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    uTorrent and nothing but uTorrent. I've been using it pretty much since the time it went public and haven't looked back since.

    Previous to that it was Eike Frost's Experimental Client, then SHAD0W's Experimental Client and then Azureus.

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    I can get decent speeds to save my life, but uploads go pretty well, it really pisses me off. I have tried about every different setting I can find and still get ty DL speeds

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatfreepork
    use torrentspy.com and bittornado
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    BitComet is #1
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    uTorrent's the best for me.

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    Personaly my favorite is BitLord. I've used azeurus and like BitLord better.
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    I never had any success with any torrent at all. I download the .torrent file, run Bittorrent or whatever, and all it does is sit there and do nothing. I left it for 24 hours and it still was at 0% with no ETA.

    I'm probably just doing something wrong but I gave up. Not like I had a big use for it anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mortal
    uTorrent and nothing but uTorrent. I've been using it pretty much since the time it went public and haven't looked back since.
    FTW.

    basically the best one out there, no need to use anything else.

    I use isohunt.com and mininova.org for torrents
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    Azereus using torrentspy, torrentbox, or isohunt.

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    Utorrent FTW.
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    uTorrent, Azerous isint bad and has sime nice features/plugins but it can eat cpu clocks (even on a nice dual core setup) and memory (yea Java)
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    uTorrent

    FirstTorrent client I have ever got on with... it's managed to stay installed for 2 weeks now
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    for getting the WM games for my TV collection I use BitComet...not the fastest but better regarding resources as azureus (think I miss-spelled it as always )
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    Tryed them all, thought it was bittornado.

    Well all i can say UTORRENT RULES!!!!!!!!!!

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    Bitlord

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    Azureus + Safepeer

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    Nothing beats the good ol' Azureus, although quite high on resources.
    uTorrent is a good and smaller alternative

    Don't forget to get PeerGuardian while downloading!

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    uTorrent +fiftyelven
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    utorrent for me

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    I am so sick of net getting halfway decent DL speeds. It's really pissing me off.

    I have tried getting dl's from at least three different locations, all with DSL or faster, tried different TOrrent programs, have tried different torrents, tried for the same torrrent with different computers and lucky to get above 60-80KPS..

    I am seriously doubting people getting 100+kPS downloads.

    How the hell do I configure the programs to maximize speeds?

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    Can't help you, just depends on the seeders IIRC. Some torrents I get 80k others 200-300k.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WesM63
    Can't help you, just depends on the seeders IIRC. Some torrents I get 80k others 200-300k.

    yeah but can you guess your AVG speed?

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