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7900x Gaming/Streaming Performance VS 2950x

Hi I was wondering if anyone had expereince with second gen Threadrippers Performance For streaming/Gaming I built my rig trying to get a good all in one stream PC and it has fallen very short of the 1080p Fast mark on OBS well gaming 

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I believe Gamers Nexus does streaming benchmarks, I would look through his videos to see if he has any of either of those chips benchmarked.

4 minutes ago, Ix_Smallz_ix said:

I built my rig trying to get a good all in one stream PC and it has fallen very short of the 1080p Fast mark on OBS well gaming 

What do you have, and what were your expectations?

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My rig is a 7900x and it fell short I wasn wondering what the performance would be Switching to the 2950x Sorry should of been more Clear. and my expectations were a good stream quality at 1080p Fast encoding settings well playing most games 

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1 minute ago, Ix_Smallz_ix said:

My rig is a 7900x and it fell short I wasn wondering what the performance would be Switching to the 2950x Sorry should of been more Clear. and my expectations were a good stream quality at 1080p Fast encoding settings well playing most games 

2950X has way more cores and threads than a 7900X, logically it would do better at encoding while gaming.

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3 minutes ago, Ix_Smallz_ix said:

My rig is a 7900x and it fell short I wasn wondering what the performance would be Switching to the 2950x Sorry should of been more Clear. and my expectations were a good stream quality at 1080p Fast encoding settings well playing most games 

Delidding and overclocking might be your solution instead of spending upwards of $1k  just to make streaming performance a bit better.

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3 minutes ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

2950X has way more cores and threads than a 7900X, logically it would do better at encoding while gaming.

Yes that's the logical thing for encoding but i don't know how the Gaming performance would be affected.

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1 minute ago, TheDankKoosh said:

Delidding and overclocking might be your solution instead of spending upwards of $1k  just to make streaming performance a bit better.

I already delidded and Overclocked it it's sitting at true 4.8 on all cores no AVX offset

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Just now, Ix_Smallz_ix said:

Yes that's the logical thing for encoding but i don't know how the Gmaing performance would be affected.

They should be roughly on par with each other from what I recall.

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