How to choose a VPS plan correctly?

A correct evaluation of the own needs and choice of the VPS server plan is an essential moment ensuring stable work of the server. If you choose a VPS plan, which is too low, you will unavoidably encounter a certain barrier or restriction of the VPS parameter, the software will show an error, the server will function unstably or its work will become slow. If you choose a VPS plan, which is too high, you will pay too much. Thus, we advise you to choose such a plan that you have at least 30-50% free resources and your software and server do not suffer from a lack of resources in the rush-hour. It will ensure stable work of your server in the rush-hour and outside the rush-hour. If you do not know, which plan would be the best for you, write an e-mail to us and indicate what you are going to keep or what you are going to use the server for; we will recommend you the minimum plan satisfying your needs.



When can I use the services?


VPS will be activated instantly after successfull payment. All necessary information will be sent to your e-mail and you will see active VPS management menu in our website.



What are possible methods of payments?

You can pay by: bank wire transfer, international transfer in euro, VISA, MASTERCARD, MAESTRO and American Express credit cards, SMS, PayPal, WebMoney, Payza,  PaySera, SafetyPay, CashU, at MAXIMA shops etc.


What processors do we use, how are cores and GHzs calculated?
The models of processors used by us for VPS are "Intel i7 (2600, 3770)", "Xeon E5-1650 v2" – the minimum CPU frequency of one core is ~3,4 GHz. In the VPS plans, you can notice records that, for example, 6 GHz CPU is provided – it is the CPU frequency sum of all cores attached to the VPS. This number is calculated for VPSes in the following way: the number of GHz of the VPS plan is divided by 3,4 (it’s one core CPU frequency); if an even number is obtained, it will be the number of cores given to VPS and if an odd number is obtained, the number of cores will be higher by one unit than the obtained integer; the efficiency of all cores is distributed into even parts and reduced so that the total sum of CPU frequencies of all the processor cores meets the quantity of CPU indicated in the VPS plan, in this example VPS will have 2 cores with 3 GHz CPU frequency each, total 6 GHz.

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