JustAnEngineer wrote:There are three issues: it's too slow, its latency is too high and it costs too much.
JustAnEngineer wrote:It's an inferior product by important quantifiable and objective performance-related measures and it costs more than the superior products that I linked.
How much more clear could this possibly be?
Bensam123 wrote:Interesting to know you're going with a capture PC too. Sounds good to me. Your opening post only lists one build though?
IngeniousMethod wrote:Finally worked out what I wanted for a streaming/capture build. Updated first post with what I've settled on except for a PSU and CPU heatsink. Need help finding proper options for those two areas, using the integrated graphics of the 4570 and I'm not overclocking so the PSU and heatsink don't need to be anything special. Just need to get the job done.
JustAnEngineer wrote:The BitFenix Prodigy mini-ITX case is larger on the outside than some micro-ATX cases.
IngeniousMethod wrote:This is separate from my main build which I've decided to put off for a while
DPete27 wrote:What does "a while" mean? A couple weeks? A couple months? Next year? Obviously using the 4570 to stream PS3/360 games is doing what it was meant for (game streaming). But the 4570 is an awful capable gaming CPU in its own right that I'd be tempted to stick a graphics card in it to enjoy while you save up/nail down the "main rig." You could then transfer the GPU into your main rig when that time comes. This all depends on your timeline of course, but if you're going to be buying the GPU anyway....
Ryu Connor wrote:Elgato Game Capture HD PlayStation 3/Xbox 360 Recorder for Mac and PC - $158.77
Don't mind this. More so a future note/reference for this topic if it comes up again.