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I'd still prefer Fraps with a capable target storage drive (seq r/r speeds, SSD would be required for 1440p and above) + VirtualDub for editing and encoding, but Fraps died ages ago.

Anyways, the GFE auto installed an update and my binds won't work regardless of reboots, the game, or restarting the service, so I'm just going to uninstall this garbage.

FRAPS was good in it's day, but it does not even remotely compare to the performance of the video card solutions. It's too bad, I would still use it if they kept with the times and added the shader support or whatever it is to use the GPU.

Luckily you can still use OBS or something to get the low performance impact while recording without GFE bloat.
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FRAPS was good in it's day, but it does not even remotely compare to the performance of the video card solutions. It's too bad, I would still use it if they kept with the times and added the shader support or whatever it is to use the GPU.

Luckily you can still use OBS or something to get the low performance impact while recording without GFE bloat.

So I've spent the last 20 minutes messing around with this, being able to use the chip inside the GPU is nice, but I get nothing but black screens in OBS and the encoded video, google hasn't helped at all either. I'm sure it's not a codec issue as nothing is displayed in OBS while recording.

This still won't allow you to do what Fraps did, as in record in a raw format then open it up in VDub or w/e else you want (anything else was only needed if you were adding effects). That may be a moot point since 1440p 60fps would be far too much for any mechanical drive, the best you could get from an unraided mechanical was 130MB/S Seq R/R which worked great for 1080p 60fps.

Also, If I wanted to edit this that would be an extra transcode before uploading to Youtube.

Edit - I had to launch the 64bit version as admin, add a 'Game Capture', and set the GPU to 0 instead of 1.
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Question guys. When I record a game on my SSD via shadowplay to a new HDD I installed, the videos stutter every few seconds, however if I record to the old HDD I have (both HDDs are the same spec) there is no stuttering.

The latest HDD I installed does not have a Sata 3 cable. Could this be the issue?
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Question guys. When I record a game on my SSD via shadowplay to a new HDD I installed, the videos stutter every few seconds, however if I record to the old HDD I have (both HDDs are the same spec) there is no stuttering.

The latest HDD I installed does not have a Sata 3 cable. Could this be the issue?

I guess so, if that's the only real difference between the two drives. Would be worth trying a SATA 3 cable for sure.
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I guess so, if that's the only real difference between the two drives. Would be worth trying a SATA 3 cable for sure.

Yeah I better go grab one. I remember reading somewhere that all sata cables were the same so I just plugged the Sata 2 cable I had.
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Yeah I better go grab one. I remember reading somewhere that all sata cables were the same so I just plugged the Sata 2 cable I had.

There shouldn't be (any difference), but if it's the only difference between the two drives maybe something is wrong with the one it has.

You could try stealing the cable from your other drive and see what happens, as you know it works.
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So I am pretty sure it was Shadowplay that I disabled. I updated drivers a week ago, & a pop-up showed itself saying there is a problem with a new feature, & Windows 10. So I thought I was doing a good thing, by complying with the pop-up. I disabled it, like it suggested. Now I can't play CS: GO, or install WoW. I've only been able to play TF2. So I went into my startup, & it showed an error with Shadowplay. I looked up the dll in system32 on google. 1 suggestion said to just delete the startup. That did not work. So another suggestion was to reinstall drivers with custom installation with default settings. It did also say to uninstall sound drivers, but I am not too keen on doing that as well. Is that absolutely necessary, or is there another option?
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