Question how good is my setup for gaming and streaming?

Autocon487

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CPU: Ryzen 5 2600
CPU Cooler: Cryorig h7 quad lumi
GPU: Gigabyte geforce gtx 1060 g1 6gb
mobo: AX-370GAMING-K5
RAM: TridentZ DDR4 3000mhz 2x8gb
PSU: Corsair RM750x

if any other specs needed to be specified let me know

Also what are the best settings for me to use when streaming? Im using streamlabs obs
 

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I have a Ryzen 5 2600 OC'd to 2.95 GHZ with a GTX 1660 Ti and I have no isses with streaming while I game.
I have even had 2 different TV's streaming from my PC (using PLEX) while I was gaming and even that was not an issue.
As long as your CPU isn't getting Maxed out while gaming you should be fine.
Streaming really doesn't use much of the CPU unless it is transcoding.
I'd suggest that you optimize whatever you are streaming before you start gaming if you can or set the transcoder to a lower priority.
 

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I have a Ryzen 5 2600 OC'd to 2.95 GHZ with a GTX 1660 Ti and I have no isses with streaming while I game.
I have even had 2 different TV's streaming from my PC (using PLEX) while I was gaming and even that was not an issue.
As long as your CPU isn't getting Maxed out while gaming you should be fine.
Streaming really doesn't use much of the CPU unless it is transcoding.
I'd suggest that you optimize whatever you are streaming before you start gaming if you can or set the transcoder to a lower priority.
I just streamed before but for some reason Im getting notifications of my stream lagging out even though my load up speed is good an all for streaming
 

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That sounds like a network/wifi problem.
My wifi is capable of 150 mbps which is obviously massive overkill for streaming.
I have seen it use 3 to 5 MBps when streaming 1080p movies to 2 TV's at once.
I'd check the quality of your connection and also check for interference.
 
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That sounds like a network/wifi problem.
My wifi is capable of 150 mps which is obviously massive overkill for streaming.
I have seen it use 3 to 5 MBps when streaming 1080p movies to 2 TV's at once.
I'd check the quality of your connection and also check for interference.
I just checked my settings again and went to advance the network. I just place it to the ethernet i was connected to and now its working
 
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