marlene_Tromp69 answered on October 3rd 19 at 02:44
To increase the memory limit in the settings of the torrent client?
Roscoe answered on October 3rd 19 at 02:46
Try to reset the whole movie on a virtual disk in RAM. If the problem is with the HDD (and probably is), it will help you.
Jaclyn_Ro answered on October 3rd 19 at 02:48
Hard drives under cooling? Again, what specifically, for example, my genovy WD (on 2Tb) can be shut up very much (about 5Mb/s on stream, periodic defragmentation saves the day, but I have NTFS) if, in 2 threads dealing with it, so he moved to the multimedia player. Again, can adversely affect heating.
Well, to solve this problem is possible unless the constraint speeds in the torrent tracker. You yourself probably know that it's the HDD, the head one. And when she has actively run in one, in another place, normal reading speed is reached. It is possible of course to play with the caching, but will not help here.
Well, probably you wanted to say 2Tb hdd x 3
Brandy_Mull answered on October 3rd 19 at 02:50
Tried using ionice torrent client lower the priority?
tyshawn70 answered on October 3rd 19 at 02:52
The simplest way is to increase the cache of the player.
lane40 answered on October 3rd 19 at 02:54
You can still bring torrents on the selected filipovice, which, for example, separately to the router (with torrents) are connected.
Lavina_Rolfson answered on October 3rd 19 at 02:56
Judging by the period 2-3 seconds, then plugging occurs when odczytywanie of the movie in the video buffer of the player, and probably stems from the fact that the disk is overloaded on the read/write.
You can dig in the following areas:
1) use a player with proactive reading
Ie to pre-fill the buffer, but not immediately before the previous ended.
2) before viewing copy of the film on a separate physical disk (second HDD) or in RAM disk
3) to reduce the priority of the torrent to the operation of the read/write waiting for the player.