Below is a list of the typical hardware we use in various regions. Please note that this list may not always be 100%
accurate, and hardware could vary from what is listed below. We're always adapting our network as the need arises,
and also based on what our suppliers have available in specific regions. If you would like to enquire about the
current hardware in a specific region, please feel free to log a ticket to ask us.
You'll also notice from the list below that we try to use consumer grade hardware (i.e. Intel Core or AMD Ryzen), over server grade hardware (i.e. Intel Xeon), wherever possible. This is a bit different to how our competitors do it, but it fits better with our approach to game server hosting, and performance testing we have done. Consumer grade CPUs usually offer less cores, meaning we are able to put less customers on each physical machine. However, these consumer grade CPUs offer much higher frequency clocks, which ultimately performs a lot better with game servers (most game servers cannot use more than one core in any case). So what that means to you as a customer is a faster CPU for your game servers, shared with less other customers.
All the hardware below is also available as Dedicated Servers. Feel free to contact us for pricing on dedicated options.
"Max Tenants" below refers to the maximum number of game services we will put on each of these types of servers to prevent over-allocation.
Game Server Hosting
- Game Server Hosting
- Sons of the Forest
- No One Survived
- Survive the Nights
- Project Zomboid
- 7 Days To Die
- V Rising
- Night of the Dead
- Coming Soon: Smalland: Survive the Wilds
- Coming Soon: Rooted
- Coming Soon: ARK 2
- Coming Soon: Renown
- Coming Soon: VEIN
- Coming Soon: The Day Before
- Coming Soon: BattleBit Remastered
- Dedicated Servers