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  • - Hey, guys, this is Austin

  • and today we're building a streaming PC.

  • So we've done a lot of gaming PC builds over the years

  • but something you guys have always asked for

  • is a dedicated streaming box

  • and what we're going to be doing today

  • actually has three different criteria.

  • So first of all we need a computer

  • that can actually play games.

  • The idea here is that not only

  • do we wanna be able to stream from this,

  • but we also wanna be able to play the games on it

  • and stream all from a single PC.

  • The second criteria is, well,

  • it actually has to be good at streaming.

  • So my goal my goal is to be able

  • to play at 1080p 60 and to be able to stream

  • to places YouTube Gaming and Twitch at 1080p 60.

  • Thirdly, we actually need to be able

  • to stream from other consoles as well as record.

  • So a lot of times when we're doing videos,

  • especially when we're not even going to do livestreaming,

  • we need to get some gameplay from stuff

  • like a PS4 or even some older consoles

  • and right now we have to pull out another laptop,

  • a bunch of capture equipment, it's kind of a pain.

  • However, with this PC in addition to be able to stream,

  • we are also going to be able to capture gameplay.

  • So let's actually see what we've got for the system.

  • So these are the brand new

  • AMD second generation Ryzen processors.

  • Now AMD was awesome enough to actually

  • hook us up with this to be able to do a video on

  • but there's a actually a lot of reasons

  • why you might wanna pick up a Ryzen processor

  • for a build like this.

  • You guys will probably be familiar

  • with first generation Ryzen.

  • So this came out last year

  • and it really kind of changed the desktop PC scene.

  • However, with the second generation

  • AMD Ryzen seven desktop processors

  • it's going to be, well, just a little bit better.

  • To be honest, it's not gonna be a huge difference

  • but what we should expect is a little bit more performance

  • for about the same price,

  • so who's going to complain about that?

  • First of all we have Ryzen 5 2600X.

  • So this is going to be the six core 12 thread processor

  • or we can go all out with Ryzen 7, this is going to--

  • (clears throat)

  • This is going to be the eight core 16 thread part

  • which we are going to be using for this streaming build.

  • Now to go along with the Ryzen processors,

  • we also have this giant Velcro box?

  • (chuckles) I love that AMD goes

  • completely all out on their press kits.

  • We also get the Asus ROG Crosshair 7 Hero,

  • which is going to be another X470 motherboard

  • and judging by the heft, this is a (chuckles),

  • gonna be a big one and last but not least,

  • we have a kit of GSKILL SniperX,

  • which is going to be 16 gigs at DDR3400,

  • so something actually that is important to keep in mind

  • with Ryzen processors is that memory is important.

  • For the most part, most memory's going to be compatible

  • but faster memory is actually going to make

  • a fairly sizeable difference.

  • Whereas a lot of times on an Intel chip,

  • it's gonna be a small thing.

  • It's mostly like going from single to dual channel

  • but with Ryzen, this kind of fast stuff

  • actually does make a big difference.

  • So fast forward a bit and we have the completed build

  • ready to go and as you can see, there's a lot of RGB.

  • Now, to be totally honest with you,

  • I think once we actually get this

  • a little bit more dialed in,

  • I'm probably gonna get it a little bit less flashy

  • but it looks good on camera and that's the important part.

  • So this is the Corsair 570X case.

  • Now the main star of the show here

  • really is going to be the tempered glass.

  • So not only do we have a glass side panel

  • but the top, the rear, as well as the front

  • are all completely made out of

  • (knocking) tempered glass.

  • And I've gotta say, especially paired with all the RGB

  • and the thankfully pretty decent looking cable management,

  • thanks to the actual room in the case,

  • I think it looks pretty nice.

  • Take off the side panel and what you'll see

  • is that the case actually is not going to be

  • too busy inside, I mean, seriously,

  • with a build like this normally I would

  • want to go for something like an all-in-one loop

  • or even like just a bigger air cooler

  • but considering that this comes in the box,

  • I really have no complaints.

  • It's going to be more than enough for what we need.

  • So in addition to that Asus Crosshair motherboard

  • as well as the 16 gigs of G Skill memory

  • we also do have an EVGA GTX 1070.

  • Now because this is going to be

  • a streaming setup that is aimed at 1080p gaming

  • and I had a 1070 laying around

  • and didn't want to have to go buy a 1080 or something,

  • I think this should be more than good enough

  • and as you guys will see here in a little bit,

  • for gaming performance at 1080,

  • this has more than enough power.

  • For storage, we have a 500 gigabyte Samsung 960 Evo SSD.

  • Now as an entry drive,

  • it's going to give us plenty of performance

  • and 500 gigs should be enough for our games,

  • for Windows, programs, and that kind of stuff

  • with plenty of overhead but on top of that

  • because we are going to be doing

  • a lot of gameplay recordings with this guy,

  • we do also have in the back

  • a four terabyte WD Black hard drive.

  • Now, this is where all the recordings are going to live

  • at least until we actually need to go edit it

  • and then we're gonna use USB

  • to sort of dump it out to the editing PC.

  • As far as actual capture goes,

  • that should be pretty much all we need.

  • Now, down here the only thing that is not black,

  • and matte, and RGB, and cool

  • is our Blackmagic Intensity Pro 4K.

  • Now this is just simply an internal capture card.

  • So, around back we have a pair of HDMI ports

  • as well as we have a multitude of analog inputs

  • so if we do wanna hook up an older console,

  • we can record with this guy but the idea here

  • is that we actually have a single system

  • that is going to be able to not only capture gameplay

  • that we're actually playing on the system,

  • but we can capture from those external consoles,

  • PCs, pretty much whatever else we have.

  • This entire setup is being powered

  • by a 1000 watt Corsair RM1000.

  • Now 1000 watt power supply is wild overkill

  • for this system considering it's probably

  • gonna be pulling well less than 500 watts,

  • however, I had it lying around

  • and so it had the nice modular cables

  • and, you know, why not?

  • No, no, I have real reasons.

  • When we upgrade to another 1070

  • and overclock the Ryzen processor,

  • I'm never gonna do any of this.

  • It's gonna be totally fine stock

  • because I'm literally just needing to place of a 1080.

  • I just like the idea of making it

  • more RGBed and more ridiculous

  • when really I'm trying to be conservative

  • and build something that's reasonable.

  • So first up we have an easy one, Rocket League.

  • And, of course, here at 1080p on max settings

  • we're getting a solid 220 frames per second.

  • So, you know, it's gonna be playable

  • but importantly we also do have support for ShadowPlay.

  • So with a single keyboard command

  • we can get a nice, clean recording of the gameplay as well.

  • Of course, we can also stream it too

  • but plenty of performance for a game like this.

  • So while we wait for PUBG to update,

  • like it always need to do when I need to film a video,

  • this actually is a good time to talk a little bit about

  • why I'm using Ryzen 7 as opposed

  • to a lower end Ryzen or something like a Core i5 or i7

  • and that is entirely due to the fact

  • that we've got eight cores and 16 threads to work with.

  • Now, we can definitely get away with a lot less

  • if we were just doing gaming but the idea

  • that we're going to be streaming or recording on top of that

  • the extra head room does make a big difference.

  • As you can see we have, well,

  • it's just nice to look at lots of threads.

  • So, now that PUBG has been updated,

  • what we're getting here is, as you'd expect,

  • a pretty solid experience.

  • So, again, 1080p ultra settings.

  • Right now just running around this little prison yard,

  • we're getting a solid 100 frames per second

  • and this actually is a good time to mention

  • that I am playing on a higher refresh rate monitor.

  • Not that that really matters for streaming

  • but it actually does make it a little bit better

  • for, well, you know, playing the game.

  • This is the ultimate camouflage, being naked in the desert.

  • (laughing) They'll never see me coming.

  • Next up, we have Fortnite because what else

  • would we be playing in 2018?

  • So, I've got full epic settings at 1080p

  • and we're averaging around 100 frames per second.

  • What's different this time is that we are streaming

  • at the same time so this is the exact same feed

  • on YouTube Gaming and it's going

  • to be a full 1080p 60 frame.

  • You can see it's gonna be maybe a few seconds delayed

  • but it's actually a surprisingly clean looking signal.

  • We're really not going to be losing a lot of quality

  • while still getting a super playable game

  • and that's really the beauty of a system like this.

  • So if I was going to be a hardcore dedicated streamer,

  • I would have a separate PC to be able

  • to get the maximum performance out of the one

  • that I'm using to play the game

  • but the performance overhead really isn't bad

  • with a system like this.

  • We have plenty of cores,

  • we have a more than powerful enough GPU,

  • which means that I can easily play the game,

  • stream it all at once, and not really see

  • any kind of serious performance penalty.

  • So that is our brand new streaming PC.

  • As always, I'll have links to everything we used

  • in the description of this video.

  • You may want to make some changes,

  • like a different power supply,

  • considering that that's total overkill.

  • But for the most part I actually do think

  • this is going to be a pretty reasonable set up

  • and I'm excited to get some streaming going in the future.

  • Anyway, guys, thank you so much for watching

  • and I will catch you in the next one.

- Hey, guys, this is Austin

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