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Old 13-07-19, 12:12 AM
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got more streaming information for you if it helps!

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Old 13-07-19, 12:33 AM
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got more streaming information for you if it helps!
Nice one dude!
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Nice one dude!
Took me a while to find this thread, spent 10 minutes looking for it. Thought of this thread immediately once I found the video
Hope it helps!
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Old 13-07-19, 12:23 PM
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Took me a while to find this thread, spent 10 minutes looking for it. Thought of this thread immediately once I found the video
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It's weird, everything is telling me to go 9900k. I'm a gamer primarily and the fact is that at the moment the 9900k performs better.

However part of my brain keeps being like AM4 is about for another gen (maybe 2?) Intel will almost definitely introduce a new socket (again) and I just don't want to support the practise.

Streaming for me is just a potential side thought rather than something i'm committed to going big on so not the deciding factor.

Maybe I'll wait a couple of months and see how ryzen 3 matures. Plus reduced prices won't hurt.
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Old 13-07-19, 02:41 PM
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I'd go Amd purely for the fact it doesn't suffer as much with security issues which keep dragging down intel performance with updates, and if it's only a tad bit slower then yeah, no brainer really.
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Old 13-07-19, 03:27 PM
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Yeah I did see this!
defo some points deducted from the 9900k here

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I'd go Amd purely for the fact it doesn't suffer as much with security issues which keep dragging down intel performance with updates, and if it's only a tad bit slower then yeah, no brainer really.
I agree to be fair, most likely gonna go the Ryzen route
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Old 13-07-19, 04:30 PM
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Yeah the benefits are that you generally get so close in max performance that you probably wouldn't notice the gap but have a fair bit of power "spare" to maintain that performance regardless of what other stuff your PC is doing, and that Zen3 will probably close the gap further with what will likely still be Skylake 14nm derived competition at that point.
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Old 13-07-19, 05:15 PM
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Nobody should realistically be using X264 Slow so I don't think that's really a great point you gave. It's quality improvement is almost non existent.


Not sure if you watched the videos but if you are serious about streaming and want to do it more, Ryzen provides a better stream for the viewers where Intel provides a better gaming experience. Ryzen is a few percent slower than Intel for the gamer but far better for the viewers.

So really it's just Ryzen if you plan on doing 1080p60.

If you aren't going to use a webcam then use NVENC. It's the best solution. Using a webcam it gets overloaded and performs worse for the viewers.
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Old 13-07-19, 05:41 PM
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NVENC getting overloaded makes literally no sense, OBS will merge the two video streams and only after that it gets encoded. It's absolutely fine to use NVENC with a webcam.


Shadowplay might work differently, but it's useless for streaming.
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