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RackNerd EXPANDS! Ryzen 7950X KVM VPS Now Available in San Jose

RackNerdRackNerd is not stopping with the expansion! They recently made it onto the 2024 Inc. 5000 Regionals, and today, they’ve announced that they have expanded their Ryzen 7950X VPS product line to the west coast: San Jose! Now’s your chance to get a premium KVM VPS powered by the fast Ryzen 7950X processors, Gen4 NVMe, and DDR5 RAM. Also, check out LowEndBox’s recent interview with RackNerd CEO, Dustin Cisneros!

RackNerd’s Ryzen 7950X KVM VPS offerings deliver an unprecedented combination of raw power and efficient performance that will leave you in awe – and those who know how to harness this potential will have virtually limitless possibilities at their fingertips. For the VPS enthusiasts out there who take pride in outperforming their peers and showcasing superior specs, these Ryzen VPS solutions from RackNerd will undoubtedly be the new standard to beat! This also marks the first-ever Ryzen 7950X based VPS deal we’ve ever featured here on LEB (I don’t think I’ve seen any other provider offer this yet in San Jose!)

Here are the deals. If you wish to deploy out of San Jose, be sure to make your selection in the order form’s location dropdown. 

1.2 GB Ryzen 7950X NVMe VPS 🔥

  • 1x vCPU Core
  • 25 GB NVMe
  • 1.2 GB RAM
  • 2500GB Monthly Bandwidth
  • 1Gbps Public Network Port
  • Full Root Admin Access
  • 1 Dedicated IPv4 Address
  • KVM / SolusVM
  • Available in Multiple Locations
  • ONLY $18.88/YEAR!
2.5 GB Ryzen 7950X NVMe VPS 🔥🔥

  • 2x vCPU Cores
  • 38 GB NVMe
  • 2.5 GB RAM
  • 4000GB Monthly Bandwidth
  • 1Gbps Public Network Port
  • Full Root Admin Access
  • 1 Dedicated IPv4 Address
  • KVM / SolusVM
  • Available in Multiple Locations
  • ONLY
4 GB Ryzen 7950X NVMe VPS 🔥🔥🔥

  • 2x vCPU Cores
  • 65 GB NVMe
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 6000GB Monthly Bandwidth
  • 1Gbps Public Network Port
  • Full Root Admin Access
  • 1 Dedicated IPv4 Address
  • KVM / SolusVM
  • Available in Multiple Locations
  • ONLY

Inc 5000RackNerd’s latest Ryzen VPS expansion to San Jose is a clear testament to the company’s unwavering commitment to expansion, as well as pushing the limits of VPS performance. Whether you’re hosting mission-critical databases, running resource-intensive applications, or managing large-scale web services with demanding workloads, these Ryzen 7950X VPS solutions are engineered to meet and exceed even the most stringent performance requirements.


Network Info / Test IPs

Ryzen / NVMe Host Node Specs

  • AMD Ryzen 7950X CPU
  • 192 GB DDR5 RAM
  • Enterprise Gen4 NVMe Storage
  • Dual 1Gbps Uplinks

Please let us know if you have any questions/comments and enjoy!



  1. hoek:

    So far they have an issue in Strasbourg for one day. My VPS is dead for that time. https://status.racknerd.com/

    March 22, 2024 @ 11:51 am | Reply
    • BikeHelmet:

      Water leak in the datacentre – yowsa!

      ” Partial Outage – DataDock Strasbourg Facility
      2 days ago
      We are aware that multiple France nodes (FR100KVM, FR101KVM, FR102KVM, FR103KVM, FR104KVM, FR105KVM, FR106KVM, FR107KVM, FR108KVM, FR109KVM, and FR1000 Shared Hosting Server) are currently offline.

      UPDATE: This is an issue with the DataDock Strasbourg facility, and servers themselves are healthy. There was a water leakage that got to a room with batteries. They had to power off one of the floors within the facility. Currently we are waiting for Electricians to clear/replace the batteries before power can be restored to that floor. This affected the located batteries in this room which forced the DataDock DC to turn off the power of the room where either our servers, or our network infrastructure might be located in.

      None of our servers are affected by any water damage but are simply powered off for the meantime. The reason why your service is not accessible is because of parts of our network is affected.

      UPDATE: As of now this is what DataDock states for ETA: “We cannot present a precise timetable for recovery at the moment. Preliminary estimates indicate that the failure is expected to last until the evening hours.”

      UPDATE: The water leakage caused damage to batteries of DataDock’s UPS system. Due to failure of the electrical UPS system, this room currently cannot be supplied with electricity at this time.

      Electrical specialists analyzed the situation and developed a plan to remove the damaged battery blocks from the UPS system. This is required to get the power restored. The work of removing the damaged batteries is currently being carried out, but it may take some time to complete. Therefore we cannot provide an ETA information now.

      We assure you that our team is working diligently alongside with the DataDock facility to resolve the issue as quickly as possible.

      We understand the inconvenience this may cause, and we sincerely apologize for any disruption to your services.

      UPDATE: This is the latest update we received:

      As next step, electrical specialists evaluate if and how the electrical infrastructure can be restored and power switched back on. This external vendor is working during the night on this.

      Due to the complexity of this damaged UPS system, we cannot provide a concrete ETA information.

      We assure you that our team is working diligently to resolve the issue as quickly as possible.

      UPDATE: We are still awaiting additional news from DataDock. We’ve been told that the work is still actively being carried out.

      UPDATE: This is the latest update we received:

      Electrical contractors are still assessing the damage to the electrical infrastructure and how to safely restore the infrastructure and restore power for the affected floor.

      We understand the inconvenience this has caused and we sincerely apologize for any disruption to your services.

      We will keep you updated as we learn more about the situation and the progress of the restoration efforts. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

      UPDATE: Electrical contractors have assessed that parts of the electrical infrastructure will need to be replaced in order to be safely restarted. It’s estimated that this will take several days. We are working on executing an alternative plan to attempt to get things up sooner. We will share additional details within the next couple hours.

      UPDATE: Physical access to the facility has been gained with the approval of the local authorities who are actively assessing the damage caused by the recent water leak. To avoid waiting further on electricians, our current plan of action is to relocate our affected infrastructure located on the 1st floor to the 2nd floor of the DataDock facility. Currently, we cannot give a reliable ETA as the racks and circuit runs are still being prepared by the facility operator. Once the new racks are ready, we will swiftly work towards relocating infrastructure accordingly. As a rough ETA we estimate that the relocation will take over the weekend to complete.

      UPDATE: While we await the new cabinets to be allocated to us and energized, networking equipment is actively being prepared in anticipation for the new 2nd floor deployment.”

      March 23, 2024 @ 7:59 am | Reply
    • Strasbourg was restored 100% back online from an infrastructure standpoint.

      To recap and out of transparency, this was a larger facility-wide issue at the DataDock SXB facility, which was beyond our immediate control. On the morning of March 21, GoDaddy’s section on the first floor of DataDock SXB experienced a small fire in a battery-backup room, which triggered/caused a water leak. The fire was quickly contained, and all of RackNerd’s equipment was free of water damage. To avoid additional damage and to comply within the limits of local authorities, power was then subsequently cut for the first floor, which impacted roughly ~30% of RackNerd’s infrastructure (as the majority of our infra is on the second floor).

      We took proactive measures within our power to restore affected services as quickly as possible. Our datacenter partner has successfully relocated our affected equipment from the impacted 1st floor to the unaffected 2nd floor, avoiding the need to wait for the facility to resolve the issues with the 1st floor (they worked hard to move racks of equipment, not only for us but many others). Every step of the way we were committed to keeping our customers in the loop with our progress, as well as sharing frequent updates via the [status incident page](https://status.racknerd.com/incident/1848 “status incident page”). Ultimately, this situation could of played out a lot worse but we’re glad that it’s all behind us now.

      At this point, we are showing everything to be back online, so if your service in France is still offline, it may be an isolated issue. If anyone is still facing issues please open a support ticket and we can investigate/troubleshoot accordingly :)

      March 25, 2024 @ 2:49 pm | Reply
  2. On another note — our San Jose Ryzen VPS launch has been succesful! Nearing capacity, with additional nodes coming online to support the demand!

    March 25, 2024 @ 2:50 pm | Reply
  3. Paco:

    My vps (Strasbourg ) is once again not reachable. DDoS in progress….

    March 27, 2024 @ 10:14 am | Reply
    • Mine was dead for last 2h and 13 minutes but it is now up and running again.

      March 27, 2024 @ 11:11 am | Reply

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