FAQ

What is my Ratio?


There is no Ratio system on KickAssTorrents. We do not record Download and Upload stats. It is useless at KickAssTorrents as we are a public site.

... but anyway, since so many people want to know ...
The Ratio is the amount that you have Uploaded divided by the amount you have Downloaded. (In general, you should try to keep this ratio > 1.) This is very important on some sites. On some sites, if you don't upload enough, you will lose your downloading privileges.

One of the many great things about KAT is that there are no rules about ratios.

39 comments    2100 views    added 16 Jul 2012, 17:59

222

Share this question

To share this question use the code below and insert it into comments, status messages, forum posts or your signature.

FAQ: What is my Ratio?

Top Comments

15
Anomolous22.62K • 07 May 2015, 08:05
It's a question that people have.
6
SimianLine318 • 06 May 2015, 20:28
Why you write about Ratio?
6
nonguru25 • 09 May 2015, 16:29
its like thevault.bz and others private tracker site that use ratio

All Comments

0
Hawk-07929 • 30 Aug 2015, 21:48 Show comment
Thank you for the clarification
1
izique8 • 29 Aug 2015, 08:43 Show comment
TAHNKS
1
GunjanDas314 • 27 Aug 2015, 17:20 Show comment
There is no need to start Ratio system.
3
krimo_elbahri1134 • 13 Aug 2015, 21:36 Show comment
this is very nice :)
2
saifsmailbox1384 • 11 Aug 2015, 15:56 Show comment
How do they track my upload/download ratio?
2
Anomolous22.62K • 12 Aug 2015, 00:33 Show comment
KAT doesn't track your ratio. biggrin

2
Deevious11.35K • 08 Aug 2015, 23:08 Show comment
Can website even track the ratio unless they do it through the tracker itself?
1
Anomolous22.62K • 12 Aug 2015, 00:32 Show comment
Some sites give some sort of ratio info without a personally identifiable tracker, but it's understood to be inaccurate. Demonoid used to.

Private sites with strict ratio policies require your torrent to be made as a private torrent (no DHT or PEX) and each member has their own personal identification info as part of the tracker. Even that's not foolproof.

Show More All
Report a bug