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How To Maintain Your Ratio

Discussion in 'Tips & Tutorials' started by desiadmin, Dec 12, 2016.

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  1. desiadmin

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    If you’re brand-new to site, it will be difficult in the beginning to acquire a 1.0 ratio. We are asking you for only maintain a 0.2 ratio only. Here are some Tips to get your ratio in top-shape as fast as possible:

    1. START OUT WITH SMALLER FILES
    Initially, opt for smaller (i.e. under 1 GB) files for downloading. This gives you a greater chance of someone coming along after you and downloading the same torrent (and you’ll be able to upload to them). Obviously a 700MB movie file will be more appealing to other site members than a 2GB ‘Blu-Ray’ rip.

    2. JUMP ON THE ‘NEWLY RELEASED’ TORRENTS
    This is a great tip for increasing your ratio in a hurry. Refresh the torrent listings frequently. Newly added entries will have many more leechers than seeds, so you’ll be able to share (upload) more data. To maximize this tip, select smaller files – DVD Rip category works great for this.

    3. SELECT FILES THAT HAVE A HIGH ‘L’ OR UPLOAD NUMBER
    This is important. When selecting torrents, base your initial selections on a high number of leechers (the more, the better). This will ensure you have many avenues to upload to during (and after) the transfer. You should download torrents that you don’t want – just start grabbing torrents that have lots of leechers. Once your ratio get over the 1:1 (1.0) mark, delete them.If one of your seeding torrents remains popular, leave it running in µtorrent permanently. This will always help to boost your upload ratio.

    4. AVOID ‘ZERO-LEECH’ TORRENTS
    When you’re new to site, steer clear of the ‘zero-leech’ torrents – it is impossible to increase your share ratio when there are no other downloaders. When viewing a list of torrents, look for the “Leecher” column (or just “L”) and avoid anything that has a zero ( “0” ) in it. After your account ratio has become relatively stable, now is the time to snag whatever you want.

    5. LEAVE SOME TASKS RUNNING IN UTORRENT
    After the completed download of a torrent, leave the task running (as a seed) in µtorrent to increase your upload statistics. Don’t delete (or move) the files of a running task! You can, however, extract (unRAR) the files, or copy the files from one place to the next. In the event of a movie/video file – you’ll be able to “burn” or “extract” the *.avi file (or even play it on the PC) without affecting the seeding torrent. Always keep a few things running as ‘seeds’ in your BT client. If you notice that they aren’t uploading, replace them with newer ones.

    6. GO FOR THE ‘FREELEECH’ DOWNLOADS
    Download freeleech torrents that won’t count against your download statistics (thus, your ratio will remain unchanged).

    7. SET A PROPER UPLOAD LIMIT
    Setting a proper upload limit in the BT client makes all the difference! You’ll want to supply a high enough limit to maximize uploading, but not have it eat into your download bandwidth. The general rule is to set it at 80 – 85% of your upload limit. To figure this out, visit www.speedtest.net and conduct the simple test. Results are shown in kilobits, so divide the result by 1/8 and then multiply that by 0.85. This will give you the proper number in KB/s (KiloBytes).

    In µtorrent, go to OPTIONS > Preferences… > Connection and enter your upload rate. Click “Apply” and then “OK” to save the changes. While your in that same ‘settings’ page, make sure to use a port number from the good list (e.g. 49152 – 65535).

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    USE OUR BONUS SYSTEM TO BUY UPLOAD CREDIT. SEED YOUR TORRENTS AS LONG AS POSSIBLE AND GET BONUS POINTS

    DO NOT ‘HIT & RUN’

    A ‘Hit & Run’ (or H&R) is when someone joins a private tracker, and downloads as much as they can before making off without uploading to a proper ratio. Contribute what you can an help your fellow pirates.

    Stick within these guidelines for HAPPY Torrenting!

    Source Credits: torrentfreak.com
     
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