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#1 Danücsmlan

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Posted 03 November 2012 - 05:39 PM


I wanna stream but something is going fuckin bad with my pc.

Details : I
Intel Pentium E2200 Dualcore (OC 2.75 GHz)
4 GB Ram Dual Channel
ATI HD 4660 Turbo passiv cooling
500GB Western Digital Harddrive.

and my connection : 50.000 Download 10.000 Upload.

Well ...i play WoW on lowest Quality i run in arena with arround 100-120 fps.
when im going to stream it drops down to fuckin 30-40 fps unplayable.

wath can i do ? except buy a new computer cba wasting my money for teh gaimz

#2 huurka

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Posted 03 November 2012 - 06:16 PM

you upgrade it

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Posted 03 November 2012 - 08:13 PM


Specifically, you will need a new motherboard, cpu, ram, and probably GPU & PSU as well.  Depending on your case, you may need a new case too.  Which basically means you can save your HDD, and build a completely new computer.  Or just get a new HDD and then have two computers.
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#4 Dahone

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Posted 25 November 2012 - 02:11 AM

Yup you cpu is way to slow for what you want to do. Wow use 2 core,  and most streaming programm can use up to 4 so they are probably running your pc to 100% slowing everything down. Causing lag.

Also keep in mind that when you stream you are acutally recording your screen to send it live into a crompressed format to a streaming server.

You internet connection is way enought to stream 1080p HD.

But the pc is MEH.

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