HostHatch - New non-sale pricing
I just noticed that HostHatch have revamped their standard (non-sale) pricing and moved the plans to their new platform with AMD EPYC CPUs and Samsung Gen4 NVMe drives.
There's definitely tradeoffs in that the newer plans come with less disk space and therefore a worse memory to disk ratio, which is my main pain point with HostHatch's plans. It's mostly a nice improvement though.
4 dedicated cores + 16GB RAM + 100GB storage used to be $40/month, but a kinda similar plan with 4 cores (2 dedicated and 2 fair share) + 16GB RAM + 75GB storage is now only $15/month. That's pretty competitive if you look at what other providers with higher-end AMD Ryzen or EPYC processors (like BuyVM, Nexusbytes, etc) offer for that price.
The old pricing started at $5/month for one core (50% dedicated), 2GB RAM and 20GB space, going up to $160/month for 16 dedicated cores, 64GB RAM and 340GB space The new pricing starts at $4/month for one core (fair share), 2GB RAM and 10GB space, going up to $69/month (nice) for 16 cores (8 dedicated, 8 fair share), 96GB RAM and 250GB space.
I think that's actually some of the best pricing I've seen for a server with AMD EPYC, 96GB RAM, and NVMe disks in countries like the USA and Australia. If only the disk space was a bit larger! Disk only being 2.5x the size of the RAM is an unusual ratio.
Their support is still pretty slow/unresponsive at times. Sometimes my tickets take over a month to get a response. That's probably one of their tradeoffs to save money, but I hope it gets a bit better over time - It's the one thing that seems to hold them back, based on other customers' comments on OGF. The plans are really great when they work, and I personally haven't had any major issues (knock on wood).
(no I'm not affiliated with them in any way - these are just my thoughts as a customer)