Category: Benchmarking

Benchmark of my E8400

A benchmark of my overclocked E8400. You can read about the details of this system in this post. [divider]System Specs[/divider] RAM 8 GB HDD 1827 GB CPU Model Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU E8400 @ 3.00GHz CPU Cores 2 CPU Speed 4095 MHz CPU Cache 6144 KB [divider]UnixBench[/divider] UnixBench (w/ all processors) 3102.4 UnixBench (w/ one

RunAbove Sandbox

A quick draft with results for my RunAbove Cloud Sandbox. The description of the RunAbove service is as follows: For developer, by developers. RunAbove has been created by the OVH Group. We want to change the way you look at Cloud Computing Services. Based on a new vision of Cloud Computing Services, RunAbove is the

Benchmark of Berry Servers

Hi friends, I reckon, most people who know the k0nsl, they also know I’m a sucker for new stuff, right? Well…not in a material sense, of course! I could care less for any material things. But back to “Berry Servers”: when they launched their VPS line I almost hit the order button instantly, at the

Backupsy — a month later!

I’ve been with Backupsy for about one month now, I started my service with them at 09/14/2014 and up until now everything has been functioning as expected; no issues. The recent emergency maintenance which subsequently meant moving the node to another rack meant nothing, it all seamlessly went past me without any hiccups. The only

Backupsy – basic tests

I’ve been using Backupsy (https://backupsy.com/) for backing up some of my data and their service has been good for me, so far. I have nothing to complain about from my own experience this far! Here’s some basic tests: [divider]PetaByet Benchmark[/divider] [divider]Speedtest.net Test[/divider] [divider]Disk Benchmark[/divider] Yes…I know – “dd”, ahem. But this is a quick and

Makonix SIA / YourServerSE

I’m just putting these PetaByet benchmarks up for the moment. They will be complimented with more content in another post after I’ve got to know their services more intimately. Makonix SIA / YourServerSE offer locations in Sweden and Latvia. The VPSes are running nginx, PHP-FPM, IRCd and SoftEther VPN and so far both are working

A generic benchmark of DigitalOcean NYC3

Just a generic benchmark of DO’s NYC3 location. [divider]Basics[/divider] Link: https://k0nsl.org/blog/k1/uploads/2014/08/digitalocean-nyc3-generic-test02_k0nsl1.png Link: https://k0nsl.org/blog/k1/uploads/2014/08/digitalocean-nyc3-generic-test02_k0nsl.png [divider]PetaByet Benchmark[/divider] [divider]UnixBench[/divider] All CPUs: 1443.7 1 CPU: 1388.3 [divider]ServerBear Benchmark[/divider] http://serverbear.com/benchmark/2014/08/21/ozQzVE3fB9bzOBLm [divider]Get it[/divider] You can spin up your own VPS with DigitalOcean in just 60 seconds, via this link here. This particular location (NYC3) has IPv6.