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    Question Best Torrent Download Tool

    as the title guys, what u usin?

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    Only BT program that's never given me problems is the original BitTorrent Client and it does everything I want so thats what I use.

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    I use azureus, i've tried so many other programs but none offer the same features/download speeds as azureus
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    bit tornado

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    Bit tornado

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    Azureus here...


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    azureus is the best i've used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamo
    bit tornado
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    For those of you about to post:

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    Azureus. It's the best if you have the resources to spare, and fastest.

    I say "if" you have the resources because with just three torrents loaded up the java engine of Azureus is using 89MB of RAM.
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    azureus + safepeer plugin on a dedicated download box. for the longest time, it was a p2 400/256mb ram. now it's a p4m/512mb ram.

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    i have to give azureus a try.
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    Azureus here also
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    Azureus is a RAM hog. It's good but very resource heavy. I'm going to dl Bit Tornado to give it a try.

    EDIT: Azureus is what I use right now, though.
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    Another vote for azureus.. Best Tool!

    EDIT: check out the new 2.300 version.. I like the new console details and Swarm graph
    Last edited by notoriousformula; 05-02-2005 at 07:41 PM.

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    Which websites you use since Suprnova died?

    I use Bit Spirit and Exeem Lite right now, but none are ideal
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    well guys i dl azureus and........ WOW!! much better than the bit torrent program i used 2 use last yr and ive got 2gb of system ram so it dnt affect me at all

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    i just tried out azureus and dont like it, too big and yeah same d/l speeds as bit tornado, bit tornado all the way nice and lean

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLaY3r07
    Azureus here...
    same
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    exeem and original bit torrent client.

    edit: uTorrent
    Last edited by Jester FPS; 07-01-2006 at 01:48 AM.
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    azureus... always seems quicker than the others ive tried
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    Bit Tornado!!

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    Bit Tornado for sure, no bull.
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    Bittornado for sure !!!

    Never had even one problem with that program and I've been using it for about a year or even longer now.

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