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PC Specs Configurations for streaming 1080p with 60 fps for PC Games

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Why are you buying a 6th gen intel core CPU? :P 8th gen is much better and pretty much the same price. Also means you get a better motherboard etc.

 

https://ark.intel.com/products/series/122593/8th-Generation-Intel-Core-i7-Processors

 

Current gen CPUs, if you want i7, but here's i5:

 

https://ark.intel.com/products/series/122597/8th-Generation-Intel-Core-i5-Processors

 

And they also introduced i9:

https://ark.intel.com/products/series/134928/8th-Generation-Intel-Core-i9-Processors

 

You probably want 8700K or 8600K.

 

https://ark.intel.com/products/126684/Intel-Core-i7-8700K-Processor-12M-Cache-up-to-4_70-GHz

https://ark.intel.com/products/94189/Intel-Core-i7-6800K-Processor-15M-Cache-up-to-3_60-GHz

 

Much faster, a tiny bit smaller cache, using a lot less watt, natively supports faster RAM. Also better motherboard.

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I bought it before 8th gen was out. I already have the PC built 

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3 minutes ago, Soundelite said:

I bought it before 8th gen was out. I already have the PC built 

 

Ah, okay, now I get it! :P I think your opening post is a bit confusing! :D 

 

What do you want from us? :P 

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1 minute ago, MMDE said:

 

Ah, okay, now I get it! :P I think your opening post is a bit confusing! :D 

sorry about that i don't usually go on forums like that. I was just curios if its better to make a second rig to stream rather get on rig that does it all.

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Quality of your stream is heavily dependent on your upload speed, and your cpu being able to run whichever streaming program you use plus whatever game you're running under heavy loads without receiving thermal throttling 

 

If you're really concerned about it, you can always have a second computer handle just the streaming while the main one is for games

 

 

For your amd build, you don't need such an expensive mobo, I use the x470 for my ryzen 2700x build and it's less than half the price of that one

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Just now, SnowxSakura said:

Quality of your stream is heavily dependent on your upload speed, and your cpu being able to run whichever streaming program you use plus whatever game you're running under heavy loads without receiving thermal throttling 

 

This is true. But it looked fine, and I think you can get the GPU to do the encoding, so CPU won't be as much affected! :) 

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So my upload speed is 20 to 22 mbps is that enough for 1080p 60 fps other than the cpu.

3 minutes ago, SnowxSakura said:

Quality of your stream is heavily dependent on your upload speed, and your cpu being able to run whichever streaming program you use plus whatever game you're running under heavy loads without receiving thermal throttling 

 

If you're really concerned about it, you can always have a second computer handle just the streaming while the main one is for games

 

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2 minutes ago, MMDE said:

 

This is true. But it looked fine, and I think you can get the GPU to do the encoding, so CPU won't be as much affected! :) 

Depends on the GPU, a lot of newer games are GPU intensive really, although a 1080ti would be okay on that front, but going sli/crossfire with dual gpus would make it easier 

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Would you say the upload speed is okay or is it really that bad that i need another gpu to make up for it.

2 minutes ago, SnowxSakura said:

Depends on the GPU, a lot of newer games are GPU intensive really, although a 1080ti would be okay on that front, but going sli/crossfire with dual gpus would make it easier 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, SnowxSakura said:

Depends on the GPU, a lot of newer games are GPU intensive really, although a 1080ti would be okay on that front, but going sli/crossfire with dual gpus would make it easier 

 

He's asking about 1080p 60fps :P 

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3 minutes ago, MMDE said:

 

He's asking about 1080p 60fps :P 

I'm aware, but if we are talking about ultra settings on games, they're still incredibly intensive on a GPU. 

 

Plus there are some pc games that just can't hit 60 fps in areas of the game depending on how populated it is.

Downtown Boston in fallout 4 is pretty bad about it, it averages around 40 fps there

4 minutes ago, Soundelite said:

Would you say the upload speed is okay or is it really that bad that i need another gpu to make up for it.

 

 

Your upload speed is fine, the recommended upload speed for 1080p60fps is 4500 to 6000 kbps

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I know that streaming console games are way easier than PC games because with PC games you would always have to tinker with the settings.

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