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Looking for a good East Coast USA KVM
With a CPU clock of at least 3.5GHz
Able to run the latest Debian, which as of now is Debian 11
Virginia is preferred, but anywhere East Coast USA
Most places I've glanced at so far are terrible. Some have a TOS that will say to not host "offensive" content (I don't host illegal stuff, but why ban anything offensive?). Or some won't support any recent OS. Others lie about the CPU type they have. Some overcharge beyond what they quoted. Others wouldn't respond to basic questions I had.
My favorite provider so far has been SpartanHost, but they don't have any East Coast locations. Not interested in BuyVM.
Central.so offers a New York City location.
We are currently in the process of upgrading hardware but it will not match your CPU clock requirements.
Take a look if you would be interested: https://central.so/vps
What CPU and clock speed do you currently offer? Couldn't tell from your website
What about Miami? New panel for that location soon so if you're willing to wait a week (or setup now but have an IP change next week) I'll give you double resources for free as a one-off deal Ryzen 3900X in Miami. Ryzen 3800X in all other east coast locations (but very little stock in those -- Montreal Canada & Virginia US).
Was looking for good speeds to Europe from east coast. I see you still have some Vint Hill ones, and that's exactly what I was looking for. Also, your website and terms look great, thanks
Also, do you route the connection anywhere before it lands in the Vint Hill datacenter? Some providers route to different locations for DDoS protection before the origin server and I don't need that as I already use Cloudflare
We'll be using a E5-2660v3 (or better) across all of our nodes.
ended up going with extravm, thx
The Virginia location uses OVH's Game servers actually (Montreal and Virginia are the only two North America locations that do), so realistically there is no latency change, it uses the normal mitigation and the extra "game" firewalls for additional UDP filtering. I'm sure it will be good for you, if not I can let you try another.