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Mythbusters S07E06 Exploding Bumper HDTV XVID-DVSKY [eztv]
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2009-05-14 10:43:57 GMT
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SO what... ??? the average time to download on PB is 6min.... 10/10
Amazing that there are still people out there thinking you can actually "boost" the speed of the internet (or anything else running on it). It is not like it's a car-engine you can tune in various ways.

Understand this, anyone tempted to use whatever fake stuff blossomat tries to push on you:

Your ISP regulates the speed of your internet, and short of upgrading your connection to a larger up/down speed, there is NOTHING you (or anyone else) can do about it.

Yes, of course you can make sure your various network settings, including certain firewall/router settings (many of which will only be present in some advanced firewalls/routers and/or in some OS'es), are set to optimal values for P2P networking...

... But this should certainly not entail using some kind of third-party software (which is VERY likely to contain a virus, trojan or just a lot of advertising-spam). Rather you should go find a good guide for how to do this your self (only way you can be sure that nothing "bad" is being done to your system) - Most torrent-sites and/or -clients will have links to such guides.

Also, you might want to consider the fact that setting all your network options (notably those in your router/firewall hardware) might improve performance of P2P downloading slightly, but it might also mess with everything else you might want to do on the internet (however unlikely). Thus most users shouldn't do this, but rather leave everything as is and live with the fact that they might get a few percent slower torrent downloads than they might otherwise get.

In short: There is NO way you will be able to significantly improve your torrent download speed, unless your network configuration is seriously wrong (in which case a lot of other stuff should also be problematic). The few percent increase in torrent speed is, for most people, not worth the bother.

(All this is assuming that your network config is otherwise reasonable, including that you have followed your torrent clients advise on how to open your firewall etc.)

I should know this, as I have tried almost anything there is to try, with regard to increasing torrent speeds. At my best estimate it has given me about 5% increased download speed (but ONLY when/if I download a LOT of stuff simultaneously, as in 10+ torrents active at once). Of course, my network config and my OS was reasonably well-configured to begin with (not that you should need to do anything for this to be the case, unless you are using a very old or very poor OS).
I agree with Leech101, the ISP and the ISP alone can change your internet connection speed..
No application (witch probably contains virus and crap) or any other method can make your internet connection go faster then your ISP allows.
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