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Ok so. Should I go with a prebuilt computer or one that i build myself? And like could you tell me what the best ones are if im supposed to build it myself
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Coming from a streamer, you are needing to be more worried about internet bandwidth (Up and down) if you are wanting to stream to 3 different sites at once. as well as Computer Specs I agree you will need AT LEAST a 3930k and 2-3 680's/7970's and probably 16GB of ram, because I am pretty sure you will need 3 stream program clients open (Never tried it so I'm not sure)
 
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If that is what you want, then I would recommend this:
CPU: 3930K
Mobo: Either an Asus Rampage IV Extreme or an Asrock X79 Extreme11.
RAM: Probably some Corsair Dominators.
HDD: a Samsung 840 Pro 128 or 256, then a 1 or 2tb drive for storage.
GPU: Either a MSI GTX 680 Lightning (or three) or if you want to venture into the world of overclocking, an Asus 7970 DCUII TOP (or three).
PSU: a good Corsair or similar 900-1000w.
EDIT: will cost around 2000ish i assume.

I nominate this suggestion. Get the 3 680 Lightnings, see if you know someone who can help you put it together.
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I nominate this suggestion. Get the 3 680 Lightnings, see if you know someone who can help you put it together.

Hey dude. Like, I got this from somewhere "Don't get a 3930K for gaming.....but it might be useful if the video editing software you use benefits from more than 4 cores/8 threads. I know that the 3770K running with quick-sync supporting the IGP screams in video encoding, if that is what you mean by video editing. "

Is it true that the 3770K is actually better or is this guy off base?
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Hey dude. Like, I got this from somewhere "Don't get a 3930K for gaming.....but it might be useful if the video editing software you use benefits from more than 4 cores/8 threads. I know that the 3770K running with quick-sync supporting the IGP screams in video encoding, if that is what you mean by video editing. "
Is it true that the 3770K is actually better or is this guy off base?

You will hardly benefit in gaming, but what you're asking for requires crossfire/sli and z77 boards are not as good as x79 boards for doing so. You might be able just do with a 3820 but you need a x79 board, which does not support the 3770k. I would still get the 3930k over the 3820 if you're going to stream to three sites.
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