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About Connor_LindTV

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    Condor's nest
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  • Gender
  • Location
    Orange County, California


  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 1600 (OC to 3.900 GHz at 4.00V)
  • Motherboard
    ASUS ROG STRIX X370-E GAming
  • RAM
    24 GBs Corsair Vengeance LPX 3000
  • GPU
    ASUS ROG STRIX RX580 - Gaming OC Edition
  • Case
    Coolermaster Masterbox PRO RGB
  • Storage
    M.2 and SSD
  • PSU
    Corsair SM850
  • Cooling
    Corsair H150i PRO RGB (Push Pull)
  • Keyboard
    Corsair Strafe RGB
  • Mouse
    Corsair Scimitar RGB
  • Sound
    Corsair VOID PRO RGB
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64 bit (Home)

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  1. Connor_LindTV


    may have been it more clear, but 1080p low settings almost entirely across the board
  2. Connor_LindTV


    fair point, 1080p medium to low settings
  3. Connor_LindTV


    that would mean building a new computer, i was asking more along the lines of like 2700x with a 2070ti or 2080ti or maybe a different CPU thats still ryzen so i don't have to get rid of the MOBO and RAM i already have LULW
  4. Connor_LindTV


    So i stream Apex legends using Streamlabs OBS which takes up about 10-20% of my CPU load (specs will be listed below) I want to upgrade my PC to get a consistant 144 FPS and right now im at about 60-80 in game everage, my question is what do i need to replace, or upgrade to hit this 144 FPS Ryzen 5 1600 Gen 1 OC to 3.9ghz 24gb of DDR4 3000 speed corsair vengeance memory ASUS ROG STRIX X370-I Gaming MOBO ASUS ROG STRIX RX580 8gb OC edition 360MM Corsair H150i PRO cooler BTW encoding using h.264 coec (CPU encoding on Fast preset, 8000 bitrate and 2 keyframe interval)
  5. Connor_LindTV

    Minimum cpu for obs 1080p 60fps?

    1080p60 means nothing if your preset isnt low enough... as far as CPU encoding what you want is to hit the medium preset on 1080p60 or 720p60 (or "slower") which will require a 8700K or Ryzen 7 2700X (at current generation, when Ryzen 3 comes out we will obvously have to see how it performs) BUT... right now X.264 (CPU encoding) is a better wuality at 720p60 and 1080p60 compared to NVENC... but at the same time NVENC is much less stress on the CPU.... so the choice is yours... 10XX series GPU's from invidia all have the same NVENC on board encoder.... so i would suggest a 1060 if you want to stream with NVENC (the quality wont be as good as 1080p60 on Medium preset) If you need or want more information ill be live on my twitch in about 2-2.3 hours (4:30-5:00pm PST) if you have any other questions...
  6. Connor_LindTV

    BEST 360mm AIO cooler to buy in 2019

    i agree, i have this AIO and its amazing
  7. Connor_LindTV

    RTX 2060 Stream Encoding

    thats confuising seeing as this clearly says RTX has better quality...
  8. Connor_LindTV

    RTX 2060 Stream Encoding

    Dont buy the Elgato, thiers no reason to use a capture card if youre only streaming PC games... use NDI and if you choose to stream console games or a Nintendo switch... use Aver Media never buy "elghetto" This isnt true at all... NVIDIA has released benchmark results showing a 10-30% increase in performance with little to know FPS drop in comparison to Pascal Source: https://developer.nvidia.com/nvidia-video-codec-sdk Debunked.... See above response
  9. Connor_LindTV


    perfect, all i need to know, thank you
  10. Connor_LindTV


    8000k bitrate, 2 keyframe interval PUBG, 60 FPS and H.264 (ENVNC)
  11. Connor_LindTV


    i need to know if there is a substantial difrence between the 1070 - 1080 - 1080ti - 2070 - 2080 onboard invidia encoders
  12. Connor_LindTV

    Want to Start Streaming!

    okay first off excuse the rant everyone heres some bulletpoints to remember. 1. 1080p60 is waht you want but single PC is not going to be easy 2. 720p60 will be much easier and look BETTER with a single PC setup and heres why. A. youre going to be CPU encoding in OBS or streamlabs OBS (x.264) when you ecode with the CPU you have 3 main factors that set the video quality 1a. CPU Preset = Slow - Fastest || the slower the the better, 1080p60 on MEDIUM preset is the goal of every streamer no matter how big, B. keyframe interval which is the number of frames the encoder will use before refrshing to all new frames IE if your looking at soemthing for a long time (3 sec. then the frame will refresh to an entire new frame ever X frame. 1a. most people have the keyframe at 2, so every second frame it will be a entirely new frame, so you dont get screen taring or stuttering on stream C. bitrate, the higher the better, as an affiliate you can stream up to 8000 bitrate, 3. to stream on a SINGLE PC 1080p60 you need a MONSTER computer. Ex. 1080TI, i9 9900k, 32gb ram, watercooler and overclocked to the brink of explosion. you can stream 720p60 at Fast preset at 2 keyframe interval using x.264 at 8000k bitrate with your CURRENT setup. and if anyone disagrees they are wrong, ive been doing it on a R5 1600 (non x) OC to 3.9GHz and RX580 stock speed if you are not liquid cooling (i.e. AIO or Custom Loop) i suggest this setting preset *(faster CPU preset, 7250 bitrate, 2 keyframe interval) if you have other questions, go to my twitch, join my discord i can walk you through it all tonight at 4:30pm PST NA time REASON FOR EDIT, IM A DAMN PLEB AND ACCIDENTLY POSTED WITHOUT FINISHING
  13. Connor_LindTV

    Building first pc, will I run into any issues?

    might wana look to see what airflow capabilities it has, looks a little tight. Cool at the Corsair Crystal Seriest or Fractal Define series... solid cases, i have a coolermaster masterbox pro 5 rgb personally and its not bad
  14. Connor_LindTV

    Building first pc, will I run into any issues?

    i would stick with the 16gb of ram for now, you can OC the CPU but about .2-.5GHz with the stock cooler easy, just watch a guide on your phone with that same MOBO CPU configuration 9also make sure you go into the bios and set the correct ram speed and cache latency everything else is perfect, change nothing. What case are you going with? and color scheme, show pics when youre done my next build is very similar
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    Is this an upgrade?

    i have a R 5 1600 OC to 3.9GHz and with a RX580 8gb and get about 80-130 fps in PUBG if that helps (while not streaming) i have a R 5 1600 OC to 3.9GHz and with a RX580 8gb and get about 80-130 fps in PUBG if that helps (while not streaming)