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ryzen 2700x or i5 8600k for 50$ less?

if you're going to be streaming, 2700x

 

on a side note, why is everyone streaming?

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Just now, Arika S said:

if you're going to be streaming, 2700x

 

on a side note, why is everyone streaming?

People wanna play video games for a living ??

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3 minutes ago, Arika S said:

 

 

on a side note, why is everyone streaming?

yeah i find it retarded also no offence as being a streamer is actually really hard if you want to succeed, its not as easy as everyone thinks.

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4 minutes ago, Arika S said:

if you're going to be streaming, 2700x

 

on a side note, why is everyone streaming?

Because they think its easy to do and easy money. They are in for a big suprise when they arent going to be successful as 99.6% of people on twitch and Youtube dont make it. They arent dedicated enough, make unique content, or just in general are watchable. You have to stream 10-15 hours A DAY, usually 5-7 days a week to even get somewhere, let alone get popular enough to make that time worth it. You will be working at least 50+ hours a week for free for the first 2 years at least

 

Get good at the games you want to stream first, then stream it. In general nobody wants to watch someone be bad at a game and not have a watchable personality.

 

 

6 minutes ago, Sashgnarg said:

Which one should i go for? I'm going to be streaming and gaming

Either way 2700x will last you longer then the 8600k could ever do. It will handle both fine

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3 minutes ago, Sashgnarg said:

People wanna play video games for a living ??

you have to be very very very very very very very lucky and put a lot of work into, do something unique that no one else does it if you want to be able to make enough money to live off it.

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1 minute ago, Shimejii said:

Because they think its easy to do and easy money. They are in for a big suprise when they arent going to be successful as 99.6% of people on twitch and Youtube dont make it. They arent dedicated enough, make unique content, or just in general are watchable.

 

Get good at the games you want to stream first, then stream it. In general nobody wants to watch someone be bad at a game and not have a watchable personality.

 

 

Either way 2700x will last you longer then the 8600k could ever do. It will handle both fine

Personally streaming isn't that complicated for me. I don't think im going to become some multimillionaire streamer, i literally just want to do it cuz I play games all the time so I might as well try my chances to make something of it  

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1 minute ago, Shimejii said:

Still not worth it, 8 cores 16 threads > 6 cores 6 threads.

alright, thanks for the answer

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4 minutes ago, Arika S said:

you have to be very very very very very very very lucky and put a lot of work into, do something unique that no one else does it if you want to be able to make enough money to live off it.

yea, I think my best chance of becoming successful would be making entertaining content on youtube. Ill stream aswell but I'm nowhere near good enough to be successful as a streamer. 

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3 minutes ago, Sashgnarg said:

I think my best chance of becoming successful would be making entertaining content on youtube

same thing. you have to be very lucky to make it on Youtube in any meaningful way especially give how saturated the "market" is. In fact i would say it's harder to be successful on youtube and it is to be a streamer

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20 minutes ago, Arika S said:

if you're going to be streaming, 2700x

 

on a side note, why is everyone streaming?

People usually say it but I doubt 75% of those people actually stream more then a week

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Just now, tp95112 said:

People usually say it but I doubt 75% of those people actually stream more then a week

Or it's "i'm going to be streaming" ie "i'm going to start streaming" and give up when they don't immediately have thousands of viewers like they thought would happen.

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Just now, Arika S said:

Or it's "i'm going to be streaming" ie "i'm going to start streaming" and give up when they don't immediately have thousands of viewers like they thought would happen.

That and also it's a big commitment plus whole lotta luck

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i've been talking to people non-stop since the pre-orders became available, basically it boils down to 3 choices.

 

Tight budget 2700x, use stock cooler, and if you stream at all, 2700x.

budget gaming only 9600k, max oc

no budget 9900k

 

gl on ur career

31 minutes ago, Sashgnarg said:

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8 hours ago, Sashgnarg said:

also im a dumbass, i meant 9600k

for whatever reasons, AMD handles two high load tasks better than Intel.

So the 2700x it is.

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