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VPS Servers

AMD Ryzen CPUs with NVMe Storage and 1 Gigabit FREE

Highest Performing VPS

Not all hosting is created equal. Competitors use old dual Xeon servers with slower components to maximize revenue. MojoHost sets the bar high by using the most performant hardware: AMD Ryzen processors, NVMe storage, and DDR4 memory. Never pay for overages again with unlimited bandwidth on all MojoHost VPS plans. Enjoy tremendous uptime and high performance with MojoHost’s Noction™ routing technology. The best service and support has #GoodMojo

  • Grow with 100GB – 7TB Scalable Storage
  • FREE Volumetric DDOS Protection
$29.88 / mo

Geekbench Score 2,867

  • 2 vCPU 4GB RAM
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • 300 Megabit Network
$58.88 / mo

Geekbench Score 5,734

  • 4 vCPU 8GB RAM
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • 600 Megabit Network
$86.88 / mo

Geekbench Score 8,601

  • 6 vCPU 12GB RAM
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • 600 Megabit Network
$114.88 / mo

Geekbench Score 11,469

  • 8 vCPU 15GB RAM
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • 1 Gigabit Network
$149.88 / mo

Geekbench Score 22,938

  • 16 vCPU 30GB RAM
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • 1 Gigabit Network
$249.88 / mo

Geekbench Score 45,876

  • 32 vCPU 60GB RAM
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • 1 Gigabit Network

Why Choose VPS?

Our clients often opt for virtual private servers over dedicated servers because they are more affordable, easy to scale, flexible in handling different volumes of traffic, and they can be set up immediately. For most low-to-mid traffic websites, a VPS hosting solution will meet or exceed all their needs and keep the costs low. With advances in hardware technology and proper management by your web host, VPS can perform just as well as a dedicated server.

For the majority of small to midsize websites, a VPS solution is the best hosting option. It is a middle ground between shared hosting and dedicated servers. Unlike shared hosting, you get a set number of resources allocated to your VPS. You get many of the same benefits as you would when buying a dedicated server for a more affordable price. As your business grows, it’s a very simple process to upgrade hosting packages. MojoHost is known for their industry leading support and can help facilitate any upgrades needed.


VPS Hosting costs a fraction of what dedicated servers do and offers many of the same benefits and advantages.


Increase available resources like CPU, RAM, and storage. Upgrades are fast and easy!


No restrictions. VPS provides complete access so you can enable, disable, install, or remove any software you wish.

How Are VPS And Dedicated Different?

Before we compare VPS Hosting vs Dedicated Hosting, we need to understand what they both mean and how they function. Getting started with the right hosting plan is crucial to your website’s success, so let’s get this right.

VPS Hosting

A virtual private server (VPS) uses virtualization technology to divide a dedicated server into several private servers, each having their own dedicated resources such as RAM and CPU. While multiple virtual private servers are sharing space on one physical server, they each can run their own operating systems and have their own dedicated memory.

The huge difference between VPS and shared hosting is that a Virtual Server isn’t affected by resource usage of other tenants. With resources reserved for your exclusive use, you would not suffer if one your neighbors has a traffic spike.

Dedicated Hosting

A dedicated server means that you have the entire physical server and all its resources dedicated to your website(s). You have full control over the physical hardware inside your server and the software that’s running on it. You have access to all the resources on the physical server, including the hard drive storage capacity, memory, and processing power.

An Analogy To Compare The Differences Between VPS And Dedicated Hosting

Think of a virtual private server (VPS)

as renting a private room at a restaurant for a special event. Instead of sitting with all the other guests in the open restaurant, you have your own private space reserved for only your guests. You can arrange the room and decorate how you like, but you still share the staff, kitchen, and amenities with the other restaurant patrons.

Think of a dedicated server

as renting out the entire venue for your own exclusive event. There are no other guests and nobody else sending orders to the kitchen and the entire staff is dedicated solely to you and your needs. While this option gives you complete control over the restaurant, it will also be more expensive.

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