Howdy, Stranger!

It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!


Starting at $3.50 | KVM | Virtualizor| NVME | 24/7 Support
New on LowEndTalk? Please Register and read our Community Rules.

Starting at $3.50 | KVM | Virtualizor| NVME | 24/7 Support

LittleCreekLittleCreek Member, Patron Provider

I am offering basically double the amount of memory, cpu, bandwidth and SSD storage. I don't have any more DirectAdmin licenses so I can't offer that anymore.

I own all of the servers and other equipment. Everything is hosted in Durham, NC USA in one of Tierpont's many tier III data centers. https://www.tierpoint.com/data-centers/north-carolina/raleigh-rtp/

Feel free to ask any questions here or email me at [email protected]

All virtual machines come with the below:
Virtualizor Control Panel
1 IPv4 addresses
/64 IPv6 addresses (Please fill out a support ticket and ask for it)
No setup fees
Free reinstalls
99.99% uptime SLA
24/7 on-site technical support
Full remote management and control (VNC access, reboot, reinstall, bandwidth check, etc.)
No long-term contract. Monthly payments and you can cancel at any time.
Payments by credit/debit cards, Paypal (Not Bitcoin)
1 Gbps port

The 1 Gbps port is for short bursts only. If you need sustained high bandwidth then this service is not for you.

These prices are not advertised anywhere on our web site. They can only be accessed from the links below.


LET KVM-1 Double $3.50 Order Here Now


Virtuozzo KVM
CPU Core: 4
RAM: 4 GB
NVMe: 80GB
Bandwidth: 2 TB/Month
$3.50/month
Order Here Now


LET KVM-2 Double $7.00 Order Here Now


Virtuozzo KVM
CPU Core: 8
RAM: 8 GB
NVMe: 160GB
Bandwidth: 4 TB/Month
$7.00/month
Order Here Now

Why choose Little Creek Hosting?
We have over 20 years of experience in the hosting industry
Always improving our services based on customers feedback
30 day money back guarantee
We own all our hardware and equipment
24/7 on-site support
99.99% network uptime
Professional and super fast support
Motivated and friendly staff
Pay online and start using immediately

Operating Systems available. Some available only after signup.
CentOS
Ubuntu
Debian
Suse
Fedora

Test Download
http://216.27.29.13/1GB.zip

«13456

Comments

  • AstroAstro Member

    What processor are these machines using?

    Thanked by 1pan_ia0_net
  • LittleCreekLittleCreek Member, Patron Provider

    Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2680 v3 @ 2.50GHz

    Thanked by 1pan_ia0_net
  • AstroAstro Member

    Pretty great deal! Would have picked it up if I hadnt just bought the terrahost machine :)

    Thanked by 1pan_ia0_net
  • CPU usage policy?

    Thanked by 1pan_ia0_net
  • @LittleCreek said:

    The 1 Gbps port is for short bursts only. If you need sustained high bandwidth then this service is not for you.

    Do you even allow 10% of that (100 Mbps) sustained?

    Thanked by 1pan_ia0_net
  • # ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## #
    #              Yet-Another-Bench-Script              #
    #                     v2021-12-28                    #
    # https://github.com/masonr/yet-another-bench-script #
    # ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## #
    
    Tue Jan  4 14:19:06 EST 2022
    
    Basic System Information:
    ---------------------------------
    Processor  : Intel Core Processor (Haswell, no TSX, IBRS)
    CPU cores  : 8 @ 2499.996 MHz
    AES-NI     : ✔ Enabled
    VM-x/AMD-V : ❌ Disabled
    RAM        : 7.6 GiB
    Swap       : 4.0 GiB
    Disk       : 153.5 GiB
    
    fio Disk Speed Tests (Mixed R/W 50/50):
    ---------------------------------
    Block Size | 4k            (IOPS) | 64k           (IOPS)
      ------   | ---            ----  | ----           ----
    Read       | 121.38 MB/s  (30.3k) | 405.98 MB/s   (6.3k)
    Write      | 121.70 MB/s  (30.4k) | 408.12 MB/s   (6.3k)
    Total      | 243.09 MB/s  (60.7k) | 814.11 MB/s  (12.7k)
               |                      |
    Block Size | 512k          (IOPS) | 1m            (IOPS)
      ------   | ---            ----  | ----           ----
    Read       | 505.03 MB/s    (986) | 629.71 MB/s    (614)
    Write      | 531.87 MB/s   (1.0k) | 671.65 MB/s    (655)
    Total      | 1.03 GB/s     (2.0k) | 1.30 GB/s     (1.2k)
    
    iperf3 Network Speed Tests (IPv4):
    ---------------------------------
    Provider        | Location (Link)           | Send Speed      | Recv Speed
                    |                           |                 |
    Clouvider       | London, UK (10G)          | 744 Mbits/sec   | 790 Mbits/sec
    Online.net      | Paris, FR (10G)           | 600 Mbits/sec   | 828 Mbits/sec
    WorldStream     | The Netherlands (10G)     | busy            | 824 Mbits/sec
    WebHorizon      | Singapore (400M)          | 164 Mbits/sec   | 299 Mbits/sec
    Clouvider       | NYC, NY, US (10G)         | 880 Mbits/sec   | 894 Mbits/sec
    Velocity Online | Tallahassee, FL, US (10G) | 819 Mbits/sec   | 785 Mbits/sec
    Clouvider       | Los Angeles, CA, US (10G) | 858 Mbits/sec   | 804 Mbits/sec
    Iveloz Telecom  | Sao Paulo, BR (2G)        | 798 Mbits/sec   | 745 Mbits/sec
    
    Geekbench 5 Benchmark Test:
    ---------------------------------
    Test            | Value
                    |
    Single Core     | 580
    Multi Core      | 3249
    Full Test       | https://browser.geekbench.com/v5/cpu/11986903
    
    Thanked by 1pan_ia0_net
  • LittleCreekLittleCreek Member, Patron Provider

    @dev_vps said:

    @LittleCreek said:

    The 1 Gbps port is for short bursts only. If you need sustained high bandwidth then this service is not for you.

    Do you even allow 10% of that (100 Mbps) sustained?

    No because what I am paying for is 100 mbps. Anything over that is a big over charge for me.

    Thanked by 1pan_ia0_net
  • @LittleCreek said:

    @dev_vps said:

    @LittleCreek said:

    The 1 Gbps port is for short bursts only. If you need sustained high bandwidth then this service is not for you.

    Do you even allow 10% of that (100 Mbps) sustained?

    No because what I am paying for is 100 mbps. Anything over that is a big over charge for me.

    So, if even if just 10 VPS clients are downloading data, maximum effective download would be 10 Mbps

    This is critical information and should be disclosed in the offer details, in my opinion.

  • Very good offer except for the bandwidth and 100mbps

    Thanked by 1pan_ia0_net
  • Very reliable value for money host! Go for it!

    Thanked by 1pan_ia0_net
  • LittleCreekLittleCreek Member, Patron Provider

    @dev_vps said:

    @LittleCreek said:

    @dev_vps said:

    @LittleCreek said:

    The 1 Gbps port is for short bursts only. If you need sustained high bandwidth then this service is not for you.

    Do you even allow 10% of that (100 Mbps) sustained?

    No because what I am paying for is 100 mbps. Anything over that is a big over charge for me.

    So, if even if just 10 VPS clients are downloading data, maximum effective download would be 10 Mbps

    This is critical information and should be disclosed in the offer details, in my opinion.

    I have over 200 of these accounts plus shared hosting and dedicated hosting and my median bandwidth is 85 mbps. So people don't need what they think they need.

    Thanked by 2kalipus pan_ia0_net
  • Been using it for a small Facebook Messenger bot and downloading some file from onedrive to google drive (Onedrive in my country is a nightmare).
    Worked great so far.

    Thanked by 1pan_ia0_net
  • dev_vpsdev_vps Member
    edited January 5

    @LittleCreek said:

    @dev_vps said:

    @LittleCreek said:

    @dev_vps said:

    @LittleCreek said:

    The 1 Gbps port is for short bursts only. If you need sustained high bandwidth then this service is not for you.

    Do you even allow 10% of that (100 Mbps) sustained?

    No because what I am paying for is 100 mbps. Anything over that is a big over charge for me.

    So, if even if just 10 VPS clients are downloading data, maximum effective download would be 10 Mbps

    This is critical information and should be disclosed in the offer details, in my opinion.

    I have over 200 of these accounts plus shared hosting and dedicated hosting and my median bandwidth is 85 mbps. So people don't need what they think they need.

    Still, for the sake of transparency, the limiting bandwidth must be mentioned in the offer. This way, customer knows in advance, what to expect.

    It is matter of time, if you get just 20 customers who use 2 TB bandwidth (that is 50% of allocated) …
    total bandwidth used = 20 x 2 = 40 TB and your overall average bandwidth rate will be over 100 Mbps

    Thanked by 2miroc pan_ia0_net
  • @dev_vps said:
    It is matter of time, if you get just 20 customers who use 2 TB bandwidth (that is 50% of allocated) …
    total bandwidth used = 20 x 2 = 40 TB and your overall average bandwidth rate will be over 100 Mbps

    Those customers will be removed as simple as that and usual with other providers too.

    Thanked by 2brueggus pan_ia0_net
  • @webcraft said:

    @dev_vps said:
    It is matter of time, if you get just 20 customers who use 2 TB bandwidth (that is 50% of allocated) …
    total bandwidth used = 20 x 2 = 40 TB and your overall average bandwidth rate will be over 100 Mbps

    Those customers will be removed as simple as that and usual with other providers too.

    That means 4 TB monthly bandwidth is just for marketing purpose and not for the actual usage.

    And my example was with 50% of allocated bandwidth of being used by 20 customers (just 10 percent of all customers)

  • @dev_vps said:

    @webcraft said:

    @dev_vps said:
    It is matter of time, if you get just 20 customers who use 2 TB bandwidth (that is 50% of allocated) …
    total bandwidth used = 20 x 2 = 40 TB and your overall average bandwidth rate will be over 100 Mbps

    Those customers will be removed as simple as that and usual with other providers too.

    That means 4 TB monthly bandwidth is just for marketing purpose and not for the actual usage.

    And my example was with 50% of allocated bandwidth of being used by 20 customers (just 10 percent of all customers)

    If you want to use up your full allocated bandwidth, I'd go with a CC provider.
    @LittleCreek stated multiple times (also in his old offers) that he doesn't prefer bandwidth intensive customers.

    Thanked by 1pan_ia0_net
  • Been using this offer for almost a year, and my friend joined this ship too. It's cheap and large, except for bandwidth, which is fine for my usage. Solid machine. Can install custom iso with no limits.

    Thanked by 1pan_ia0_net
  • dev_vpsdev_vps Member
    edited January 5

    @webcraft said:

    @dev_vps said:

    @webcraft said:

    @dev_vps said:
    It is matter of time, if you get just 20 customers who use 2 TB bandwidth (that is 50% of allocated) …
    total bandwidth used = 20 x 2 = 40 TB and your overall average bandwidth rate will be over 100 Mbps

    Those customers will be removed as simple as that and usual with other providers too.

    That means 4 TB monthly bandwidth is just for marketing purpose and not for the actual usage.

    And my example was with 50% of allocated bandwidth of being used by 20 customers (just 10 percent of all customers)

    If you want to use up your full allocated bandwidth, I'd go with a CC provider.
    @LittleCreek stated multiple times (also in his old offers) that he doesn't prefer bandwidth intensive customers.

    Then make the monthly allowed bandwidth to 1 TB per month, why to advertise the offer with 4 TB monthly bandwidth?

  • brueggusbrueggus Member, IPv6 Advocate

    @dev_vps said:

    @webcraft said:

    @dev_vps said:

    @webcraft said:

    @dev_vps said:
    It is matter of time, if you get just 20 customers who use 2 TB bandwidth (that is 50% of allocated) …
    total bandwidth used = 20 x 2 = 40 TB and your overall average bandwidth rate will be over 100 Mbps

    Those customers will be removed as simple as that and usual with other providers too.

    That means 4 TB monthly bandwidth is just for marketing purpose and not for the actual usage.

    And my example was with 50% of allocated bandwidth of being used by 20 customers (just 10 percent of all customers)

    If you want to use up your full allocated bandwidth, I'd go with a CC provider.
    @LittleCreek stated multiple times (also in his old offers) that he doesn't prefer bandwidth intensive customers.

    Then make monthly bandwidth to 1 TB per month, why to advertise the offer with 4 TB monthly bandwidth?

    Thanked by 2pan_ia0_net ariq01
  • well done.
    if you can’t argue with logic, personal attack is the best option.

    Thanked by 2brueggus pan_ia0_net
  • GhtGht Member

    The best offers i have seen so far. Congrats

    Thanked by 1pan_ia0_net
  • webcraftwebcraft Member
    edited January 5

    @dev_vps said:
    well done.
    if you can’t argue with logic, personal attack is the best option.

    The logic is that this prices aren't possible for the bandwidth. It's burst as he said. If you use one month 4TB and the other months 100GB, there's likely no problem.
    As I said above, if you want to max out your full bandwidth every month, go with a CC provider.

    Thanked by 1pan_ia0_net
  • @webcraft said:

    @dev_vps said:
    well done.
    if you can’t argue with logic, personal attack is the best option.

    The logic is that this prices aren't possible for the bandwidth. It's burst as he said. If you use one month 4TB and the other months 100GB, there's likely no problem.
    As I said above, if you want to max out your full bandwidth every month, go with a CC provider.

    4 TB one month and 100 GB next month
    that is average of 2 TB per month ... even that one is not possible with example discussed above

    about the burst, read the offer again, it is for the 1gig port

    no where it mentions that do no use > x TB bandwidth per month (or rolling average per three months)

    This is a classic case of marketing with high bandwidth numbers and hoping customer does not use even 10% of that. And if he does, as someone mentioned, remove that customer.

    Thanked by 1pan_ia0_net
  • @dev_vps said:

    @webcraft said:

    @dev_vps said:
    well done.
    if you can’t argue with logic, personal attack is the best option.

    The logic is that this prices aren't possible for the bandwidth. It's burst as he said. If you use one month 4TB and the other months 100GB, there's likely no problem.
    As I said above, if you want to max out your full bandwidth every month, go with a CC provider.

    4 TB one month and 100 GB next month
    that is average of 2 TB per month ... even that one is not possible with example discussed above

    about the burst, read the offer again, it is for the 1gig port

    no where it mentions that do no use > x TB bandwidth per month (or rolling average per three months)

    I wrote months. E.g. 11 month 100GB and 1 month 4TB.
    This means the whole port, not just the connection speed.

    @dev_vps said:
    This is a classic case of marketing with high bandwidth numbers and hoping customer does not use even 10% of that. And if he does, as someone mentioned, remove that customer.

    Yes, it's marketing but one of the common applications of it where everybody knows the meaning.

    Thanked by 1pan_ia0_net
  • AstroAstro Member

    @webcraft said:

    @dev_vps said:

    @webcraft said:

    @dev_vps said:
    well done.
    if you can’t argue with logic, personal attack is the best option.

    The logic is that this prices aren't possible for the bandwidth. It's burst as he said. If you use one month 4TB and the other months 100GB, there's likely no problem.
    As I said above, if you want to max out your full bandwidth every month, go with a CC provider.

    4 TB one month and 100 GB next month
    that is average of 2 TB per month ... even that one is not possible with example discussed above

    about the burst, read the offer again, it is for the 1gig port

    no where it mentions that do no use > x TB bandwidth per month (or rolling average per three months)

    I wrote months. E.g. 11 month 100GB and 1 month 4TB.
    This means the whole port, not just the connection speed.

    @dev_vps said:
    This is a classic case of marketing with high bandwidth numbers and hoping customer does not use even 10% of that. And if he does, as someone mentioned, remove that customer.

    Yes, it's marketing but one of the common applications of it where everybody knows the meaning.

    What? No. There are tons of new folks here who would have taken it at face value.

  • dev_vpsdev_vps Member
    edited January 5

    @webcraft said:

    Yes, it's marketing but one of the common applications of it where everybody knows the meaning.

    Really? If so, what is the basis your statement?
    Or just it is your own assumption that "everybody knows"

    Thanked by 1pan_ia0_net
  • @webcraft said:

    I wrote months. E.g. 11 month 100GB and 1 month 4TB.
    This means the whole port, not just the connection speed.

    well, months could mean 3 months
    and more importantly, even if agree with you,
    then annual max bandwidth allowed should be mentioned in the offer

    And who uses 100 GB bandwidth every month for 11 months in a year?

    Thanked by 1pan_ia0_net
  • webcraftwebcraft Member
    edited January 5

    @dev_vps said:

    @webcraft said:

    I wrote months. E.g. 11 month 100GB and 1 month 4TB.
    This means the whole port, not just the connection speed.

    well, months could mean 3 months
    and more importantly, even if agree with you,
    then annual max bandwidth allowed should be mentioned in the offer

    And who uses 100 GB bandwidth every month for 11 months in a year?

    I think the point is, that there's no hard limit. You can use it as you require but if it's too much at one point (e.g. several consecutive months 4TB), it's over. Fair use, without hard limits.

    Thanked by 1pan_ia0_net
  • @webcraft said:

    @dev_vps said:

    @webcraft said:

    I wrote months. E.g. 11 month 100GB and 1 month 4TB.
    This means the whole port, not just the connection speed.

    well, months could mean 3 months
    and more importantly, even if agree with you,
    then annual max bandwidth allowed should be mentioned in the offer

    And who uses 100 GB bandwidth every month for 11 months in a year?

    I think the point is, that there's no hard limit. You can use it as you require but if it's too much at one point (e.g. several consecutive months 4TB), it's over. Fair use, without hard limits.

    Where do you see this so called “fair usage” described in the offer?
    And of course, there is a hard limit of 4 TB per month.

    My point is that not even 50% usage of monthly offered bandwidth is permitted.
    @LittleCreek - correct me, if I am wrong

  • webcraftwebcraft Member
    edited January 5

    @dev_vps said:
    Where do you see this so called “fair usage” described in the offer?
    And of course, there is a hard limit of 4 TB per month.

    Yes, you're right with the hard limit. What I mean was the average usage (no specific time period) hard limit. This is "fair use".
    Well, in their TOS they refer to a AUP which is somehow inaccessible for me right now. I suppose they define it within this part.

    @dev_vps said:
    My point is that not even 50% usage of monthly offered bandwidth is permitted.
    @LittleCreek - correct me, if I am wrong

    If you talk about constant usage yes, but one time spikes to your hard limit should be ok if I understand @LittleCreek correctly.

    Thanked by 1pan_ia0_net
Sign In or Register to comment.