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Minecraft VPS Hosting on LowEndBox

Looking for the best, and cheapest, Minecraft VPS Hosting? LowEndBox has exactly what you are looking for with plenty of options starting at only a few dollars a month.

Some people choose to rent their Minecraft servers from a dedicated game server provider who takes way too much of your money and gives you only one Minecraft server in return. Savvy people rent a VPS hosting service from a reputable provider that allows them to have full control of their server plus the ability to run multiple Minecraft (or other) game servers on the virtual private server (VPS).

You might be saying to yourself that you don’t know how to setup a Minecraft server. We’ve got you covered with an easy to follow guide on how to setup and install your very own Minecraft server on a virtual server running Linux.

LowEndBox has published numerous guides and other helpful information about Minecraft servers which are worth checking out.

Any of our providers from our “Best VPS Hosting 2021” list are great options for your Minecraft hosting needs. If you don’t find what you are looking for there, just about any KVM or Windows based VPS hosting service should get the job done.

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For users looking for the very highest CPU performance possible on their VPS we recommend renting a VPS powered by AMD Ryzen CPUs. LowEndBox has compiled a list of hosting providers offering VPS packages powered by the latest AMD Ryzen CPU models:

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2 Comments

  1. jeff schefke:

    Do note that Minecraft needs high per-core performance, not slower cores that you often see with VPS providers. something with a PassMark around 2000 per core is what your ideally looking for. Also a quick SSD/NVME for faster chunk loading. I use extravm myself, as its owner is a well-known member of spigotmc.

    May 26, 2021 @ 11:34 am | Reply

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