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New Stream Rig.... Again

Dimmizer
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Yep I'm back only like a year later.. after dealing with abunch of issues I've finally figured out my 8700 was faulty or broken idk.. started having abunch of problems and after testing all of my hardware I was able to come to the conclusion that my CPU was the culprit.. Intel is refunding me for the 8700.

I was going to ask.. should I wait for 

 and see if those are true? if so wouldn't it be better to get one of these newer AMD processors with one of their graphics cards? or should I keep my new z390 board and get a 9900k?

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I think they will be good, but those rumors kinda sound like a lot of b******* to me.  I assume 10-12 cores max, and no way they can launch a 1080 performing card at that price. I would wait, but don't expect that much

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4 minutes ago, Dimmizer said:

or should I keep my new z390 board and get a 9900k?

I'm pretty sure AMD 7nm leaks are not true (a 16 core 5GHz CPU for $500???). And since you already have a Z390 motherboard, just get a 9900K.

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2 minutes ago, r2724r16 said:

I'm pretty sure AMD 7nm leaks are not true (a 16 core 5GHz CPU for $500???). And since you already have a Z390 motherboard, just get a 9900K.

you know, it kinda sounds like those 5ghz 28 core from intel. probebly a treadripper on ln2 this time

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Ok so last question.. I can't stream at 1440p sadly don't have the upload for it.. would be capped at like 12k bitrate and generally you're supposed to use like half of that so I could go to like 6k? maybe 7? from what I've seen/read etc..

I could keep my native resolution at 1440 n such and game at that but just stream at like 1080p or 720... 

Would the 9900k do this?

I wanna be able to get some good 1440p 144hz panels or at least 1 good one the rest can be crappy 60hz dont matter to me :D

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12 minutes ago, Dimmizer said:

Ok so last question.. I can't stream at 1440p sadly don't have the upload for it.. would be capped at like 12k bitrate and generally you're supposed to use like half of that so I could go to like 6k? maybe 7? from what I've seen/read etc..

I could keep my native resolution at 1440 n such and game at that but just stream at like 1080p or 720... 

Would the 9900k do this?

I wanna be able to get some good 1440p 144hz panels or at least 1 good one the rest can be crappy 60hz dont matter to me :D

Keeping 144 Hz on the primary game is going to depend on the game. Some of them really don't like streaming at the same time. It should handle most games, if you have enough GPU you should be okay in most titles. Because of some load balancing features, Intel systems tend to be better on the streamer-side rather than the stream side, at least until you get enough CPU cores.

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A lot of cpus could handle a 1080 or 720 stream. Depends on quality. Can’t turn mine up much even with the 8700k. But you are also limited to the bitrate of the provider anyway. But if you are playing on the same system, I’d prolly use the gpu for the stream and save the cpu, especially if it’s an intensive game. Just best to test every avenue and see what works. 

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