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What type of System are you Running with Zennoposter?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by EloquentGentleman, Dec 4, 2012.

  1. EloquentGentleman

    EloquentGentleman Registered Member

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    Share what your system specs are (processor, memory) running Zennoposter and what tasks your doing with Zennoposter (account creation, blog postings, social media updates, submissions, etc. and how frequently you do tasks).

    Thinking of getting Zennoposter, but want an idea of the type of laptop I should get.

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    harware is important but Your conection is important too.
    plugin zenblog for zennoposter works fine on weak laptop win7 wth 2GB ram but there I have standard version (5threads)
     
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    Zenno doesn't really need a lot of power if you're running 5 threads (standard version)...

    Most of it's time is spent 'waiting'. If it was doing heavy spinning/processing and hitting 50 threads or something, it would matter (like a powerful article/wiki poster).

    I personally never use laptops for SEO servers; but I understand people like a small footprint/portable machine. You ALWAYS need a more powerful laptop than desktop (like-for-like comparisom). It's kind of pointless buying anything less than a dual-core with 4Gb RAM, and quad-core AMD laptops have dropped massively in price. But you'll still pay 2-3 times the money for a machine with equivalent power to a desktop.

    I always use 6-8 core AMD's with 8GB RAM and 120GB SSD HD for our SEO servers. Stick 'em on a 10Mb+ ADSL/cable line and they fly with anything. In the UK, I can buy this for around £225 + VAT (no monitor).
     
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  4. EloquentGentleman

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    @jascoken how well do you think a laptop with a Intel i3 2.4 ghz processor with 4 gigs memory would perform running around 50 threads?

    I ask because I haven't really looked into AMD quad core processors (don't even know the price compared to intel i3,5,7 line of processors)
     
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    I've never ran ZP with more than 5 threads (standard version); but your spec would be ample for that.
     
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    What type of tasks and how many do you run on 5 threads if I may ask?
     
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    Make sure to have some good amount of ram as that is the factor that will run out first.
    The rest can be as you wish.

    Greetings
     
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    Those with under performing rigs might want to check out the free Razer Game Booster. You can drag 'n' drop programmes into the interface and it claims to shut down non-essential Windows resources.

    I've tried it with ZP4, and it seems to do the trick!