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Thread: Anyone Seen This "moded" Copy Of Bittorrent?

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    Bittorrent Experimental Client

    I'm downloading Warcraft 3 off it at 38kb/s... not to bad for bittorrent

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    what do you mean "downloads right away"??

    bt always does, surely??

    and there are a load of bt clients: atm im using NovaTorrent, whihc is pretty good...all the dls in one window
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    Looks likt it just displays a lot more infor, and allows some bandwidth control. Both of those are really nice features, but should have absolutely no effect on it&#39;s ability to download files.

    I use the original BT, and I got nearly 100kb/s once; 70kb/s another time.

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    can this hide in the place that kazaa hides in after u close it?

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    shadows experimental is better

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    i used to use this experimental client a while ago
    it uses too much resources on my system
    you should look into axureus, it&#39;s faster than the experimental client (for me (mainly cos nowe i have adsl )) and it shows more detailed information than any other client i&#39;ve used
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    Originally posted by 3rd gen noob@14 September 2003 - 03:33
    i used to use this experimental client a while ago
    it uses too much resources on my system
    you should look into axureus, it&#39;s faster than the experimental client (for me (mainly cos nowe i have adsl )) and it shows more detailed information than any other client i&#39;ve used
    Hey noob, how is the fast internet connection?

    Life just took on a whole new meaning for you, eh?


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    Originally posted by 3rd gen noob@14 September 2003 - 02:33
    i used to use this experimental client a while ago
    it uses too much resources on my system
    you should look into axureus, it&#39;s faster than the experimental client (for me (mainly cos nowe i have adsl )) and it shows more detailed information than any other client i&#39;ve used
    Did you mean Azureus?
    I think i&#39;ll give it a try.

  9. BitTorrent   -   #9
    Originally posted by adamp2p@14 September 2003 - 02:46
    Hey noob, how is the fast internet connection?

    Life just took on a whole new meaning for you, eh?

    it&#39;s fantastic
    the best thing about it is being able to effectively stream 2 192k tracks at once, while uploading at 15kB/sec and still surfing faster than 56k

    @callum, yeah, i meant azureus...typo i forgot to fix :">
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  10. BitTorrent   -   #10
    By the way noob, out of curiosity, how much does it cost and what is your bandwidth?

    I here, in Los Angeles, Ca. pay &#036;50 US every month for 1500 kb/sec down and 168 kb/sec up; I hear that that is really good and the reason for such heavy bandwidth is because LA is a major metropolitan area.

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