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    http://g3torrent.sourceforge.net/

    A feature rich and graphicaly empowered bittorrent client.

    Features

    * Queuing and downloading of multiple torrents. (Starting, stopping, pausing, queue up, queue down etc)
    * Real-time list of peer addresses and their statistics. Reverse DNS toggle-able.
    * Advanced Progress bar graphically illustrates which pieces of the file have been downloaded.
    * A graph to display upload and download rates over time. Each torrent being downloaded has it's own graph record.
    * Friends Priority System. Friends IP address can be set to get upload preference if they are downloading the same file.
    * Temporary upload priority can be given to peers by right clicking them in the list.
    * A temporary upload ban can be given to peers by right clicking them in the list.
    * With torrents that contain multiple files:
    o The user can select the order they will download in.
    + This is good in cases where you only really want 1 file in the torrent.
    + Or just want certain files to arrive before others.
    + The client will not reject peers who want to upload but do not have pieces from the file that has the immediate download priority.
    o Or they can be downloaded in a random order. (Rarest pieces first algorithm not withstanding)
    + In most cases this is the best strategy. As it is benefits the overall health of the torrent by keeping a wide range of pieces available, and reduces reliance on seeders.
    * Detailed message view for statistics and error reporting.
    * Dynamic system tray icon displays upload download statistics.
    * Peer list view can identify and display what client the peer is using. (Azureus, Shadow, and other clients that identify themselves uniquely)
    * Active torrent list is saved on exit and restored when the client is launched
    * Can be set to use user customizable folders for storing torrent and incoming files.
    * User customizable automatic stopping criteria. Torrents can be set to stop:
    1. Always automatically stop when download completes
    2. Only when there other files in queue
    3. Only After seeding for N period of time
    4. Only After uploading N% or a ratio of what you have downloaded
    5. Never automatically stop
    * User customizable upload choker (the choker determines which peer you upload to) Choices available:
    o G3 Customizable choker - More control over which peers get upload preference. Allows you to give you friends upload preference.
    o Standard Choker from Bittorrent 3.4.1a
    o Leech only mode. (Not recommended for most users as this mode will get you very poor download rates even if the torrent is well seeded)
    * User customizable color settings to change look and feel.
    * User customizable global upload rate.
    * User customizable upload behavior (upload rate / number of uploads)
    * User customizable listening ports, ip bindings
    * Utilizes the Bittorrent 3.4.1a code-base

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  2. BitTorrent   -   #2
    Uh Yeah...cpu usage 350%

    (Forgive my bad english)

  3. BitTorrent   -   #3
    DanB's Avatar Smoke weed everyday
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    Originally posted by bogaaa@22 March 2004 - 22:46
    Uh Yeah...cpu usage 350%
    SH's tips are normally spot on


    I am going to have to try this out myself and see what happens

  4. BitTorrent   -   #4
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    Nice: it is as graphically enhanced as Shareaza, yet it is probable to conform to a higher standard of the BitTorrent protocol.

  5. BitTorrent   -   #5
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    For to advanced for me .. to be able to download torrents is all I require ... abc for now.

  6. BitTorrent   -   #6
    wow nice client B)

  7. BitTorrent   -   #7
    i have two questions about this program--- does it use up cpu and ram
    does it make the downloads fast?

  8. BitTorrent   -   #8
    DanB's Avatar Smoke weed everyday
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    Originally posted by johnnytightlips2@23 March 2004 - 23:54
    i have two questions about this program--- does it use up cpu and ram
    does it make the downloads fast?
    Well I said I would try it out and report back and now I am

    This is a really nice BT client. It doesnt use up much cpu and uses about twice the amount of ram as winamp does so thats about 25,000k.

    It seemed to connect to all the available people straight away and then took off like a shot hitting 60Kbp/s in no time

    I reckon I will be switching from buggy, cpu guzzling, pc freezing ABC to this permanently

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