Elgato – Game Capture HD60 S – Review and Test


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2 Responses

  1. CY Yoko says:

    I’m impressive about your writing ‘Two PC setup without a capture card’. And I have a question. But there is no reply box on the article. So I write my question on this.

    Is it possible to use Celeron CPU for PC1?
    I know that most of Skylake Celeron CPU supports Quicksync.
    I want PC1 generates 1080p 60fps at 30000kbps rtmp streams to PC2.
    I do not run high spec game or software on PC1. I just run a very light software for education on PC1.
    So very little cpu usage (10%) and no load on gpu.
    I am wondering…. Is Celeron good enough for my case?
    Or any better CPU (eg. i3? i5?)?

    • RobinJack0r says:

      In general quicksync will help you to stream with such a CPU, but I doubt you will be able to do 1080p60fps with it. It depends how much intel improved quicksync in the recent time. An i5 2500k can have problems doing quicksync at 1080p and 60fps in my experience. On an i3 laptop I only tested up to 720p as it was nearing its limit with that. On my i5 4770 I had only small problems doing the quality preset on 1080p60fps, but even there, it was nearing its limit it seemed.