Question Which streaming pair is better

May 25, 2019
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So I wanted to build a gaming/streaming pc and want to stream only pubg at 1080p60 and I have an confusion between i5 9400f + rtx 2060 or Ryzen 5 2600 + GTX 1660ti . I will be using the build for a couple of years and will play pubg only .so pls suggest me a better pair to play pubg at 1080p60 fps and stream at that as well..

I have a 1080p 60hz monitor .
 
For gaming/streaming on one machine, I'd take the 2600/1660ti combo. Both GPU's are close, and although the 2060 will push more FPS, the two are closely matched for streaming. In this case, for nice streams and playable FPS in game to drive the GPU, the 2600 is the much better option with 6 cores/12 threads. You won't have any dropped frames on the output. With the 9400 you will.

Ideally, having the 2600 with the 2060 will give you a few more FPS in games, and possibly some higher settings.
 
May 25, 2019
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For gaming/streaming on one machine, I'd take the 2600/1660ti combo. Both GPU's are close, and although the 2060 will push more FPS, the two are closely matched for streaming. In this case, for nice streams and playable FPS in game to drive the GPU, the 2600 is the much better option with 6 cores/12 threads. You won't have any dropped frames on the output. With the 9400 you will.

Ideally, having the 2600 with the 2060 will give you a few more FPS in games, and possibly some higher settings.
What encoder should I use in this case for 1080p60fps stream nvenc vs ×264
 

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