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  1. Hey all, as an owner of a 32:9 monitor setup (and possibly 48:9 in the future), I noticed that with NVENC, H.264 recordings would not run, forcing me to encode in HEVC, which NVENC on the 2070S is not capable of encoding in such high resolution. Here's some information I've gathered so far: NVENC H.264 - Maximum resolution supported - 4096x4096 NVENC HEVC - Maximum resolution supported - 8192x8192 My setup: Ryzen 7 3700X 2070 Super 32GB 3000MHz Current resolution: 5120x1440 (2 1440p monitors); Planning to upgrade to 7680x1440 (3 1440p monitors) Since HEVC with NVENC hits full utilization regardless of bitrate or rate control, I believe NVENC on my GPU is not powerful enough, forcing me to run recordings with x264 (CPU encoding). Using x264 induces severe bottleneck while gaming and my bitrate would have to be tuned down to crap, even so, audio stutters... It's just not a pleasant experience. So, those with ultrawide setups that are lucky enough to get their hands on an RTX 30 Series GPU, what is your experience with video encoding? (Which should I buy?) Any suggestions for me?
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