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capture cards: you'll never stream in 1080/60fps at least till x265 is standard because 1080/60fps requires 12,442kbps for hd quality. with x265 codec it would be 1/2 that. however we're no where near having that as our standard.
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Generally you want to stay away from external unless you've got no other option due to usb speed limitations and/or latency causing audio/video to be out of sync from your cam. it does however do 1080/60fps.
Things to consider, you do not need a standalone mic, unless the following is true.
1.) you dont want large headphones on your head and you prefer earbuds.
2.) you want to capture multiple voices from multiple people, sort of like podcasts or gaming with multiple people.
3.) you're doing creative and simply don't need to hear any game/audio.
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Not sure what cpu you have, but while streaming you really might want to look into liquid cooling. to get better video quality you pair the kbps you'll be doing with the correct resolution and fps. then you set your preset as slow as you can go to boost even more quality. generally the getter you make your stream look, the more cpu you'll use, thus more heat, more heat without proper cooling will throttle your cpu.
Dynamic frequency scaling (also known as CPU throttling) is a technique in computer architecture whereby the frequency of a microprocessor can be automatically adjusted "on the fly," either to conserve power or to reduce the amount of heat generated by the chip.
The more the CPU throttles, the less performance you get, the less performance the higher the cpu usage will be causing the computer to drop encoding. This results in sound working fine but the video stutters. sometimes you can have both stutter if the cpu is being saturated.
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larger is going to be better simply because your fans do not need to spin up as fast to cool the liquid, in addition you also can overclock the cpu to higher clocks to push even more quality or simply if you want more processing power.
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