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Streaming on one of the new amd gpus or?

one of the nvidia cards?

 

Streaming wise, I'm not sure which side to go on. I need that juicy fps and not crazy crazy fps drops.

 

that 8 gb and 16gb is also makes me push towards amds side

 

I don't know which cpu to pair it with either

 

my budget is 600-699 for the gpu

 

for comp gaming and streaming (1080p 144hz, maybe 1440p in future)

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im pretty sure amd still has the same encoder as the rx 500 series, which in my opinion is a pretty solid encoder.
so if your planning to stream at 1080p60 then it will be more than enough. 

if your going to play games at 1080p and 1440p then go amd

if your going to play games at 1800p and 2160p then go nvidia

amd gets higher fps at lower resolutions while nvidia gets higher fps at higher resolutions, so as far as 1080p and 1440p go amd is what "I" think you should go with.


amd tends to have better 1% lows than nvidia

and the 6800 xt's overclocking ability is well.. you know.. https://www.3dmark.com/hall-of-fame-2/fire+strike+3dmark+score+performance+preset/version+1.1/1+gpu

 

 

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AMD's encoder is subpar compared to Nvidia's NVENC, but if you have a fast connection, upping the bitrate will not matter that much.

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6 hours ago, GoodEnough said:

im pretty sure amd still has the same encoder as the rx 500 series

That is incorrect. They massively updated it for the RX 5000 series, and a minor update to that for the RX 6000 series.

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5 hours ago, BTGbullseye said:

That is incorrect. They massively updated it for the RX 5000 series, and a minor update to that for the RX 6000 series.

hey, now i wont have to worry about recording a 10 second video and it being over 200mb lol

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5 hours ago, GoodEnough said:

hey, now i wont have to worry about recording a 10 second video and it being over 200mb lol

If you do it at a decent bitrate, not ungodly low bitrate, and with X265, it should be pretty comparable visually to Nvidia's hardware encoder if you're not doing still-frame comparisons.

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