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Which GPU would be better for streaming

Randy B
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CPU- Ryzen 5 3600

Mobo -Either a  

-MSI B450 TOMAHAWK ATX AM4 Motherboard or 

-ASUS TUF B450M-PRO GAMING AMD Ryzen 3 AM4 DDR4

 

 

GPU ???

 

 

Option 1 Gigabyte 1660 Super 6GB 

Option 2 Radeon RTX 5700 8GB

 

Help me out , which one should I go for if I’m looking to stream on twitch at most likely high 720p and also game at 1080p.

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I'd suggest saving up for a 2060 for its Turing NVENC encoder if you want to stream.

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9 minutes ago, Mateyyy said:

I'd suggest saving up for a 2060 for its Turing NVENC encoder if you want to stream.

i dont know many about GPUs but because i am building a bujet pc of 600 i recomend the ASUS TUF B450M-PRO GAMING

that has better vrm cooling

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I would go with the Radeon RTX 5700 8GB. It has DisplayPort 1.4 with Display Stream Compression. That mean, it has a high refresh rate. Memory clocks 14GBPS. Core clocks 1725MHz(with boosting). Moreover, It's ready to replace NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 2060. But, ray-tracing is still a down point.

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29 minutes ago, techy_akshay said:

I would go with the Radeon RTX 5700 8GB. It has DisplayPort 1.4 with Display Stream Compression. That mean, it has a high refresh rate. Memory clocks 14GBPS. Core clocks 1725MHz(with boosting). Moreover, It's ready to replace NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 2060. But, ray-tracing is still a down point.

What about nvenc tho 

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47 minutes ago, Mateyyy said:

I'd suggest saving up for a 2060 for its Turing NVENC encoder if you want to stream.

Doesn’t the 1660 super Also have Turing NVENC

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14 hours ago, Randy B said:

What about nvenc tho 

NVENC is no better than the VCN on the 5700. Similar software support as well. Unless you plan on livestreaming, it's not really important anyways.

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17 hours ago, Randy B said:

CPU- Ryzen 5 3600

Mobo -Either a  

-MSI B450 TOMAHAWK ATX AM4 Motherboard or 

-ASUS TUF B450M-PRO GAMING AMD Ryzen 3 AM4 DDR4

 

 

GPU ???

 

 

Option 1 Gigabyte 1660 Super 6GB 

Option 2 Radeon RTX 5700 8GB

 

Help me out , which one should I go for if I’m looking to stream on twitch at most likely high 720p and also game at 1080p.

If you really want to stream, then go for the 1660 due to nvenc, but keep in mind that the 5700 has better game performance.

 

16 hours ago, Randy B said:

Doesn’t the 1660 super Also have Turing NVENC

it does.

 

2 hours ago, BTGbullseye said:

NVENC is no better than the VCN on the 5700. Similar software support as well. Unless you plan on livestreaming, it's not really important anyways.

Since he said he is going to stream on twitch, we can assume he is going to livestream, and nvenc is way better than VCN in this scenario.

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18 hours ago, igormp said:

Since he said he is going to stream on twitch, we can assume he is going to livestream, and nvenc is way better than VCN in this scenario.

Not when you're talking about VCN 2.0 on the Navi products. It used to be back with VCN 1.0 on the earlier RX cards, but not the new stuff.

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