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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey guys so i've been streaming abit of league of legends and i can't help but notice my fps not staying at 144 which i am abit of a fps whore :P and it kinda upsets me slightly that i can't keep 144fps in league lol

 

I've done all the normal stuff 720 30fps 2k bitrate on x264 with no random parameters or anything like that.

 

My specs are -

i7 4790k 

gigabyte z97x gaming 5 mobo

2x gigabyte windforce 970's

HyperX FURY Series 16GB DDR3 1866MHz

 

Any idea's? I know streaming is very cpu intensive! Do i just live with the fps drops and stop being a fps whore? :( haha

 

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Here is a tutorial for one way to up that fps.

It is extremely comprehensive, check it out!


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If you have GeForce Experience installed use Shadowplay (or 'share' as they call it now). 


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Are you using the nvenc encoder?


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Posted · Original PosterOP

I don't have geforce experienced installed personally i don't like it :P 

 

And i prefer OBS as its free and im pretty sure its better imo of course :)

 

And im using x264 right now i've dabbled with nvenc and quick sync but it still happens lol

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Do you get 144 fps when not streaming?

 

The above mentioned using Quicksync and NVENC which takes the load off the cpu. 

The idea being your CPU can focus on LoL. 

 

You can also build a dedicated streaming pc (dual pc setup) though the setup can be complex when it comes to audio. 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
17 hours ago, idxearo said:

Do you get 144 fps when not streaming?

 

The above mentioned using Quicksync and NVENC which takes the load off the cpu. 

The idea being your CPU can focus on LoL. 

 

You can also build a dedicated streaming pc (dual pc setup) though the setup can be complex when it comes to audio. 

Yeah i get 144fps pretty much constantly only really drops when there's a huge team fight and shit is going down so to speak but that's expected.

 

I was considering making a cheap secondary pc for a stream rig but im currently broke :(

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Where are you doing your downscaling? on the CPU or GPU side??? Since this could be very taxing on the system depending where your are doing it.. also we need a bit more information about your OBS settings... like preset, profile, and such

 

and btw.. i would go for x264 as that produce the best quality..... NVENC + quicksync does not provide the same good quality as x264...

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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 3/20/2017 at 11:16 PM, idxearo said:
On 3/21/2017 at 5:16 PM, kladzen said:

Where are you doing your downscaling? on the CPU or GPU side??? Since this could be very taxing on the system depending where your are doing it.. also we need a bit more information about your OBS settings... like preset, profile, and such

 

and btw.. i would go for x264 as that produce the best quality..... NVENC + quicksync does not provide the same good quality as x264...

where can i see which side it's doing it? preset is veryfast and profile is on main 

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