Dedicated instances - Pricing

Choose the size of your dedicated slice:

Dedicated CPU
RAM
SSD Space
Transfer
Price
Dedicated Instance 8GB
2 CPU vCPU
8 GB RAM
100 GB SSD space
4 TB transfer
€75/mo.
€60
/mo.
Dedicated Instance 16GB
4 CPU vCPU
16 GB RAM
200 GB SSD space
6 TB transfer
€150/mo.
€120
/mo.
Dedicated Instance 32GB
8 CPU vCPU
32 GB RAM
400 GB SSD space
8 TB transfer
€300/mo.
€240
/mo.
Dedicated Instance 64GB
16 CPU vCPU
64 GB RAM
800 GB SSD space
10 TB transfer
€600/mo.
€480
/mo.
Dedicated Instance 96GB
24 CPU vCPU
96 GB RAM
1200 GB SSD space
15 TB transfer
€900/mo.
€720
/mo.
Dedicated Instance 128GB
32 CPU vCPU
128 GB RAM
1600 GB SSD space
20 TB transfer
€1200/mo.
€960
/mo.

Why dedicated instances?

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Dedicated resources
Forget about noisy neighbors, with our KVM VDS we allocate dedicated CPU cores, RAM and SSD which are not shared with others.
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High performance
Enterprise SSD and Intel Xeon Skylake processors - fastest on the market for best performance
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Low latency network
1 Gbps port speed on each node with multiple levels of redundancy
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Offshore location
Our business and servers are based in Bulgaria, we have strict privacy protection and policy
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Flexibility
You can easily upgrade, restart, reinstall, use console, upload a custom OS ISO and many more with our panel
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DDoS Protection
Our optional DDoS protection will stop attacks up to 1 TB/s

Operating systems

Ubuntu
Ubuntu is a free Linux operating system, world's most widely used Linux distribution for workstations but is also very popular as server distribution and is very easy to use. It is based on Debian GNU/Linux distribution and is backed by Canonical.
Available versions
  • Ubuntu 16.04
  • Ubuntu 18.04
Cent OS
CentOS is the most popular Linux distribution used for web servers and commercial projects, web panels such as cPanel also mostly run on CentOS. It stands for the Community Enterprise Operating System and is based on RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux).
Available versions
  • CentOS 6
  • CentOS 7
  • CentOS 8
Debian
Debian is one of the biggest community project and one of the most respected project in the free software world. It is widely used by most of the non-profit organizations as well as educational and government institutions.
Available versions
  • Debian 8
  • Debian 9
  • Debian 10
Fedora
Fedora is a solid and bleeding-edge Linux distribution, basically community project backed by Red Hat, all new updates and new features are pushed to it first. A new Fedora version is released every six months and each Fedora release is supported for thirteen months only.
Available versions
  • Fedora 27
Windows
Windows Server is often used for specific application such as ASP.net projects, MS-SQL or other applications that require using Windows platform. It is closed source and is not free. The licensing is responsibility of the customer.
Available versions
  • Windows Server 2012R2
  • Windows Server 2016
  • Windows Server 2019
Your own ISO
You can upload your own ISO and install any OS you desire with unlimited possibilities. This enables full control over the installation and configuration of the VPS, for example file system, encryption or custom OS that is for specific purpose.

More instructions on how to install custom ISO you can find here.

Frequently asked questions

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    We accept Bitcoin and Litecoin payments and we encourage this payment method for the best privacy and low fees. 

    We also give a 10% discount, please use promo code: cryptocurrency

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