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Expansive G

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  1. I’m mainly using 3 NVME drives, I was just worried about not having enough PCIE lanes trying to use all of them, on top of a graphics card, and 2 PCIE capture cards. One card using PCIE 3 1x, and the other using 4x.
  2. Ah okay. I had a feeling that was the case, but I wanted to double check before I somehow get into a tough spot. Thanks!
  3. PCIE capture cards. I currently have an Elgato HD60 Pro installed in my current computer, and planning on buying a 4K60 Pro to go with it. So that would mean I need an HEDT processor?
  4. Hey guys, I’m still kind of new with computer tech, and what’s best for myself and friends. Linus was the one who got me into computer tech, and feel like I could have been into it sooner if I was able to touch my mom’s computer. Other than that, I was inspired to build my first PC, being Ryzen based, but it’s becoming outdated. I’m a content creator and a streamer, and to do what I want to do, I need a more powerful machine. I’m wanting to record in both 4K and 1080p with two different capture cards, since I have multiple systems to record off of, and I don’t want to destroy my HDMI connectors quickly with switching. I also want to have a good amount of NVME storage to help with the process. Would I be able to use a regular processor on a great motherboard, or would I need to bump myself up to an HEDT? If HEDT, what should I go for? One last question though to go with all of this: can I get ram with higher clock speeds than what I see processors capable of handling, while keeping it stable, or no?
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