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upgrading to stream cs:go

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#1 GoonieS4


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Posted 15 November 2015 - 03:20 PM

as the title says i'm looking to stream cs:go I hear from a lot of viewers streaming from a single pc you will always feel a sort of delay while playing. I'd like to avoid that I was wondering if there would be any advantage to paying for a build like this http://pcpartpicker.com/p/MMjwQ7 which is the 6core i7 and ddr4 setup or if very little to no difference stick with the i7 4790k quad core with my older ddr3 ram. I'm currently upgrading from and AMD build that I could slap an fx 8350 in and save alot of money but i'm not impressed with what i've seen. I looked at every single fx 8350 streams i could find on twitch.tv and every single person had less than 150-200fps solid while streaming and playing cs:go and i have a a 144hz monitor on top of the fact i want to play smoothly while i stream as i said and i don't see that possible on the fx 8350 :/ long winded i know but i'll appreciate any help i can get.

Edited by Chris Cosgrove, 15 November 2015 - 07:14 PM.
Moved from 'Internal hardware' to 'System building and upgrading'

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#2 Captain_Chicken


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Posted 22 November 2015 - 09:16 PM

Six cores is overkill for gaming. The 4790k should be plenty.

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