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So... I my dad is looking for a LAPTOP to stream on he is using wirecast to stream. He is also recording the stream. When he does in 1080p the CPU Usage shoots up so high I cant even. Hes using now a Lenovo Thinkpad with an i7 and 8gb of ram not sure what the graphics are...

 

Budget : 2,000USD

 

Has to be able to record and stream at the same time in 1080p

 

Storage : 1TB , maybe an SSD aswell

 

Graphics : No AMD please just NVDIA 

 

Ok thats all!

Look at the Asus,MSI, Gigabyte, Aorus top end gaming laptop and he should be good :)

Or he could just get a desktop that's way more powerful.

So... I my dad is looking for a LAPTOP to stream on he is using wirecast to stream. He is also recording the stream. When he does in 1080p the CPU Usage shoots up so high I cant even. Hes using now a Lenovo Thinkpad with an i7 and 8gb of ram not sure what the graphics are...

 

Budget : 2,000USD

 

Has to be able to record and stream at the same time in 1080p

 

Storage : 1TB , maybe an SSD aswell

 

Graphics : No AMD please just NVDIA 

 

Ok thats all!

 

 

                             Current PC Specs

                       GPU: 750ti CPU: AMD FX-6300 PSU: EVGA 500W Case: Corsair Carbide Series Windowed 100R Mobo: Gigabyte GA-970A-DS3P

 

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So... I my dad is looking for a LAPTOP to stream on he is using wirecast to stream. He is also recording the stream. When he does in 1080p the CPU Usage shoots up so high I cant even. Hes using now a Lenovo Thinkpad with an i7 and 8gb of ram not sure what the graphics are...

 

Budget : 2,000USD

 

Has to be able to record and stream at the same time in 1080p

 

Storage : 1TB , maybe an SSD aswell

 

Graphics : No AMD please just NVDIA 

 

Ok thats all!

Look at the Asus,MSI, Gigabyte, Aorus top end gaming laptop and he should be good :)

Or he could just get a desktop that's way more powerful.

Before you buy amp and dac.  My thoughts on the M50x  Ultimate Ears Reference monitor review I might have a thing for audio...

My main Headphones and IEMs:  K612 pro, HD 25 and Ultimate Ears Reference Monitor, HD 580 with HD 600 grills

DAC and AMP: RME ADI 2 DAC

Speakers: Genelec 8040, System Audio SA205

Receiver: Denon AVR-1612

Desktop: R7 1700, GTX 1080  RX 580 8GB and other stuff

Laptop: ThinkPad P50: i7 6820HQ, M2000M. ThinkPad T420s: i7 2640M, NVS 4200M

Feel free to pm me if you have a question for me or quote me. If you want to hear what I have to say about something just tag me.

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Look at the Asus,MSI, Gigabyte, Aorus top end gaming laptop and he should be good :)

Or he could just get a desktop that's way more powerful.

His setup has limited space as its in a Basketball court because well hes an SID (Sports Information Dierctor). But I will look around at those

                             Current PC Specs

                       GPU: 750ti CPU: AMD FX-6300 PSU: EVGA 500W Case: Corsair Carbide Series Windowed 100R Mobo: Gigabyte GA-970A-DS3P

 

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http://www.sagernotebook.com/Gaming-Notebook-NP8640-S.html

 

I don't know why they don't let you choose a HDD.

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