Originally Posted by BulletSponge
Also guys here are the steps on how to stream to Twitch in that article.
Download, install, and open GeForce Experience 1.8.1. If you have a previous version of GeForce Experience already installed, open GeForce Experience, click the “Preferences” tab, click “Updates” on the left of the screen, ensure “GeForce Experience” is checked in the “Updates” panel, and click “Check now” to begin an automatic download of 1.8.1.
Click the ShadowPlay button on the top right of the client to open the ShadowPlay control panel.
Activate ShadowPlay by clicking the large on-off switch.
Select “Twitch” in the Mode dropdown.
Click the “Log In” button and enter your Twitch credentials (create a Twitch account on the Twitch website if you do not already have one), before clicking “Log In” on the dedicated account screen.
Select the quality mode based on your internet upload speed. 3.5Mbps is required for High Quality, 2Mbps for medium, and 0.75Mbps for low.
Load a DirectX game running in Fullscreen screen mode, and press the defined shortcut (Alt + F8 by default) to activate broadcasting to Twitch. Press Alt+ F6 to activate your camera.
Press the defined shortcuts once more to end webcam output and broadcasting.
Following your broadcast, a recording of the stream will appear on your Twitch website profile and can be edited and saved for archiving, or embedding on websites. If you are using a new Twitch account, you will need to enable the "Automatically archive my broadcasts" option on your account page. This is particularly useful for creating clips of your best moments, and editing out the times where you were on a bio break.