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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-08-2019, 12:06 PM
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I was highly intrested to see 3000 series encoding performance but there not a ton of test yet.


Though at its current state NVENC is almost as good as x264 medium so encoding via the cpu is starting to get semi pointless, at least as far as single streaming pc are concerned. Pascal and turning after the big update to OBS increased the quality of streaming leaps and bounds.
The OBS update + NVENC has kept me from rushing out to upgrade for streaming/recording.

However, even a small improvement to quality vs. bitrate could be a deciding factor in some titles on some connections.

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RX 5700XT is faster than 2080 tI when multiple HEVC streams are made

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RX 5700XT is faster than 2080 tI when multiple HEVC streams are made
Linus recent video showed the 5700xt to be far worse then NVENC and even worse the x264 very fast. They didn't go into too much depth over it though.
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Linus recent video showed the 5700xt to be far worse then NVENC and even worse the x264 very fast. They didn't go into too much depth over it though.
Wasn't Linus's card a dud though?

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I don't really have a lot of faith in that group of people getting the technicalities right. They seem like more of a news/entertainment type of outlet.

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