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2k Monitors for gaming and streaming as well as 20 inch monitor for watching people chat in stream

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Greetings Forum User's 

I am currently running Acer Predator Gaming Z321QU bmiphzx Curved 31.5"  G-Sync monitor ,Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 8G OC, Intel Core i5-7600k CPU Z270-A LGA1151 DDR4 ATX Motherboard
ballistix sport ddr4 X2 8G =16 Gb's and will be upgrading to .......

 

ASUS Prime Z370-A II (Intel 9th Gen) 

as for the CPU I no you all are going to be recommending AMD But i already spent 400$Christmas deal VS the 700$ Current MSRP on my g sync monitor this is where my question comes into play

Intel Core i7-8700K comes with 6 core 12 threads VS the I9- 9700K Which comes with 8 cores 8 threads

is the difference noticeable with a higher thread count or equal cores and threads for streaming ?

I am  aware that my graphics card is out dated but i will be intending to sell the parts in my current build to add to the budget for my GPU as well as waiting prices to go down to possibly get a 2080 ti i will be doing my purchase July this summer hopefully the best deal's will be around then

 

The most demanding game that i play while streaming is Rainbow Six Siege and in loading screen's i get around 180FPS with streaming on and while in intensive situation dip in the 50's but usually stay around the high 80's

if i am not streaming i easily get 200FPS All Around with the low intense situations getting into the 180

If anyone has any recommendations other then AMD Please feel free to add your peace of mind it is greatly appreciated that you are taking the time out of the day or night to give input :)

 

When streaming on twitch.tv/Tspec Which also gives acces to my instagram for quicker reply's not trying to advertise but show previous videos and what the quality looks like. my internet provider is 300MB'S unlimited download and 32 mbs upload and is smooth at 1080p , 60 FPS there is some in game stuttering when swapping to other games partially due to the factor that there are no launch options for disabling v-sync Also I am not currently Running OBS, Or Stream Elements because it is a little more demanding on the system and run Ge force Experience for a smoother EXP

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Wait til the new AMD processors launch in a few weeks.

Even if you're so hard set on not getting AMD parts. They might shake up the pricing of Intel's processors.


If you're streaming through nvidia's software, none of those CPU will change anything for you. You're currently using the encoder on the GPU instead of CPU encoding.


As is, the best thing to do would be in intentionally limit your FPS slightly, to free up the GPU a little so it's not pegged to full utilization. This will smoothen out the frame pacing on your livestream, cause right now, your stream is dropping into the mid 40s and not holding 60 fps.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I am well aware that i will be using the encoding on the gpu which is why im waiting till july for the cpu and would be waiting for the 2080 ti or  some other competator to come out with something new and possibly drop down the price as for the 8700k and the 9700k which would be better for handling the loads i appreciate the input  as well as when i try obs or stream elements i get worse performance and it struggles more :) @normpearii

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1 minute ago, Tspec said:

I am well aware that i will be using the encoding on the gpu which is why im waiting till july for the cpu and would be waiting for the 2080 ti or  some other competator to come out with something new and possibly drop down the price as for the 8700k and the 9700k which would be better for handling the loads i appreciate the input  as well as when i try obs or stream elements i get worse performance and it struggles more :) @normpearii

Check edit, I added a bit.

If you're aiming for a 2080ti and GPU encoding. 9700k for higher clocks for the game.

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Thank you for that edit and the input i understand the 9700k has higher clock speeds but lacks threads the i7 8700k has 6 core 12 threads and then 9700k has 8 cores 8 threads would uping the thread count have a better performance , smoother stream ? @normpearii

 

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https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/17639231

 

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Asus PRIME Z270-AR

Performance Results

Benchmarks - excluding SSD
Gaming
 
Gaming 60%
 
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Desktop
 
Desktop 65%
 
Battle cruiser
Workstation
 
Workstation 47%
 
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PC Status Overall this PC is performing as expected (57th percentile). This means that out of 100 PCs with exactly the same components, 43 performed better. The overall PC percentile is the average of each of its individual components.
Processor With a brilliant single core score, this CPU is the business: It demolishes everyday tasks such as web browsing, office apps and audio/video playback. Additionally this processor can handle moderate workstation, and even light server workloads. Finally, with a gaming score of 96.1%, this CPUs suitability for 3D gaming is outstanding.
Graphics 59.7% is a reasonable 3D score (GTX 1070 = 100%). This GPU can handle the majority of recent games but it will struggle with resolutions greater than 1080p at ultra detail levels. (Note: general computing tasks don't require 3D graphics)
Memory 16GB is enough RAM to run any version of Windows and it's more than sufficient for nearly all games. 16GB also allows for very large file and system caches, software development and batch photo editing/processing.
OS Version Windows 10 is the most recent version of Windows, and the best to date in our opinion.
 
 
Motherboard Asus PRIME Z270-AR  (all builds)
Memory 13.3 GB free of 16 GB @ 2.4 GHz
Display 2560 x 1440 - 32 Bit colors
OS Windows 10
BIOS Date 20161227
Uptime 1.1 Days
Run Date Jun 14 '19 at 06:05
Run Duration 124 Seconds
Run User  USA-User
Background CPU 4%
 

 PC Performing as expected (57th percentile)

Actual performance vs. expectations. The graphs show user score (x) vs user score frequency (y).

 
 
Processor Bench Single core Quad core Multi core
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Intel Core i5-7600K-$251
LGA1151, 1 CPU, 4 cores, 4 threads
Base clock 3.8 GHz, turbo 4.15 GHz (avg)
 
 Performing above expectations (75thpercentile)
96.1%Outstanding
SC Int 127
SC Float 136
SC Mixed 131
 
105% 131 Pts
QC Int 467
QC Float 537
QC Mixed 502
 
114% 502 Pts
MC Int 469
MC Float 538
MC Mixed 499
 
75% 502 Pts
 
 
 
Poor: 68%
This bench: 96.1%
Great: 108%
 
Graphics Card Bench 3D DX9 3D DX10 3D DX11
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Nvidia GTX 1060-6GB-$230
CLim: 1949 MHz, MLim: 2002 MHz, Ram: 6GB, Driver: 430.86
 
 Performing way below expectations (5thpercentile)
59.7%Above average
Lighting 164
Reflection 164
Parallax 164
 
51% 164 fps
MRender 146
Gravity 164
Splatting 164
 
66% 158 fps
 
 
 
Poor: 60%
This bench: 59.7%
Great: 77%
 
Drives Bench Sequential Random 4k Deep queue 4k
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Samsung 840 Evo 120GB-$138
19GB free (System drive)
Firmware: EXT0BB0Q
 
 Relative performance n/a - sequential bench incomplete
 
Read 506
Write 399
Mixed 304
 
89% 403 MB/s
4K Read 47.7
4K Write 127
4K Mixed 57.9
 
214% 77.4 MB/s
DQ Read 378
DQ Write 342
DQ Mixed 172
 
181% 297 MB/s
 
 
 
Poor: 63%Great: 108%
 
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Seagate Momentus 2.5" 1TB
433GB free
Firmware: 2BA30001
SusWrite @10s intervals: 88 86 88 88 87 87 MB/s
 Performing above expectations (71stpercentile)
49.4%Average
Read 84.5
Write 62
Mixed 51.3
SusWrite 87.3
 
52% 71.3 MB/s
4K Read 0.5
4K Write 2.1
4K Mixed 0.7
 
138% 1.1 MB/s
 
 
 
Poor: 16%
This bench: 49.4%
Great: 60%
 
Memory Kit Bench Multi core Single core Latency
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Crucial BLS8G4D240FSB.16FBD 2x8GB
2 of 4 slots used
16GB DIMM DDR4 clocked @ 2400 MHz
 
 Performing above expectations (78thpercentile)
85.5%Excellent
MC Read 29.2
MC Write 33.2
MC Mixed 28.9
 
87% 30.4 GB/s
SC Read 16.3
SC Write 33.7
SC Mixed 26
 
72% 25.3 GB/s
Latency 61.1
 
66% 61.1 ns
 
 
 
Poor: 45%
This bench: 85.5%
Great: 100%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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