So i bought GSA SER and GSA indexer... and i need help
2014-10-08, 06:50 AM,
#1
my LPM is only .5 right now, im running about 40 threads. My computer has an intel i7 processor and an ass load of RAM, can someone help me out with some setting or tips for SER. thanks Grin
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2014-10-08, 09:55 AM,
#2
(2014-10-08, 06:50 AM)actionbronson Wrote: my LPM is only .5 right now, im running about 40 threads. My computer has an intel i7 processor and an ass load of RAM, can someone help me out with some setting or tips for SER. thanks Grin

too low thread, make it minimum 200 with 100-120 html timeout, buy 20 semi private proxies.
make more than 20 project and it's obivious you don't use list too.

Look at my thread there's settings shared there, read the comments some tips are there too.
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Jack Daniels(2014-10-08 08:46 PM) 
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2014-10-08, 12:25 PM,
#3
What about captchas?

Do you have a captcha solver?
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2014-10-08, 12:42 PM,
#4
Here is a thread on cpaelites that has already discussed this: http://www.cpaelites.com/Thread-How-To-I...On-GSA-SER

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2014-10-08, 01:26 PM,
(This post was last modified: 2014-10-08, 01:27 PM by CPA Puppy.)
#5
He uses his own computer, do you really believe that your i7 could handle GSA SER (over 300 threads) + GSA CB + all other software on that computer.
My notebook is I7 (3630QM) with 8 Gb of ram, and only Firefox and Chrome are enough to overload it. It has something to deal with Windows 8.1 and the fact I have over 100 tabs opened only with Chrome...
But do yourself a favor and rent a VPS...
One more thing, GSA SER could use only up to ~ 3.5 Gb of your ram (it is 32bits apps with tweaks), so it never minds if you have 4 gb or 24 gb of ram...
I tried once GSA SER on one of my I5 in the office, and honesty it was very bad, because of my internet connection..
Once again GSA SER is suppose to be run on a VPS or Dedicated server, not from your home...Until you have a complete separate PC with super good internet connection dedicated to it...
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2014-10-08, 07:27 PM,
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(2014-10-08, 01:26 PM)CPA Puppy Wrote: He uses his own computer, do you really believe that your i7 could handle GSA SER (over 300 threads) + GSA CB + all other software on that computer.
My notebook is I7 (3630QM) with 8 Gb of ram, and only Firefox and Chrome are enough to overload it. It has something to deal with Windows 8.1 and the fact I have over 100 tabs opened only with Chrome...
But do yourself a favor and rent a VPS...
One more thing, GSA SER could use only up to ~ 3.5 Gb of your ram (it is 32bits apps with tweaks), so it never minds if you have 4 gb or 24 gb of ram...
I tried once GSA SER on one of my I5 in the office, and honesty it was very bad, because of my internet connection..
Once again GSA SER is suppose to be run on a VPS or Dedicated server, not from your home...Until you have a complete separate PC with super good internet connection dedicated to it...

You are right he should rent a VPS, but you realise that there is many different types of I7 processors. Obviously the one in your notebook isn't very good, as my VPS runs an i7-2600k at 3.4GHZ and I will rarely(in some cases I do) reach 100% cpu usage, this is running with 600 Threads, and Captcha Sniper at the same time.

I also have a 1GB port connection with 20TB bandwith.

My recommendations of what to look for in a VPS:

Good CPU
1GB/ps Port(some companies wont actually deliver the full speed, so find one that does)
4GB RAM(more of this is never used even if you go 1000000 threads) - your internet conection/cpu will bottleneck this, so no need for over 4GB ram.

I pay $74 a month for my dedi. Runs perfect so far, not an advertisement but the company is datashack if anyone wanted to know.
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Jack Daniels(2014-10-08 08:48 PM) 
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2014-10-08, 08:41 PM,
#7
coletrain: My CPU is good, but it is on my notebook. I do not expect from my notebook to run 24 hours GSA SER and CB and so on SEO tools. It is not suppose to do it, right?
For me I7 is high end commercial processor, and it is for notebook and home (gamer) pc.
I have Xeon X5660 on my VPS, not a big deal, but enough for me.
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2014-10-12, 06:39 PM,
#8
Make sure your LPM Are high... Do some tests you should figure it out.

Look for STrong Backlinks and after you learn GSA well you should be good.
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2014-10-13, 12:44 PM,
#9
You need GSA SER, GSA indexer and GSA captcha breaker to use it at full potential. and about the settings, it is posted here on cpa elites about how to use it and set GSA SER.
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2014-10-14, 09:08 PM,
#10
(2014-10-08, 01:26 PM)CPA Puppy Wrote: do you really believe that your i7 could handle GSA SER (over 300 threads) + GSA CB + all other software on that computer.

What the fuck are you talking about? Sure it could.
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