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    Thumbs up Pulsedmedia.com

    I tried the smallest SSD Seedbox 100G.

    I like their services , it's not oversold and you can get pretty decent speeds for a very reasonable price.

    https://i.imgur.com/aOC2EdE.png?1

    I was able to hit 98-99 Mo/s DL and 80+ Mo/s UL.

    I'm sure it has a real SSD storage because when I delete torrent with 1500++ files it doesn't crash the box as a normal HDD would do. I've never seen the speeds lowering because cache was full.

    Unfortunately for me , the FTP speeds where way too slow to Canada.

    I would definitely recommend pulsedmedia to anybody in Europe.
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    I’ll tell you that I requested one from them.
    I got their M1000 S (2TB storage, 1gb link), which I am still amazed with the price until now.

    As for the seedbox itself, so far I’ve had a pretty bad first impression. It’s been over 6 hours that I requested the service, and the seedbox is still not setup, support also haven’t gave a feedback on my ticket also.
    Maybe I am spoiled by my previous two seedboxes where I got instant service.

    Hopefully they will fix it soon and I will come back and say that I was being too picky and the seedbox is very good.

    Good review BTW!
    Last edited by isNN; 02-25-2018 at 03:18 AM.
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    Thanks for your recommendation. I might give it a try, the pricing is so tempting.

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    I wasn’t impressed at all with them.
    I think you get what you pay after all. I prefer to pay a few euros more and have very better service on ultraseedbox with Plex support.

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    Ultraseedbox also in my consideration..

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    Quote Originally Posted by gabwebsite View Post
    I tried the smallest SSD Seedbox 100G.

    I like their services , it's not oversold and you can get pretty decent speeds for a very reasonable price.

    https://i.imgur.com/aOC2EdE.png?1

    I was able to hit 98-99 Mo/s DL and 80+ Mo/s UL.

    I'm sure it has a real SSD storage because when I delete torrent with 1500++ files it doesn't crash the box as a normal HDD would do. I've never seen the speeds lowering because cache was full.

    Unfortunately for me , the FTP speeds where way too slow to Canada.

    I would definitely recommend pulsedmedia to anybody in Europe.
    on a normal seedbox HDD, the box won't crash if you first stop the torrent, then you delete it, no crash certified

    it will crash if you DON'T stop the torrent first and try to delete..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhialto View Post
    on a normal seedbox HDD, the box won't crash if you first stop the torrent, then you delete it, no crash certified

    it will crash if you DON'T stop the torrent first and try to delete..
    This is VERY good to know
    Maybe I’ll stop crashing mine 2x/day now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by isNN View Post
    This is VERY good to know
    Maybe Iíll stop crashing mine 2x/day now.
    The safest way to delete files is via FTP. It's not as easy as to delete files/torrents via the gui (rtorrent etc), but everything is deleted via FTP. I have noticed that when i delete via the guy some files remain on the server and take HDD space, while you can't see those files on the client (rtorrent etc).

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheTrader View Post
    The safest way to delete files is via FTP. It's not as easy as to delete files/torrents via the gui (rtorrent etc), but everything is deleted via FTP. I have noticed that when i delete via the guy some files remain on the server and take HDD space, while you can't see those files on the client (rtorrent etc).
    he have to do it both ways, deleting trough FTP will delete the files but the torrent will still remain in the GUI and must be deleted as well..(but always stop it first of course)..


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