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Gtx 1050ti,I5 7500 able to stream?

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You should be able to stream with that. I can stream 720p60 and record 1080p60 (20k bitrate for recording, 2500 for streaming) at the same time and never break 35% CPU usage in OBS (just recording & streaming at the same time). 6700k at stock settings, 1.188v

 

 

EDIT: Forgot to include that my CPU usage preset for streaming is on veryfast

Would an i5 7500 and a gtx 1050ti be able to stream overwatch at 720p60 if the settings i use ingame is 1080p at low graphics?I have a 30-40mbps upload speed and using x264 to encode because people told me it allows u to have stream alerts?

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You should be able to stream with that. I can stream 720p60 and record 1080p60 (20k bitrate for recording, 2500 for streaming) at the same time and never break 35% CPU usage in OBS (just recording & streaming at the same time). 6700k at stock settings, 1.188v

 

 

EDIT: Forgot to include that my CPU usage preset for streaming is on veryfast

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3 minutes ago, Se7en said:

You should be able to stream with that. I can stream 720p60 and record 1080p60 (20k bitrate for recording, 2500 for streaming) at the same time and never break 35% CPU usage in OBS (just recording & streaming at the same time). 6700k at stock settings, 1.188v

 

 

EDIT: Forgot to include that my CPU usage preset for streaming is on veryfast

thanks dude

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10 minutes ago, kk027 said:

II would probably go with the Ryzen 5 1600 for streaming.

yeap i will upgrade it on christmas im so hype :D

 

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1 minute ago, kk027 said:

You would need a new Motherboard for that. If you are going to do that, just get an i7 instead.

im actually selling all that parts to get a 1000 dollar ryzen 5 1600 and a 1060 build

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@kk027 If you mean the 8700k I fully agree, but if he's a heavy streamer/content creator/editor and he's doing these simultaneously I think the Ryzen platform is the way to go. Definitely would benefit from those extra cores and threads. I guess we'll know if OP decides to tell us that. If he's just gaming and streaming, by all means - 8700k.

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i have a friend who doesnt want his pc anymore and he has this pc for streaming,it has an i7 7700.If i was to take that i7 and use it with my 1050ti and save up for a 1070,would it be better?And if so,will i be able to run overwatch at low settings over 100fps?Thanks guys 

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Definitely. Depends on your resolution I guess. 1440p with a 1070 seems like an easy 100+ FPS probably on high settings even while streaming.

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On 10/31/2017 at 2:44 AM, kk027 said:

If they already got the parts, then it would be better to get the 8700K so they don't need a new Motherboard. If they didn't buy the parts yet, then it would be better to get the Ryzen 7 1700.

8700K not compatible with 200 and 100 series mobo

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