What torrent client is best suited for use on the router (asuswrt-merlin) and how to configure it for optimal use of resources?

On the basis of router Asus RT-AC68U doing a kind of mini-server for torrents, phylogenesis and other things connected to USB 3.0 hard disk is formatted in ext4. The issue in selecting the torrent client, lightweight, and allow you to interact with it under windows.

Picked up:
1) Transmission (significantly slows the system itself. When the hard drive was formatted in NTFS, hung himself tightly and didn't answer)
2) Deluge
3) Rtorrent+rutorrent (there is only the web interface, set up an automatic transfer torrent files using the browser extension, too, works quickly enough and that eats up both CPU cores)

Tell me what your experience at the moment, the client is the most optimal for the described use case, and what are some tips for configuring them (best practices) (the number of connections, limits on RAM, etc.) can give?
July 9th 19 at 13:52
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July 9th 19 at 13:54
I for this purpose, most like Aria2
It is purely a command-line utility in windows is managed through a web interface (meaning that the web is raised on windows and interacts with the loader using JSON-RPC over
WebSocket)
I have it is on a router with 16MB of RAM.
Tell me how it is possible to quickly flip from Windows it torrent files? Raised aria2 on the router, there is raised the webui interface, but add a load in it uncomfortable. There's a Chrome extension, but it can only convey to the ordinary load via http. - rubye46 commented on July 9th 19 at 13:57
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Through the list in a file through the browser plugin Flashgot, using Uget Downloader. In android - transdrone.
All you need to specify the server address and the control commands, login and password or secret-token - mortimer.Hessel4 commented on July 9th 19 at 14:00
in General, aria2 in my case also "sneezed", plus the inconvenience of integration, Transmission returned to torment settings and swap, it works perfectly - rubye46 commented on July 9th 19 at 14:03

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