Not A Dream Machine But A Stream Machine Build Guide

Source: The FPS Review Not A Dream Machine But A Stream Machine Build Guide

Twitching To Become A Popular Game Streamer?

The FPS Review have posted a different type of system build, one not aimed solely towards performance while gaming but instead focused on building a great game streaming machine.  If you enjoy Let’s Play type YouTube videos or enjoy Twitch’s live streamed games and want to produce your own, this will help get you started with a list of all the components you will need to produce high quality streams.

The goal is to build a system capable of 1440p at a solid 60FPS to provide a decent resolution and smooth experience for your viewers.  To that end they chose the Ryzen 7 3700X and the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti which will provide more than enough power to hit and maintain that target.  Since the point of this build is to be able to talk to viewers while playing there are some other very important peripherals to consider..

In this case they chose a Samson C03 XLR Condenser mic and the Focusrite Scarlett Solo 3rd Gen USB audio interface to give voice to their games.  You can see the full build process as well as some thoughts on how to make this build even better in their full review.

Want to be a YouTube Let’s Player? Want to record yourself playing games and upload videos to YouTube on a compact powerful gaming PC? Or do you just want a great overall gaming small gaming rig for the summer of 2020? Read on.

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