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I want to record and streem with a nvidia quadro 2000

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Hi I'm AJTrueTale I'm just beginning my You Tube and twitch Carrier I want to start out professional and I got the latest Version of OBS and I wanted to know if I can record & stream  

my content to viewers on a nvidia Quadro 2000 59.39 fps On a game and if not is there a way to reroute some of the ram to my graphics card I have 8gb Of ram any comment's

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No, that is a workstation grade GPU and it is not designed to run games (though it can, just not well). Your are better off investing in another GPU (something like the gtx 1060) and then you could use your quadro to encode stream with. What are the rest of your specs?

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This GPU won't run games well anyway even at the lowest settings, it's basically a 'GT' card designed for workstations. Save up for a new GPU like a 1050 or 1050Ti. 

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