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Will I be able to stream Fortnite at 144fps?

 

Hello guys. My friend is building a new PC and would like to know if this PC would be able to stream while playing fortnite at 144fps. This is competitive btw so lots of endgames.

 

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As a separate stream machine combined with a new PC?  Is he installing a capture card in that PC you've described?  And what are the specs of the new PC your friend is building?

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Nope he needs a more powerful GPU.  And you can't stream at 144FPS. It's 1080p 60fps. He'll need an RTX 2070S, combined with a Ryzen 3700X. IDK how the i7-4790 (non K you can't even OC it) would hold up in streaming today. I mean a Ryzen 3300X is more powerful than that CPU even the i7-7700K. But it's better to buy a 6C/12T Ryzen 3600 instead of a quad core or some old Intel chip. 

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You can not stream in 144fps. The highest streaming and video platforms support is 60fps. If your friends rig gets 144fps then that's what they will have, but it won't go higher than 60fps on the streaming platform. Are the system specs listed what they are building or the computer they will be using as streaming PC?

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I think OP meant to stream while maintaining 144 FPS in game.  I could be wrong though.  And if OP is talking about using two machines then if the new gaming machine is strong enough for 144 FPS then a capture machine won't hinder the gaming machine's performance.  

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