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WereCat

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About WereCat

Contact Methods

  • Discord
    WereCat #0437
  • Steam
    http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561197999269752
  • Twitch.tv
    https://www.twitch.tv/themightywerecat

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Slovakia
  • Interests
    PC, Music, Books

System

  • CPU
    i7 4770k, 4.5GHz (delided)
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Z87X-UD4H
  • RAM
    16GB (2x8GB) 2200MHz Patriot Viper 9-12-12-28
  • GPU
    EVGA FTW3 Hybrid ICX 1080ti 11GB
  • Case
    Fractal Define R4
  • Storage
    Crucial MX500 500GB, Kingston HyperX Savage 120GB SSD, Seagate Barracuda 2TB Advanced Format, Samsung 850 EVO 500GB 2.5" SSD
  • PSU
    EVGA G3 750W
  • Display(s)
    Oculus Rift, AOC AG271QG (1440p 165Hz AH-IPS G-Sync), 2x ViewSonix VX3211-2K-MHD (1440p 60Hz IPS)
  • Cooling
    BeQuiet Dark Rock Pro 2
  • Keyboard
    CM Storm Ultimate with Cherry MX Blue, Steam Controller, Microsoft XBOX 360 Controller
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 Spectrum
  • Sound
    Sennheiser HD650, S. M. S. L. M6 Mini DAC, SONY WH1000XM3, BlueYeti (black) microphone
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 PRO x64-bit, Linux - Pop!_OS x64

Recent Profile Visitors

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  1. WereCat

    1080ti PSU requirements?

    620W is fine
  2. Windows:

    "I dont know this type of file"

     

    Me:

    "OK, lets open it anyway, I know its .PDF"

     

    Windows:

    "Hmm, you may wanna use Apex Legends to open this file"

     

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  3. "Oh yeah, put that money deeper into my pocket, Mr. President!"
  4. yeah, upgrade makes sense then
  5. If you have a decent 500W PSU then you really dont need tu upgrade. If you plan on OCing both CPU and GPU and run them both at 100% then you will be definitely pushing it though, for those purposes, upgrade may not be a bad idea. But for typical gaming loads, 500W will be fine. Whats your particular model?
  6. Yes. But not because it was boring but because I was in my bed and I tend to fall asleep watching any video while Im in my bed.
  7. WereCat

    Ways to add 2 additional Video Outputs to My PC

    Why dont you want to use your iGPU?
  8. WereCat

    2080TI dual screen performance issues

    Let me guess, you have GSync enabled?
  9. WereCat

    I don't get why i have less fps

    yes
  10. WereCat

    Oculus Rift orangle light black screen

    This happened to me as well. I did what you did and it also did not helped. Then I tried again in this order... I had to uninstall all the Oculus software first. Then I had to go to %appdata% folders and remove any traces that were left there from Oculus software. Restart PC. DDU all the NVIDIA drivers from Safee Boot version of Windows 10. Restart. Install new drivers. Reset PC again. Install Oculus. Reset PC again. Suddenly it worked and its still working without issues since. And this happened after I updated to the big Windows 10 October/April update.
  11. They encode to h264 via their software. They have option to stream it directly to YT or Twitch or other websites via their own software, for that, it will use their encoder. If you pass it to OBS like the guy did in the video in your link. You take the already encoded image by the Elgato Card, then you encode it AGAIN with the OBS to get it to twitch or YouTube and for that you are using your PC resources.
  12. Capture card does absolutely nothing for CPU performance unless it is a capture card that can do encoding by itself and even then you have to use their proprietary software for it. Since OP is using OBS/Stream Labs... it doesent matter that he has a capture card. It can only take external sources over HDMI and let the PC to encode them.
  13. It makes no sense to stream 1080p60 for these reasons: 1.) If you want it to look better than 720p60 you need to use high bitrates otherwise 720p60 will provide better quality than 1080p60. Also, with those high bitrates (10000 at the very least for x264 Very Fast, idealy 12000), you will lose viewers because not everybody got fast internet or people are watching from mobile and data caps exist. Also, 1080p60 can get very demanding fast if you want to stick to using x264 encode. 2.) There is a way to make 1080p60 look good on lower bitrates. Use slower presets. For example SLOW or VERY SLOW if using x264. There is a catch. This is the reason why some streamers use 2 PCs. One for gaming, the other for streaming. These slower presets have incredibly high demands on CPU, you would simply not be able to play games and stream on these setting without having performance issues or dropping frames. 3.) Unless youre a twitch affiliate you cant even stream at 10000+ bitrate so nobody will able to watch you. Just stick to 5000-7000 bitrate at most for 720p60 and you will be fine. And the settings that @Skiiwee29 recommended are good. Set your streaming/recording resolution in the VIDEO tab. DO NOT use Rescale Output in the OUTPUT tab where you are setting up Streaming/Recording encoding settings. This would affect your performance quite a bit.
  14. WereCat

    Zero day exploit in windows 10 1903

    F I just updated to 1903 yesterday EDIT: I just remembered that I have an Intel CPU so I dont have to worry about this since I have bigger problems
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