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    e-mule suxs even bitTorrent that i hate's better than e-mule



    for real when your downloads done it still needs 2 download more mf source
    bitTorrent's better than kmd and e-mule !

    cuz when you leav bitT it takes about 6 hurs 2 download a 3 gb game

    v1 = emules better
    v2 = bittorrent (mods)
    v3 =ckmd or kmd

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    im the only person who hates bittorrent , but i vote for it!
    guess what......... No!.....
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    ct: bomb has been defuzed!
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    1. bt
    2. emule
    3. klite


    emule if so fucking slow
    i get 300kb/s on bt all the time. emule takes like 2 days just to get out of the queue line, and the speed goes at like 2kb/s

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    lee551's Avatar no soup for you! BT Rep: +5
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    man, bt never goes above 4 kb/s for me! since i severely dislike e-mule, i'll go with k-lite cuz i get decent speeds on there for most stuff i download. B)

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    Originally posted by lee551@12 April 2004 - 01:15
    i'll go with k-lite
    good luck with that

    Emule all the way!

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    for now i'm using
    - Burst! (bittorent)
    - Overnet (ed2k)

    With eMule i'm staying in quesville
    With k-lite to many corrupted/fake files on the network
    Bittorent is usefull for me with files bigger than 700MB

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    1) Overnet Lite (but eMule might be better for LowId people)
    2) Soulseek (for music)
    3) K-Lite for some small stuff (beware of fakes/corruption)
    I've never used BT.

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    Originally posted by lee551@11 April 2004 - 18:15
    man, bt never goes above 4 kb/s for me! since i severely dislike e-mule, i'll go with k-lite cuz i get decent speeds on there for most stuff i download. B)
    You mean porn?

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    Originally posted by DWk+12 April 2004 - 05:38--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (DWk @ 12 April 2004 - 05:38)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-lee551@11 April 2004 - 18:15
    man, bt never goes above 4 kb/s for me&#33; since i severely dislike e-mule, i&#39;ll go with k-lite cuz i get decent speeds on there for most stuff i download. B)
    You mean porn? [/b][/quote]
    yeah, thats about all kazaa lite is good for nowadays.

    i do use it for bands&#39; live performances, music videos, older/popular movies, and some music if i cannot find it anywhere else.

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    With 6-8 downloads I average an 50-55kB/s download speed with emule on my 512/256kbps line. Emule is the choice of the patient user who wants a good quality file and don&#39;t need it in 30 minutes. If properly configured you get pretty good speeds...

    Just my two cents...
    Try eMule for awhile and be pleasantly surprised&#33; Money back guarantee&#33;

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    Originally posted by birk@12 April 2004 - 06:30
    With 6-8 downloads I average an 50-55kB/s download speed with emule on my 512/256kbps line. Emule is the choice of the patient user who wants a good quality file and don&#39;t need it in 30 minutes. If properly configured you get pretty good speeds...

    Just my two cents...
    Same as bittorrent.... the problem is that with bittorrent you get quality + speed (the 30 minutes you talk about )

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