit/s 80.86 Mbit/s 47.184 ms USA, Denver (Vistabeam) 305.30 Mbit/s 147.81 Mbit/s 46.103 ms USA, Albuquerque (Plateau Tel) 186.04 Mbit/s 72.88 Mbit/s 57.013 ms USA, Phoenix (Cox) 180.90 Mbit/s 63.45 Mbit/s 74.299 ms USA, Salt Lake City (UTOPIA) 302.76 Mbit/s 75.73 Mbit/s 52.543 ms USA, Helena, MT (The Fusion) 254.41 Mbit/s 113.72 Mbit/s 54.917 ms USA, Las Vegas (LV.Net) 187.70 Mbit/s 76.36 Mbit/s 75.597 ms USA, Seattle (Sprint) 213.72 Mbit/s 262.45 Mbit/s 62.615 ms USA, San Francisco (AT&T) 180.80 Mbit/s 66.41 Mbit/s 70.776 ms USA, Los Angeles (Spectrum) 140.42 Mbit/s 88.69 Mbit/s 60.016 ms USA, Anchorage (Alaska Com) 182.99 Mbit/s 73.26 Mbit/s 91.319 ms USA, Pearl City, HI (Sprint) 138.84 Mbit/s 157.96 Mbit/s 117.693 ms --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Finished in : 10 min 56 sec Timestamp : 2020-01-02 19:16:14 GMT Saved in : /root/speedtest.log Share results: - http://www.speedtest.net/result/8909134821.png - https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/15096550 - https://clbin.com/FHS5W

    I have never ever owned a desktop as fast as this "little" guy :P

    How the F** is AMD-V disabled, but you're running KVM? More a question for @seriesn

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  • t0ny0t0ny0 Member

    @SpryServers_Tab said:

    @t0ny0 said:
    Alright, got myself a nice little beast from @seriesn and here is a bench on that badboy:


    --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Region: USA https://bench.monster v.1.4.9 2019-12-24 Usage : curl -LsO bench.monster/speedtest.sh; bash speedtest.sh -USA --------------------------------------------------------------------------- OS : Ubuntu 18.10 (64 Bit) Virt/Kernel : KVM / 4.18.0-10-generic CPU Model : AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 8-Core Processor CPU Cores : 10 @ 3593.246 MHz x86_64 512 KB Cache CPU Flags : AES-NI Enabled & VM-x/AMD-V Disabled Load Average : 0.05, 0.01, 0.00 Total Space : 197G (1.5G ~1% used) Total RAM : 9991 MB (121 MB + 478 MB Buff in use) Total SWAP : 0 MB (0 MB in use) Uptime : 0 days 0:3 --------------------------------------------------------------------------- ASN & ISP : AS23470, FranTech Solutions Organization : Nexus Bytes LLC Location : Township of Piscataway, United States / US Region : New Jersey --------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Geekbench v4 CPU Benchmark: Single Core : 5375 (EXCELLENT) Multi Core : 24740 ## IO Test CPU Speed: bzip2 : 135 MB/s sha256 : 287 MB/s md5sum : 631 MB/s RAM Speed: Avg. write : 3140.3 MB/s Avg. read : 10103.5 MB/s Disk Speed: 1st run : 1.3 GB/s 2nd run : 1.3 GB/s 3rd run : 1.2 GB/s ----------------------- Average : 1297.1 MB/s ## USA Speedtest Location Upload Download Ping --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Speedtest.net 376.46 Mbit/s 315.87 Mbit/s 43.964 ms USA, New York (AT&T) 858.19 Mbit/s 504.95 Mbit/s 2.219 ms USA, Boston (Starry, Inc.) 609.07 Mbit/s 306.72 Mbit/s 8.961 ms USA, Washington, DC (AT&T) 633.02 Mbit/s 377.12 Mbit/s 7.457 ms USA, Charlotte, NC (AT&T) 388.76 Mbit/s 167.91 Mbit/s 24.946 ms USA, Atlanta (Frontier) 403.05 Mbit/s 172.57 Mbit/s 28.522 ms USA, Miami (Frontier) 345.27 Mbit/s 157.42 Mbit/s 33.558 ms USA, Nashville (Sprint) 368.23 Mbit/s 324.14 Mbit/s 22.433 ms USA, Indianapolis (Metronet) 538.61 Mbit/s 215.51 Mbit/s 21.280 ms USA, Cleveland (AT&T) 353.14 Mbit/s 198.42 Mbit/s 22.011 ms USA, Chicago (Windstream) 367.12 Mbit/s 230.83 Mbit/s 16.596 ms USA, St. Louis (AT&T) 371.98 Mbit/s 164.67 Mbit/s 25.125 ms USA, Minneapolis (US Internet) 492.01 Mbit/s 223.65 Mbit/s 25.797 ms USA, Kansas City (UPNfiber) 427.79 Mbit/s 213.81 Mbit/s 30.605 ms USA, Oklahoma City (OneNet) 335.62 Mbit/s 119.65 Mbit/s 46.462 ms USA, Dallas (Windstream) 368.17 Mbit/s 122.83 Mbit/s 39.417 ms USA, San Antonio, TX (AT&T) 213.76 Mbit/s 80.86 Mbit/s 47.184 ms USA, Denver (Vistabeam) 305.30 Mbit/s 147.81 Mbit/s 46.103 ms USA, Albuquerque (Plateau Tel) 186.04 Mbit/s 72.88 Mbit/s 57.013 ms USA, Phoenix (Cox) 180.90 Mbit/s 63.45 Mbit/s 74.299 ms USA, Salt Lake City (UTOPIA) 302.76 Mbit/s 75.73 Mbit/s 52.543 ms USA, Helena, MT (The Fusion) 254.41 Mbit/s 113.72 Mbit/s 54.917 ms USA, Las Vegas (LV.Net) 187.70 Mbit/s 76.36 Mbit/s 75.597 ms USA, Seattle (Sprint) 213.72 Mbit/s 262.45 Mbit/s 62.615 ms USA, San Francisco (AT&T) 180.80 Mbit/s 66.41 Mbit/s 70.776 ms USA, Los Angeles (Spectrum) 140.42 Mbit/s 88.69 Mbit/s 60.016 ms USA, Anchorage (Alaska Com) 182.99 Mbit/s 73.26 Mbit/s 91.319 ms USA, Pearl City, HI (Sprint) 138.84 Mbit/s 157.96 Mbit/s 117.693 ms --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Finished in : 10 min 56 sec Timestamp : 2020-01-02 19:16:14 GMT Saved in : /root/speedtest.log Share results: - http://www.speedtest.net/result/8909134821.png - https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/15096550 - https://clbin.com/FHS5W

    I have never ever owned a desktop as fast as this "little" guy :P

    How the F** is AMD-V disabled, but you're running KVM? More a question for @seriesn

    He enabled it for me, and bumped me up to 10Gbps. Easily the most badass PC-lookalike ive ever used lol

  • SpryServers_TabSpryServers_Tab Member, Provider

    How the F** is AMD-V disabled, but you're running KVM? More a question for @seriesn

    He enabled it for me, and bumped me up to 10Gbps. Easily the most badass PC-lookalike ive ever used lol

    Nice! Zen arch AMDs are the shit!

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  • seriesnseriesn Member, Top Provider

    @SpryServers_Tab said:

    @t0ny0 said:
    Alright, got myself a nice little beast from @seriesn and here is a bench on that badboy:


    --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Region: USA https://bench.monster v.1.4.9 2019-12-24 Usage : curl -LsO bench.monster/speedtest.sh; bash speedtest.sh -USA --------------------------------------------------------------------------- OS : Ubuntu 18.10 (64 Bit) Virt/Kernel : KVM / 4.18.0-10-generic CPU Model : AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 8-Core Processor CPU Cores : 10 @ 3593.246 MHz x86_64 512 KB Cache CPU Flags : AES-NI Enabled & VM-x/AMD-V Disabled Load Average : 0.05, 0.01, 0.00 Total Space : 197G (1.5G ~1% used) Total RAM : 9991 MB (121 MB + 478 MB Buff in use) Total SWAP : 0 MB (0 MB in use) Uptime : 0 days 0:3 --------------------------------------------------------------------------- ASN & ISP : AS23470, FranTech Solutions Organization : Nexus Bytes LLC Location : Township of Piscataway, United States / US Region : New Jersey --------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Geekbench v4 CPU Benchmark: Single Core : 5375 (EXCELLENT) Multi Core : 24740 ## IO Test CPU Speed: bzip2 : 135 MB/s sha256 : 287 MB/s md5sum : 631 MB/s RAM Speed: Avg. write : 3140.3 MB/s Avg. read : 10103.5 MB/s Disk Speed: 1st run : 1.3 GB/s 2nd run : 1.3 GB/s 3rd run : 1.2 GB/s ----------------------- Average : 1297.1 MB/s ## USA Speedtest Location Upload Download Ping --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Speedtest.net 376.46 Mbit/s 315.87 Mbit/s 43.964 ms USA, New York (AT&T) 858.19 Mbit/s 504.95 Mbit/s 2.219 ms USA, Boston (Starry, Inc.) 609.07 Mbit/s 306.72 Mbit/s 8.961 ms USA, Washington, DC (AT&T) 633.02 Mbit/s 377.12 Mbit/s 7.457 ms USA, Charlotte, NC (AT&T) 388.76 Mbit/s 167.91 Mbit/s 24.946 ms USA, Atlanta (Frontier) 403.05 Mbit/s 172.57 Mbit/s 28.522 ms USA, Miami (Frontier) 345.27 Mbit/s 157.42 Mbit/s 33.558 ms USA, Nashville (Sprint) 368.23 Mbit/s 324.14 Mbit/s 22.433 ms USA, Indianapolis (Metronet) 538.61 Mbit/s 215.51 Mbit/s 21.280 ms USA, Cleveland (AT&T) 353.14 Mbit/s 198.42 Mbit/s 22.011 ms USA, Chicago (Windstream) 367.12 Mbit/s 230.83 Mbit/s 16.596 ms USA, St. Louis (AT&T) 371.98 Mbit/s 164.67 Mbit/s 25.125 ms USA, Minneapolis (US Internet) 492.01 Mbit/s 223.65 Mbit/s 25.797 ms USA, Kansas City (UPNfiber) 427.79 Mbit/s 213.81 Mbit/s 30.605 ms USA, Oklahoma City (OneNet) 335.62 Mbit/s 119.65 Mbit/s 46.462 ms USA, Dallas (Windstream) 368.17 Mbit/s 122.83 Mbit/s 39.417 ms USA, San Antonio, TX (AT&T) 213.76 Mbit/s 80.86 Mbit/s 47.184 ms USA, Denver (Vistabeam) 305.30 Mbit/s 147.81 Mbit/s 46.103 ms USA, Albuquerque (Plateau Tel) 186.04 Mbit/s 72.88 Mbit/s 57.013 ms USA, Phoenix (Cox) 180.90 Mbit/s 63.45 Mbit/s 74.299 ms USA, Salt Lake City (UTOPIA) 302.76 Mbit/s 75.73 Mbit/s 52.543 ms USA, Helena, MT (The Fusion) 254.41 Mbit/s 113.72 Mbit/s 54.917 ms USA, Las Vegas (LV.Net) 187.70 Mbit/s 76.36 Mbit/s 75.597 ms USA, Seattle (Sprint) 213.72 Mbit/s 262.45 Mbit/s 62.615 ms USA, San Francisco (AT&T) 180.80 Mbit/s 66.41 Mbit/s 70.776 ms USA, Los Angeles (Spectrum) 140.42 Mbit/s 88.69 Mbit/s 60.016 ms USA, Anchorage (Alaska Com) 182.99 Mbit/s 73.26 Mbit/s 91.319 ms USA, Pearl City, HI (Sprint) 138.84 Mbit/s 157.96 Mbit/s 117.693 ms --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Finished in : 10 min 56 sec Timestamp : 2020-01-02 19:16:14 GMT Saved in : /root/speedtest.log Share results: - http://www.speedtest.net/result/8909134821.png - https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/15096550 - https://clbin.com/FHS5W

    I have never ever owned a desktop as fast as this "little" guy :P

    How the F** is AMD-V disabled, but you're running KVM? More a question for @seriesn

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