Performance VDS

The primary objective of Performance VDS servers is to provide fully dedicated resources without any interference from neighbors.

These instances are KVM machines optimized for computing and memory based on modern Intel Gold hardware. Performance VDS is a specialized VDS server designed for projects that demand high CPU power. 

What is a Performance VDS?

A performance virtual dedicated server (VDS) is a kernel-based virtual machine (KVM) that offers more than a regular virtualized server. It has a fully dedicated environment with dedicated CPU and memory resources. Setting itself apart from conventional VPS hosting, Performance VDS is recognized for its enhanced reliability and flexibility.

These servers utilize a modern AMD Ryzen 7950X CPU for exceptional performance. They outperform regular VDS servers by as much as 150% and Premium VDS servers by 70%. The RAM performance of these instances is 40% higher than that of ordinary VDS and reaches up to 35GB/s speed.

The underlying Performance VDS hardware is not overbooked, ensuring stable workloads and eliminating the noisy neighbor effect commonly found with standard virtual servers. 

How can I order a Performance VDS server?

Performance VDS servers come with pre-built resource capacity and are deployed by a fully automated provisioning system. This system runs a multi-step server preparation process to ensure you receive a clean and safe server each time on demand. You can expect your Performance VDS servers to be deployed in 2 to 5 minutes.

Performance VDS can be billed hourly or fixed-term, with monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, and annual billing cycles available. Our platforms also suggest spot billing. 

Performance VDS servers are available in NL and US locations but will gradually appear elsewhere. Servers can be ordered through the portal. They are placed in the Virtual Servers section in the Dedicated resources category, e.g.:

Performance VDS

What operating systems are available?

We support the following operating systems at the moment:

  • Ubuntu – versions 20.04, 22.04, and 24.04;
  • Debian – versions 11, 12;
  • CentOS – versions 7, 8,9;
  • AlmaLinux – version 8,9;
  • RockyLinux – version 8, 9;
  • OpenSUSE – version Leap 15;
  • Fedora – versions 37,38,39;
  • Alpine Linux – version 3.

What configurations are available for Performance VDS plans?


Plan name




Traffic, TB


Performance VDS 2





up to 1 Gbps

Performance VDS 4





up to 1 Gbps

Performance VDS 6





up to 1 Gbps

Performance VDS 8





up to 1 Gbps


Performance VDS is an excellent option when prioritizing computing power, with other component performance as secondary.


In terms of CPU, the Performance VDS is 150% more efficient than current VDS servers. Additionally, these servers outperform regular Premium VDS servers by 70%.


The allocated RAM memory is dedicated, and the amount in the node will always exceed theoretical limits, considering the RAM used by all clients. The performance of RAM is 40% higher than regular VDS and reaches speeds of up to 35GB/s

NVME drives

The disk subsystem is based on NVME disks, in the case of Performance VDS on RAID1 arrays of three disks, so customer data always remains safe and quickly accessible.


All virtual servers on a single node share a 10Gbps internet channel, with each server allocated up to 1Gbps speed.

Backup Storage

Backup Storage is a dedicated network-attached file storage space associated with your server. You can activate 50GB of Backup Storage space for your Performance VDS server free of charge.

Additional IP Addresses

Aside from the static Management IP address that is automatically assigned to every server upon deployment, you can add multiple additional IP addresses to your Performance VDS server:

  1. Floating IP: This is a public IPv4 address that can be instantly moved from one server to another within the same region.
  2. DDoS Protected Floating IP: This is a floating IP address with an added layer of real-time DDoS scrubbing protection.

Private VLAN Subnet

A private VLAN subnet is a virtual local area network (VLAN) interface that groups servers within a team to enable private interactions as if the servers were attached to the same wire.

Out-of-band Management Console

Out-of-band management (OOBM) Console is a remote server management technology that uses the Remote Frame Buffer protocol (RFB) to control another computer remotely through a Virtual Network Computing (VNC) graphical desktop-sharing system.

Server Tags

Server tagging allows you to label your cloud infrastructure resources in any custom organizational structure, facilitating better organization, control, and monitoring of your cloud resources.

Cloud-init Service

Cloud-init is a service that enables you to retrieve user data when provisioning new servers through an API.

Present limitations

Cloud Performance VDS servers share a pool of NVMe storage with a maximum limit of 30000 IOPS.