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  1. Here is a short guide so you don't suck up. As soon as you join READ THE RULES! Read the Wiki! Learn it! If you have read it twice or 3 times as much as you need to remember the core stuff that will get you in trouble. Don't rush to download. This is the dumbest mistake people make. They start downloading without taking a look how many uploads they have to start with. Again it will be in the Rules or Wiki. Biggest thing newbies don't understand is: you don't get to download what you want when you first join. You need to download the most leeched free/discounted torrents that you can and wait to build a buffer. For the first week or two (depending on your bandwidth) you should be solely concerned with building ratio and not at all concerned about whether you actually like the torrents you've downloaded. ( Tip: Download new freeleech torrents until you make at least 50GB upload so you can get some stuff without getting in trouble.) Forget about your animal instinct. Don't attack people, don't be rude. Keep the hate away. It will be in the rules but most people don't pay attention to it. If you do it someone will report it and you will get in trouble. Don't be scared to get involved in the tracker. Some people think that if they go under the radar, they will be safer. Not true at all. Keep the rules and you will be fine. If you need help, every single tracker has Help thread in the forum. Use it! If you have to contact Staff, most tracker have amazing staff. They will give you the best answer or solve you problem. But first try your luck at the forum if it's not urgent. Staff has their own life and they are busy. Be careful with HnR. Most trakcers have seeding requirements (time you need to seed the torrent). It will be in the Rules or Wiki but still most people don't pay attention. Join trackers you will use. Go to our review section to get knowledge about them and make your decision. You don't need a seedbox to survive in most of them. Just be smart and follow the TIP from 4. Set a calendar reminder to screenshot your stats for trackers you have invested in. They disappear over night, and it's nice to have your shit sorted for when you need to interview for a new one. AutoDL/irssi can ruin your day in seconds if you configure them wrong or don't scope a filter properly Speaking from personal experience, don't break the rules, even in benign ways. Particularly the ones about VPNs, proxies, or account sharing. The reason they're so hardcore, is because staff can't tell the difference between cheating/ban evasion/etc and some poor dude who forgot to turn off PIA. If they ask questions, it's in your interest to be open and honest. Don't be those people idling in the #disabled channel having a cry to anyone who'll listen. Own your mistakes - volunteer staff are there to maintain the health of the tracker for everyone, not listen to your dumb (and probably fabricated) sob story. Always join through official recruitment threads if available. And last: Have fun, don't stress too much. Don't get obsessed. Trackers are to get content to fill your free time, not to fill your whole day with them or your life. Mistake many people do. Have a social life outside Internet. If someone comes with something useful I will add it here.
  2. Gone are the days when torrent clients were associated solely with piracy, and if you want to take advantage of the fast download speeds that torrenting offers, you're going to need the right software. Torrenting is ideal for those occasions when you need to download a very large file. It might be a video file, or it could be a large piece of software, but if you download in the traditional way – direct from a host server – you're likely to find that it is a slow experience, particularly if other people are trying to grab the same file. With torrents, however, you can download pieces of the files you want from different people who already have them. A free torrent client will do all the hard work for you, downloading and piecing together the files, you just need to pick the one that does everything you need it to. That's why I've put together this roundup so you can select the best free torrent client for your needs while avoiding the once that are simply no good. Whether you need something simple that just gets the job done, or something more advanced that can be extended through the use of add-ons, there's something or you here. Are torrents legal? Torrents have a bad reputation due to piracy, but they aren't illegal in themselves and have lots of legitimate uses, including downloading open source software and material that's in the public domain. It all depends on the content you're downloading. Provided the copyright holder has given permission for the file to be shared this way it's fine, but using torrents to download content you'd otherwise have to pay for is illegal. qBittorrent A balance of features, speed and simplicity: the best free torrent client. No adsHandy extra toolsFewer extensions than some Some torrent clients offer every conceivable function. Others keep things as simple as possible. qBittorrent sits right in the middle, aiming to "meet the needs of most users while using as little CPU and memory as possible". It boasts an integrated torrent search engine, media player, encryption, prioritisation of torrents and the files within those torrents, IP filtering and torrent creation, and it's the closest open source, junk-free equivalent to uTorrent. If you're looking for a cross-platform torrent client that covers the essentials without getting overly complicated, qBittorrent is great. Vuze A feature-packed torrent client if you don't mind the ads.Clear, well designed interfaceExpandable via pluginsContains ads. Vuze (formerly Azureus) claims to be the most powerful BitTorrent client on Earth. We're not sure how it ranks on other planets, but it's certainly a serious contender for that title. There are two flavours: the stripped-back Vuze Leap, and the fully fledged Vuze Plus. Both offer torrent download, media playback and support for magnet file links, but Vuze Plus adds integrated virus protection and the ability to preview media files. One of Vuze's key selling points is its interface, which slices through jargon and makes even the more advanced features accessible to new users. Vuze also offers bandwidth limiting, IP filtering, and all the other features you'd expect from a robust torrent client. Definitely one of the first options to consider. Deluge A customizable client that can be as lean or powerful as you want, Cross-platform support expandable via pluginsInterface is a little sparse. Deluge has been around forever, and it can be as simple or as powerful as you want it to be. That's because it's extendable via plug-ins, which effectively enable you to build your own personalised version of Deluge. Fancy something that resembles uTorrent without the unwanted software? No problem. Want to add alphabetical downloading, move downloaded files to specific directories according to the file type, adjust speed according to network conditions, create pretty graphs, schedule everything, integrate with Chrome or Firefox, or batch-rename downloads? That's not a problem either. uTorrent uTorrent, also known as µTorrent, has been around since 2005 and it's the most widely used free torrent client outside China. It's attracted some criticism over the years, however: it's ad-supported and many users argue that the most recent versions are a little too heavy on the advertising and bundled software front. Make sure you read each step of the installer carefully and uncheck any software you don't want to install. That aside, uTorrent is useful, effective and doesn't gobble up too much of your system's resources: the entire app is smaller than a digital photo. Although it isn't the official BitTorrent app, it's been maintained by BitTorrent for the last decade. It's worth noting that uTorrent has a record of security problems, the most recent of which had the potential to let hackers control key functions of the client and spy on users' downloads. BitTorrent has since released a patch for the vulnerability. BitTorrent BitTorrent's own client, with web-based seeding and comments. Download schedulingVery smallContains ads You might be wondering why BitTorrent has its own torrent client when it also maintains uTorrent – especially when the BitTorrent app is a rebranded version of uTorrent. However, while the apps are functionally identical there are a few key differences: BitTorrent offers web-based seeding, commenting and reviewing, and you may find that the BitTorrent client is welcomed by private trackers that don't like uTorrent.
  3. Im using seedboxes.cc for about six months. I am using bat box 1000gb 20gbps up 20gbps down with unlimited traffic and 5 vCpu cores. after the purchase I got the seedbox immediatley with static ip for seedbox client. I managed to upload at least 1.5 TB a month. the highest amount of upload that I had was 4 TB per month. with high seed & high leech torrents I managed to get max download & upload rate which I mention below Max download: 250 MB/s Max upload rate: 20 MB/s their WebGUI is user friendly. it shows you the usage graph of traffic & diskspace. it allows you to use 3 torrent webUI clients rutorrent, deluge, transmission according to your preference. it has filezilla configuration for upload/download using filezilla FTP client. it has SSH access using putty & HTTPS access via browser or download manager. they have their own VPN client program which is easy to use. also allow you to download & use openvpn configuration and softEther L2tp configuration. you can even use your static ip address of seedbox as a vpn with static ip which is useful when browsing private trackers. you can also install useful application on your seedbox. I mention these applications below. seedbucket, sabnzb, btsync, couchpotato, madsonic, subsonic, sickbeard, nzbget, teamspeak, plex media server & so on. I found some of these applications very useful. for example I used seedbucket to upload torrent on private trackers that make it easy. I used sabnzb for downloading files from usenet with a valid subscription to usenet. the most useful application for me is plex media server which allows me to stream 1080p content from seedbox to my pc using vlc & from seedbox to android box via vlc. you can even stream 2160p 4k content with plans that has 8vCpu cores up to 24vCpu cores. their support system is responsible and will reply your ticket as soon as they see it. hope this helps
  4. LG's new lineup of TV models B9, C9, E9 (all screen sizes) can run games @4K native resolution and 120fps. It has support for 4K Cinema HDR (Dolby Vision®, HDR10, HLG), HDR Dynamic Tone Mapping Pro. This new line-up of TVs have HDMI 2.2 which enables to play @4K 60FPS, have Bluetooth connectivity 5.0, has 40W speakers with 20W woofers, Dolby atmos, DTS-HD. It boasts that it has 1 ms response time with 13.1 ms input lag, and supports G-SYNC, with the support to Variable Refresh Rate(VRR) and Auto Low Latency Mode(ALLM). This new lineup is powered by alpha gen 2 processor. It is Amazon's Alexa compatible, which is built into the software. In reality we can't run 4K @120FPS because the necessary hardware support isn't there, but we can run 1080p and 1440p HDR modes @120FPS+ for more info watch
  5. A. Reciti nam nešto o sebi? Moje ime je Dalibor, mozete me zvat Dado B. Kako ste pronašli InviteHawk? A slučajno C. Koje torent lokacije traže? (Navedite nijednu ako samo pregledavate) Revolutiontt D. Koristite li istu adresu e-pošte na InviteHawk kao i na trackerima? (Ako da, promijenite njegov profil ili ga kontaktirajte) Promijenjen ču kasnije E. Imate li kakvih prijedloga za InviteHawk? Ne još
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