Well, this is weird: I was used to get Raza speeds of no more than 10-12 KB/s (if there were Raza clients in my d/l sources), or 5-6 KB/s (if there were only ed2k ones). This was the reason that as I explained in a previous post, Raza had become my fourth choice (after BT, IRC, and FT).
Imagine my amazement then, when I saw today file ("Requiem for a Dream" video), running at 35-40 KB/s in Raza! Not only that, but the source was an emule client!!! Considering that I was also d/ling two other files in Raza (with usual speeds of 5-6 KB/s, AND an IRC file at a 10 KB/s), my 512/128 connection was maxed out. WHich simply means, that maybe this 35-40 KB/s might have an even higher potential.
I tried to see what could be the reason. The only thing I noticed was that the generous client providing me this speed was an emule v.0.61, whereas the others who were queuing me were v.0.3 or v.0.4. Maybe this was a coincidence, maybe not.
Does anyone have a clue about this? Does this newer version of emule work better as far transfer speeds are concerned?