Mobile View Boards Home Miscellaneous Boards Miscellaneous Can i record League of Legends with these specs ? I have a Sapphire HD 6770 and I run Battlefield 3 on Medium at least 45FPS. Rollback Post to Revision RollBack Intel Core i5 2500k @ 3.3Ghz CPU / MSI P67A-G43 B3 Motherboard / G.Skill Sniper 8Gb (2 x 4Gb) RAM / MSI Radeon HD 6850 Cyclone If you are recording them separately, then I recommend Xsplit for camera and OBS for game.
Just to be safe though, i'd say investing in another 8 GB of ram wouldn't be too bad. All rights reserved. You should be fine. If you try to record any data at the same time to a mechanical drive, it just doesn't work efficiently, if at all good.
nocapsneeded (EUNE) submitted in Miscellaneous So i decided to make some League videos, but i don't know if my specs can record it at 60fps, 1080p (or at least 720p). However recording, that's a whole different story. My upgrade from a 770 to a 970 was a great decision. :3If you are just recording your game and voice, I recommend OBS. TO NOTE: If you do record them separately then I RECOMMEND GETTING ANOTHER HARD DRIVE.
specs down below. (: solved Is this a good budget build for running games at medium/ high settings Will these Specs Be Able to handle fsx with medium or high settings It’s definitely possible. If you could open two instances of OBS then that would work great. If he would tell us his budget. >_> Rollback Post to Revision RollBack AMD Phenom II 965 @ 3.40GHz | 4GB 1600MHz | Antec 300 Mid-Tower Case | Sapphire Radeon HD
Thank you this helps alot Edit: Also what do you mean if im recording on the same drive i will lag if you can help me out that would be great Stick to the Rules, and make sure you vote for the content that you want to see more of. **Etiquette** Follow the Universal Rules and keep content focused on appropriate topics We just want to double-check. solved For 3D Modelling, Graphic design and gaming how do these specs seem?
Thank you for that long and thorough feedback. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2781559/record-games-medium-high-1600x900-specs.html Ask ! Also, @OP: What is your budget? solved Should my rig be able to record LoL at medium-high settings at 1080p/60fps???
Yes I am currently using OBS right now and it is an awesome recording software. One thing that I did personally and is why I recommend it like that, is because I used the integrated graphics processor to record the game (in Xsplit, OBS is still First Time Builder - How does this setup look for gaming? ($850 max) solved which is the better spec machine for max graphic games? If you are recording audio on top of that and want it separate, I believe there is a setting to record the file separately.Also if you are using anything to record
solved Nvidia Cards for 1600x900 60fps high settings gaming solved PC Specs for playing nex gen games at medium settings solved will this pc run games on high speed, medium graphics? It is very optimized and runs much better than any other video recorder I have tried. And record in Full HD in FRAPS @ 30FPS with no lag? Rollback Post to Revision RollBack My system: i5 2500K @ 4.5GHz @ 1.264V, 4GB g.Skill Ripjaws X @1600MHz 1.5V 9-9-9-24, ASRock P67 Pro3, Palit geforce GTX460 1GB 850/1750/2000, Corsair HX650, Noctua
However recording, that's a whole different story. PS: One of the best configuration which I ever seen!!! solved Will the i5-4670k be able to run a game (like bf4) and record gameplay (with shadowplay) and record sound at the same time?
Ask a new question Read More Recording Gaming Graphics Cards Video Games EVGA Related Resources solved Are these specs to run Counter Strike:GO(high) and GTA 5(medium) solved Will this built be It is not a bad card, it's just that if he wants to play games in the future he'd be better off getting something a little better. Well, anyway. How do i game and browse at the same time in a dual-monitor setup?
My upgrade from a 770 to a 970 was a great decision. :3If you are just recording your game and voice, I recommend OBS. solved Pre-built (hopefully), high-spec, low-to-medium price gaming computer? Even Battlefront 2015 (that is the heaviest game of 2015 with Fallout 4 and The Witcher 3) If u have any questions, please ask!!! Otherwise, OBS, not sure about Xsplit, does support Nvidia NVEC, which lets the GPU encode the video.
Last edited by strollingchimp: Jan 21, 2012 Rollback Post to Revision RollBack My system: i5 2500K @ 4.5GHz @ 1.264V, 4GB g.Skill Ripjaws X @1600MHz 1.5V 9-9-9-24, ASRock P67 Pro3, Palit This proves to work great with OBS, but then you need to record your game. Everyone has different results, though they may be very similar for most, everyone's experience is different.If I were to recommend anything, it would be to get a GTX 970 instead of Otherwise, OBS, not sure about Xsplit, does support Nvidia NVEC, which lets the GPU encode the video.
I agree. If you could open two instances of OBS then that would work great. ddr250 said: PS: One of the best configuration which I ever seen!!! It will try to move the write head to different places at the same time and what ends up occurring is: -Choppy Video-Laggy Video-Missing Data-Mis-timed video / audioLastly to note: For
If there’s already a board for it, don’t post it here. Get the answer Peanut FizzleAug 29, 2015, 11:05 PM Penanc3 said: Peanut Fizzle said: Procesor: Amd A10 6700 Apu 3.70 GhzRam: 864 bitAnd right now i have a Intergrated Amd Radeon of course u can Rollback Post to Revision RollBack #3 Jan 21, 2012 TheEpicc1 TheEpicc1 View User Profile View Posts Send Message Iron Miner Join Date: 6/2/2011 Posts: 260 Minecraft: TheEpicc1 A great all-around gaming card.
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Can't find your answer ? solved would this be okay for recording and gaming at the same time Is this computer build ok for gaming+recording/streaming at same time? I'll be awaiting your reply!(Note: I am not that much of a computer expert.