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#1 Xessi

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 06:17 AM

Hello, I've been streaming for quite a while but I'd like to be able to stream in HD without any lag/fps drops.
Now I was wondering what I have to upgrade to be able to do so because I don't know much about pc's in general

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 06:18 AM

Here's a speedtest too:

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 04:37 PM

If you want to stream 1080p, you probably need to upgrade your cpu, or buy a cpu fan and overclock it to like 3.5-4.0.
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Posted 10 October 2012 - 02:04 AM

Agreed, CPU CPU CPU.  Alternatively build a separate computer specifically for capturing (will be more expensive), and stream from the 2nd computer.
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Posted 26 November 2012 - 05:45 AM

Hmm I can stream 1080p on my i7 920   base clock of 2.6 without any lag.  But something I saw with your cpu that is anormal to me is the temp.

I5 on full load with stock fan should be around 60 max  you should check your thermal paste and make sure the fan is seated tigh on the Cpu.

Streaming doesn't really use that much  cpu  if you want to stream wow stuff and have a quad core  you'll be fine.


Use xsplit with around 1500kkps speed quality to 10  with Faster rendering on a 1080p resolution and it should work fine

I using these setting and ingame I have  70+ fps on 1920x1080p  everything on ultra and stream quality is to its maximum and user who watched it said it was perfect lag free.

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Posted 05 December 2012 - 02:16 PM

View PostDahone, on 26 November 2012 - 05:45 AM, said:

Hmm I can stream 1080p on my i7 920   base clock of 2.6 without any lag.  But something I saw with your cpu that is anormal to me is the temp.

I5 on full load with stock fan should be around 60 max  you should check your thermal paste and make sure the fan is seated tigh on the Cpu.

Streaming doesn't really use that much  cpu  if you want to stream wow stuff and have a quad core  you'll be fine.


Use xsplit with around 1500kkps speed quality to 10  with Faster rendering on a 1080p resolution and it should work fine

I using these setting and ingame I have  70+ fps on 1920x1080p  everything on ultra and stream quality is to its maximum and user who watched it said it was perfect lag free.
No, to all of that.

i7 920 (stock) will probably run at around 80-100% when streaming wow in 1080p, nor is 1500 bitrate enough to stream 1080p without horrendous quality, even at 3000 bitrate the stream goes all blurry when turning around etc.

If you were just streaming a web broswer or whatever, that's another thing though.
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