AdviceLooking for advice on my first streaming setup =)Posted:

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Hello all. I just put together a basic gaming setup so I can get back to my glory days of recording and streaming on YouTube without using a mac this time. I'd like to be able to record games like Overwatch, Fortnite, and the new Battlefield on good settings and 60 fps preferably at 1080p but I'll take 720p if it gets too much more expensive. My budget is pretty much anything that can fit those bare minimum requirements.

I'm pretty happy with what I have, but there's a lot of stuff about compatibility and parts limiting other parts that I don't understand, so I appreciate anyone more experienced who'd give it a look.

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Total: $1056.19
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I'm going to put my programs, the game I'm playing, and the OS on the SSD and record onto/keep everything (nothing of which I'll use during recordings) the HDD. I'm thinking of using shadowplay to record/stream.
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Mini IITX motherboard in an ATX case? Eh? That's just a waste of money and you're losing out on features for no reason.

I'm assuming you'll be overclocking?
What monitor(s) will you be using with this system?
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