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CPU for screen recording?

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I plan to be recording lots of games such as Civ 6, Astroneer, and maybe some more taxing games as well. I was wondering what CPU I would need to record at a constant 1080p60 and not have my game suffer, while not having to go all out. Ryzen is fine by me - I just want something reliable.

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You could just use GPU encode also, like shadowplay or AMD Relive. These use special encoding hardware on your gpu, and in my experience they dont do anything to the fps at all. But you need to reencode the afterwards, because they create very unoptimized video files, large size.

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4 hours ago, Origami Cactus said:

You could just use GPU encode also, like shadowplay or AMD Relive. These use special encoding hardware on your gpu, and in my experience they dont do anything to the fps at all. But you need to reencode the afterwards, because they create very unoptimized video files, large size.

Thanks for that. I don't mind leaving my computer on to compress the files into MP4 or something like that. Would an SSD be necessary for that?

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