Torrent client with normal memory management under Windows?


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Prompt, please, a torrent client that does not use up memory like crazy.

For example, now is uTorrent 2.2, which eats RAM up to 95%. Tried many ways but nothing helps (at the moment in settings uTorrent off option turn off Windows cache, plus the added registry keys that put minimal priority I/O operations for uTorrent, but he still eats all available memory).


Is there any torrent clients that don't do that?


PS. Naturally, it happens when downloading large files (10Gb).


PPS. I tried:

BitTorrent and Vuze

Vuze memory addressed better, but it in itself is not especially fast.
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uTorrent 2.0.2 (build 19648) uses 40MB of memory. 79 hands (5 active), 3 download (1 file larger than 10Gb).
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I don't know about 64bit seven, but I have a minimum with hundreds of great eats torrents transmission-daemon. There are attempts to build under Win.
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Hard drive is a normal buy and hold a free (as expected) half of the disk.
Plus the idiocy of low IO return back to the original.
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To eat memory can only be due to an error (we not eating) or because of the impossibility of dumping to disk.
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> now is uTorrent 2.2, which eats RAM up to 95%
> in the settings uTorrent off option disable Windows cache
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The checkbox next to the Disable Windows caching of disk reads should stand.
This solves problems devouring memory in Win7.
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you have a strange problem, in 4 years of using uTorrent such problems Windows faced. version autoupdatea 2,2,1 beta without special settings. But in the Linux version of a similar problem, intermittently watching — clogged cache and the core of which hangs uTorrent is loaded on 100%, usually going away in a few minutes or after a restart of the process. Also I wonder how to overcome, though I hope this is the problem of alpha.
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