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Glathier

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About Glathier

  • Title
    Senior Member
  • Birthday 1987-07-29

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    NSW Australia
  • Biography
    I have been pulling apart things since childhood, then discovered monkey island (tm) and computers, i've personlly been building and repairing Pc's since I was 12 and became a computer recycler by hobby. I have quite the home knowledge of computers, I have also done work in office admin networking. I tend to build at the low budget price range but make the best out of it.
  • Occupation
    Computer Recylcer/Builder/Repairs.IT/Admin for Agrimac Macadamias/Data entry

System

  • CPU
    I7 7700k
  • Motherboard
    Asrock Fatality Z270
  • RAM
    32 Gig Hyper X
  • GPU
    GTX 1080ti Strix
  • Case
    Fractual Design R5
  • Storage
    120 GIG SSD Kingston , 3 TB HDD , Samsung SSD 500 g
  • PSU
    Corsair RM 850x
  • Display(s)
    Acer
  • Cooling
    Lots of fans, Antec Kuhler H20 H1200 PRO
  • Keyboard
    Cooler master Light
  • Mouse
    Razer Deathadder
  • Sound
    Corsair Gaming headset
  • Operating System
    Win 10

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  1. @LoGiCalDrm Figured it out. My 1080p Cam was chewing heaps of the resources bumped it down to 720p helped heaps now run it at 480P Frame rate Increased 10 fold now using NVENC (new) through the 1080TI.
  2. Bah i was wrong there is heaps of tearing even at 720p 60fps.... i just cannot win this fight. High refresh and streaming is a pain in the ass.
  3. So I am going to be honest here, I have done quicksync via the NDI plugin but never every thought to enable 7700ks gpu for this and embarrassed it never crossed my mind, Just ran the stream using it and bam can at least do 1600x900 at 60 fps. Thank you good sir this will do me until I can afford that damn 4k capture card.
  4. Yeh Tested for months on end, My goal is for a quality looking stream with what I have, Using main rig drops fps big time in games like PUBG and Battlefield. 1440p at high refresh rates is already taxing as soon as I stream on main rig I lose about 20-30 FPS. I have tested both cards in streaming PC now and I find the 980 is pushing a little bit more FPS wise for the viewers which is what I want. Im Saving for a 4k Capture card as Ive now been told this is a good solution to have a quality stream for My type of monitor. My only set back is the streaming PC has no PCI slot so I need to find a USB 3 equivalent card...... if there is one. Also not sure if my Viewsonic XG2703-GS QHD 165Hz Monitor will do its high refresh rates with HDMI with capture cards? Goal: 1080p Stream 60 fps 5500 Bitrate Main Rig being less taxed.
  5. So my setup for streaming is Main rig: CPU:I7 7700k Ram: 32 Gig Hyper X GPU : 1080 Ti Strix Monitor : 1400p 165hz Streaming PC CPU : I5 4670k Ram : 8 Gig Hyper X GPU is 2 choices hense the question atm. GTX 1050 or GTX 980 My question is what would you guys do in my situation? I use a NDI Plugin on OBS as I Cannot afford a capture card and my streaming PC also used Mini ITX Mobo and case and hasnt got the PCI slot for Capture Card. Trying to find a smooth solution for now with my current setup as funds are low. Do I use the GTX 980 for NVEC (New) raw power Or Do I use the 1050 as 10 series has Encoding for Nvidia NVEC Using a high refresh rate high res monitor make streaming hard for smooth frames on Stream. Using Main rig for streaming is outa question as its way to taxing on system for the games I play. Just want some Input thx guys.
  6. Why? Because I still lose alot of FPS when using NVENC or Software on the main rig, I have phased out the capture card as it is pointless and no difference to NDI plugin. I have tried everything under the sun to make this work and Im completely stumped.
  7. Ok so this is a big an issue I cannot get a straight answer for. Streaming with a High refresh rate monitor. First things first my specs are: Main Rig I7 7700k 32 gig ram 1080ti 1440P 165 hz Screen Stream PC i5 2500k 8 gig ram GTX 660 Using OBS Studio with NDI Plugin. Im using very fast networking as well. My issue is, When streaming at 60 or even 30 FPS the stream cannot seem to keep up with the high refresh rate of my game. I have tried everything from capture cards to using higher tier streaming PCs. (even encoding off the main rig) It has nothing to do with the specs on either PC. When I limit my FPS to 60 fps in game it fixes the stutter issues hense why I have come to the conclusion that because my Games run at a very High frame rate the stream stuggles to downsample it to 60 fps. Im curious if its a little setting i do not know about in OBS and some one else does. This is frustrating as Im sure im not the only streamer with a high refresh rate monitor. Any input will be greatly appreciated.
  8. Aww man that sucks. Most of my viewers are Aussie mates who have 8mbps if there lucky.
  9. Seems im able to do 2600 bit rate 720p at 60 fps. Viewing it on my own PC doesnt buffer at all even at 1080p but phone on 4g or other people say its un watchable unless I use 720 60fps 2600bit. Im just going to have to suck it up and accept thats my quality.
  10. Australia Sydney as its the only one I get a decent connection to.
  11. Hello all, I have been trying to get into twitch since my interwebs was upgraded. My question is why am I only able to stream at 720p 1800 bitrate at 30 fps when my PC is more then capable of doing the encoding via cpu or gpu. Internet speed is Download Upload 93.11 Mbps 37.29 Mbps I have played with so many settings and still have users saying its buffering on there end. I am at a loss is there something I am missing? Using OBS Studio as well.
  12. The Pillar is brand spankers I think the old stuff is under the Brown telecom plates to the left of the 2nd pic
  13. Oh and this is across from my house on the same street. What ever it is, I think the green cable is the Fiber.
  14. Hey guys so I am annoyed like the rest of Australia about fibre to copper but also excited as they at least putting in my street as we speak. I have been reading about FTTN gets better the closer you are to the node, So I went for a walk and found one about 80 meters from my house. My question is do you think this pillar is connected to my copper infrastructure being that it is across the road? First pic is the Pillar to the Node, The node that containt the fibre is about 30 meters away from pillar. Second pic is Pillar to My house. My house is next to the white UTE (Truck) red car is. Third Pic is the Node.
  15. Glathier

    WTF is Xsolla

    Its all good I worked it out haha, Im freaking out because i managed to sub to some with a mysterious 5 dollars.
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