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Question about Xrumer and Bandwidth?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by ubermann, Nov 3, 2008.

  1. ubermann

    ubermann Registered Member

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    Im getting a seperate internet connection
    for xrumer and running it on a seperate pc
    which is a p4 dual core and 2 gig of ram ,
    and I was just wondering
    how much bandwidth would be optimal.
    I have two choices a
    1 - 5mb download speed and 1 mb upload speed
    2 - 10mb download speed and 1 mb upload speed

    Would i see I big improvemnet if I went with
    number 2 or would it not be that big of a diffrence
    because the upload speed is the same?
     
  2. scriptkiddies

    scriptkiddies Junior Member

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    Hi,

    With 5 MB bandwith that not bad...
    i have 8 mb bandwith & i can run more than 400 thread a minute
    but that depend of the setting
    i mean register + decode captcha & then activate & then post take more time than to post only (blog & guestbook) etc.....
    so that depend of your target......

    i sugest u to take one pc for hrefer & then your dualcore for post

    but xrumer take more than week to understand the subtility.....

    soo good luck :)
    cheers
     
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  3. cooooookies

    cooooookies Senior Member

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    I Agree, scriptkiddies, 5MB 'ought to be enough' :).

    At least for a dual-core processor. But it depends also on the task you perform.

    But soon you might ask yourself, if it is risky to mass spam - you will possibly use vpn or elite proxies. If so: for both cases holds, that the offerors won't easily give you huge bandwidth. When using elite proxies, also have in mind, that you have a DNS leaking or say at least having many DNS requests which your provider does not like. My provider kicked my out several times and I had to restart my dsl router.

    Hope you can profit of scriptkiddies and my experience, just PM me if you have any questions.
     
  4. ubermann

    ubermann Registered Member

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    Thanks a lot I appreciate the advice from both of you and sciptkiddies. A question about cpu load If you max it will you have more unsuccessful posts? Right now I'm running about 250 thread and the cpu usage fluctuate from 0 to 50%. Lots of memory left though.
     
  5. cooooookies

    cooooookies Senior Member

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    well, if you have say 1000 threads running, this would mean that your cpu cannot serve all threads... you will get more and more connection timeouts and therefore unsucessful posts

    therefore: try to setup a number of threads where the cpu usage is a little less than 100%