SebbesApa

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  1. Yes' date=' someday... Are you going to upgrade from Win2k3 someday? ... [/quote'] Lulz
  2. Maybe it is AV related ? Any screenshots ? At that moment I was picking out random torrents from tpb just to max out my connection and to recreate the disk overload bug, so i can't remember that specific torrent. Later i got the same "Flushing to disk" but with a (32) instead of (3388). Don't think it is a specific-torrent related issue. I have excluded uTorrent from Microsoft Security Essentials now, will see if that helps. Have no screenshots at the moment. Nop still using 15% of my i7 quad core with AV disabled. screenshot: http://bayimg.com/nAMoAAadG
  3. Maybe it is AV related ? Any screenshots ? At that moment I was picking out random torrents from tpb just to max out my connection and to recreate the disk overload bug, so i can't remember that specific torrent. Later i got the same "Flushing to disk" but with a (32) instead of (3388). Don't think it is a specific-torrent related issue. I have excluded uTorrent from Microsoft Security Essentials now, will see if that helps. Have no screenshots at the moment.
  4. Another thing i notice is that i can override the automatic cache size and get rid of the disk overload when i crank it up to max (1800 MiB), but when a torrent is finished i get a "Flushing to disk (3388)" in the "Status" for that specific torrent. And on a side note uTorrent is eating up 15% of my i7 quad core, where libtorrent-based clients such as qBittorrent / Deluge only uses 2% max even when hashing and down/uploading. Btw I'm on win7 x64 with uT 26710. And as i mentioned earlier my hdd is not the bottleneck, i can do 100mbis up and down concurrent with qBittorrent and Deluge.
  5. 100Mbit/s up and down Nice Actual speed (Concurrent up & down) ? Or max connection speed ? False positive :mad: Getting disk overload again when seeding 10 and downloading 10 torrents... I can max my speed and have concurrent 100mbis up and 100mbits down in eg. qBittorrent and Deluge, so my hdd is not the bottleneck. Sorry for the false hope :/
  6. at what speeds? 100Mbit/s up and down
  7. No "Disk overload 100%" for me now with 26710. EDIT DAME! Not any more... :mad: Getting disk overload again when seeding 10 and downloading 10 torrents...