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TheWhiteRose000

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  1. Its been running stable and under load too, no BSOD really starting to think the board. It's also not really an issue unless I try to access the motherboard in which case the whole system just goes to s--te. SO! Best solution so far, don't access the bios unless I absolutely need too!
  2. It came bricked stuck on error code 15, dual bios board I was able to switch to a good one and then reset the other.
  3. running on the latest bios version, thing came to me bricked hoping a future one will repair it.
  4. Okay, I'm having trouble narrowing down my part issue, so far I'm thinking its my motherboard despite the error codes I'm getting from my system. When I first installed everything and started my system up it wouldn't even boot and it hung on Gigabytes error code 15 (North Bridge System initialization) I was able to eventually clear the cmos and the system let me boot up with one stick of RAM in it and it finally let me use my second stick once I was able to clear the system. After I was able to get it to boot I finished my cable management, wired it all up and put my cases three fans onto the motherboards fan slots and then it had issues booting again. When I was finally able to get it to boot it reset my XMP RAM, back to 2666 mhz and it took me to the fan section. My CPU was listed as -55 degrees celcius, and it wouldn't detect the three fans I plugged in only 2; despite having 3 running. Anytime I enter the bios the system hangs after I try restarting for a considerable why and it wont let me boot up until I hard reset the system. It did list error code 00 (either motherboard or CPU) and eventually, I was able to get back into the system at which point I installed HWinfo and it lists the CPUs temps are normal despite the board sensors not registering this information. It does also take a while to post, as if the system is having issues detecting its parts properly and goes through a variety of error codes before it displays the Aorus logo. Personal thoughts is its probably the motherboard but I am going to do more testing. looking for feedback here.
  5. You think long run with two elgato cards it would be better to use one for the game rendered through nvenc and the other through the CPU? Process wise do you think a 3900x would be able to handle all of that, or would it be better to just aim for a 3950x?
  6. I know in terms of gaming, yea there wont be a big difference but I'm focusing more on encoding.
  7. Trying to future proof, but on a tight budget. If I could find a 3950x for $580-650 on ebay I'd get that but the $470 3900x is looking more affordable.
  8. The question of the hour is, what would be generally better for recording. The Ryzen 3900x or the Ryzen 3950x. Now I am aware that Nvidia has Nvenc which can yield a better encode but the problem here is the system would have 2 Elgato 4k 60 capture cards and as far as I'm aware Nvenc has issues capturing from multiple sources. It could also be noted that this could be split between the GPU's Nvenc encounter and the CPU but for practicality if a person wanted to switch between recording and streaming what would be the best option for a high quality encoding. 3900x or 3950x Software of choice here is OBS, Resolution is 1080p and FPS 60 at Placebo speed. (would it be possible to achieve Placebo speed?) So in this instance what would be the best option? For high quality editing that can encode 4K footage from two sources and scale it down to 1080p for the CPU's and would it even be possible to achieve the Placebo speed on a 3950x? Is the 3950x worth the extra bank or is it simply a wiser decision to buy a 3900x?
  9. It retro-spec if I had just realized the type of memory card an 8K red camera takes, my answer would have been more obvious from the get go.
  10. A while back I was reading a thing about streamers using secondary computers to handle their streaming exclusively. After much debate I've I'm going to work on just building a modern proper system instead of dumping my money into a 4790k that although a good CPU won't be able to continue to hold up to future cpus. So I got to thinking, could I use the 4790K system exclusively for a streaming pass through to unload the games I'm playing on a 12 core 3900x? Essentially taking everything I am playing from one system or the main system that's capturing console ect and camera feeds and running it through to another system using the 4790K and streaming from that computer. Would it be able to handle 4K streaming? 1080p? Would I need a powerful graphics card for that, feedback would be appreciated.
  11. Generally the file sizes I deal with are anywheres between 50-200gbs after recording it really depends on how long I'm recording.
  12. So in this case do you think a 1TB NVME drive would be a better choice over an SSD then archiving it in a large HDD afterwards?
  13. I don't stream my net is garbage with a 3mb upload. So I focus on my strengths of editing high quality videos and uploading them later. Streaming you have a cap which ultimately lowers the quality, recording at a higher bitrate yields a better quality video.
  14. I'm using an Intel 660p for all my games, the performance boost I get from it is simply amazing, 0 load times ect. But recording wise I'm trying for flawless 1080p and I generally try for a 20k bitrate, since I can't stream I focus mainly on the quality. Large file sizes which I edit later. Think it would be just better to have a large HDD or a Fast SSD in this case?
  15. You think just going through a regular SSD would be a better improvement than a HDD in this case? I know for gaming NVME drives are a beast, but for capturing and encoding SSD > HDD?
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