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Minecraft Server Hardware

USA

Seattle, Washington: E-2236 @ 4.8GHz, DDR4-2667 RAM, NVMe SSDs in RAID1
Los Angeles, California: E-2236 @ 4.8GHz, DDR4-2667 RAM, NVMe SSDs in RAID1
Phoenix, Arizona: E-2186G @ 4.7GHz, DDR4-2667 RAM, SSDs in RAID1
Chicago, Illinois (1-16): E3-1240v5 @ 3.9GHz, DDR4-2133 RAM, SSDs in RAID1
Chicago, Illinois (17+): E3-1240v3 @ 3.8GHz, DDR3-1600 RAM, SSDs in RAID1
Dallas, Texas: E-2236 @ 4.8GHz, DDR4-2667 RAM, NVMe SSDs in RAID1
Ashburn, Virginia (1-15): E-2186G @ 4.7GHz, DDR4-2667 RAM, SSDs in RAID1
Ashburn, Virginia (16-18): E-2136 @ 4.5GHz, DDR4-2666 RAM, NVMe SSDs in RAID1
Tampa, Florida: E-2236 @ 4.8GHz, DDR4-2667 RAM, NVMe SSDs in RAID1

Canada

Montreal, Quebec: E-2136 @ 4.5GHz, DDR4-2666 RAM, NVMe SSDs in RAID1

Europe

Amsterdam, NL: E-2186G @ 4.7GHz, DDR4-2667 RAM, SSDs in RAID1
Frankfurt, DE: E-2136 @ 4.5GHz, DDR4-2666 RAM, NVMe SSDs in RAID1
London, UK: E-2136 @ 4.5GHz, DDR4-2666 RAM, NVMe SSDs in RAID1
Roubaix, FR: E-2136 @ 4.5GHz, DDR4-2666 RAM, NVMe SSDs in RAID1
Warsaw, PL: E-2136 @ 4.5GHz, DDR4-2666 RAM, NVMe SSDs in RAID1 

Australia and Singapore

Sydney, AU: i7-7700k @ 5GHz, DDR4-2400 RAM, NVMe SSDs in RAID1
Singapore, SG: i7-7700k @ 5GHz, DDR4-2400 RAM, NVMe SSDs in RAID1

Why do you use Xeon CPUs for Minecraft?

While some Xeon CPUs have poor single-threaded performance, there are some Xeon CPUs that are geared more for single-threaded performance and can perform better than desktop processors that you'd typically find in a gaming PC.

For example, we use Intel's Xeon E-2186G processors at a few of our locations, which scores 2,731 in Passmark's single-threaded benchmarks. In comparison, an i5-9600k has a single thread rating of 2,679.

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